Two more banners in the series of zombie apocalypse one-sheets have arrived via Paramount, and we have the new ones for you right here along with the older ones in the set. Also, as a bonus we also have a gameplay video on tap for the new World War Z: The Video Game mobile app.
The zombie chaos is getting set to begin, and to usher it in properly, we have a new clip from World War Z on tap for you to chew on. Let's hope this one rises above expectations and ends up being damned tasty!
Worldwide destruction is the order of the day when it comes to the following series of banners for the upcoming World War Z, and these we like. Very much so! Chaos, flames, and zombies? You had us at hello.
Of all the one-sheets we've seen in promotion of World War Z, this is easily the worst of the bunch as it proves even the best of ideas can be trampled into the ground by an overzealous designer and his Photoshop suite.
Ever since we heard that remixed version of "Shrinking Universe" in the trailer for 28 Weeks Later years ago, we knew that if anyone could possibly give a dramatic score to the zombie apocalypse, it would be MUSE. If you agree, then you MUST read on!
World War Z has begun screening across the United States, and given all the negative buzz surrounding the movie's trials and tribulations, you may find yourself pretty damned surprised at the reactions Hollywood, fans, and critics are having!
As we told you exactly a week ago, Roth Films teamed up with Jane Startz Productions to acquire film rights to Soman Chainani's fantasy novel The School for Good and Evil, and now they have a studio involved.
Today Paramount released the final one-sheet for Wolrd War Z, and rather than start from scratch, they've adopted the international poster and changed it a bit for us gringos. Can't blame 'em. It's a damned fine piece of art.
The news that eBook pioneer Stephen King is opting out of releasing his upcoming Joyland in eBook form, instead throwing his support behind brick-and-mortar booksellers, is surprising. A change of heart from the man who stood onstage with Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to introduce the Kindle 2?
Three more TV spots for World War Z have risen from the grave to quickly climb atop the rest of the stuff we've seen from the flick thus far, and who knows how high this mountain of the living dead will grow!
Just when you think you know it all, a new TV spot for World War Z shows up to remind us that anarchy and chaos are always waiting right around the corner. Zombies being involved is just a bonus!
Things just have a way of happening, man. You meet someone. You kill them. You bury them in your yard. Sometimes no good can come from engaging in human contact. That's why we try to never leave the Dread Central offices.
With Tom Holland's adaptation of Stephen King's The Ten O'Clock People currently making the sales rounds at Cannes, word has come that Chris Evans (Captain America, Snowpiercer) is in talks to replace Justin Long, who had to drop out due to a scheduling conflict.
It's been exactly a year since we last had an update on Jim Mickle's (Stake Land, We Are What We Are) adaptation of the Joe R. Lansdale novel Cold in July, but with Cannes in full swing, news has come that filming is set to begin in late July with an early 2014 delivery.
Cannes isn't the only place news is happening this weekend. Big things are going on at the Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters as a massive casting update has arrived that just about doubles its total enrollment thus far! Read on for the details.