Remember in True Romance when Brad Pitt played a carefree stoner? Well, apparently not much has changed as the actor has shrugged off all the bad stuff being reported about World War Z in recent news stories. Read on for the details.
Of all the troublesome things we've heard about the shoot of World War Z, this is by far the most loony, and we're talking about a production that had its weapons seized by the government! Read on for the latest.
A couple of weeks ago we told you about Drew Goddard stepping in to help with the ending of Paramount's much troubled adaptation of World War Z. Now Collider has caught up with the man himself, who brought with him some clarity to the situation.
What a mess. At this point, nothing is surprising when it comes to news surrounding Paramount Pictures flop-in-the-making World War Z. And what's the latest? That producer and star Brad Pitt is not on speaking terms with oft-maligned director Marc Forster. Color us stunned!
There are many heroes in the universe of World War Z. However, none of them will prove to be more valuable than the guy who can step in and save this troubled production. Enter The Cabin in the Wood's Drew Goddard.
The road to get the big screen adaptation of the Max Brooks novel World War Z into theatres has been as bumpy as we have ever seen. Prop seizures. Reshoots. Rewrites. You name it, this production has suffered through it. Insiders close to the flick have already started dishing dirt.
Man, World War Z is having one hell of a time making it to the big screen. Everything you can imagine happening to hamper production has, from the recently announced seven weeks of reshoots to the film's firearms being seized by the government. Now another writer is batting clean up.
After hearing in March that the release date for World War Z was being moved from December of this year to June 21, 2013, we wondered if maybe things weren't going so well for the film, and now we have our answer: Star Brad Pitt has joined some of his fellow actors in Budapest for seven weeks of additional shooting.
Looks like the dead will not start waging war until 2013 (that is if the Mayans don't get us first this December). Time to adjust them calendars, kids. Get your pencils ready.
And the World War Z hype wheel keeps right on spinning. This time co-star Mireille Enos ("The Killing", "Big Love"), who plays the wife of Brad Pitt's character in the upcoming adaptation, sat down with E! Online and dropped some pretty interesting remarks about the film and the possibility of it being a trilogy.
Bringing World War Z to the big screen has been a story unto itself. Everything from budget concerns to actual S.W.A.T. teams seizing firearms has haunted the production thus far, but it's still plugging away and may be doing so for two additional films. Read on for the details.
Does the word "oops" actually cut it here? Sometimes news stories come our way that just leave us shaking our collective heads. This is one of those times. Read on for the following sliver of extreme stupidity.
And the cast of the big screen adaptation of the Max Brooks novel World War Z continues to grow! Who's next in line for active duty? Read on for all of the gory details.
Fans of Max Brook's bestselling novel World War Z have more than their fair share of worries when it comes to adapting the book to the big screen. Can director Marc Forster quell at least some of them? Read on!
When it comes to zombies infesting Glasgow, Scotland for the upcoming adaptation of World War Z, lots of locals were on hand with cameras, and one such person has caught some pretty chaotic footage! Dig it!