Getting an adaptation of Max Brooks' milestone living dead tale World War Z to the big screen has proven trickier than expected. Still, things seem to finally be cookin', and some possible new casting news has surfaced!
He's survived the war in The Hurt Locker and will be battling vampires in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Doesn't it makes sense that star Anthony Mackie join the fight against the flesh-hungry living dead? Yeah, we think so too.
The name Mireille Enos may not jump out at you; however, if you were a fan of HBO's "Big Love" or are enjoying the stellar AMC series "The Killing", we can assure you that you're more than familiar with this soon to be killing zombies beauty.
It's amazing how quickly things can turn around when they look their most bleak. It doesn't happen very much, but man, when it does? You just can't help but smile from ear-to-ear.
Some of the recent news around the big screen adaptation of the Max Brooks novel World War Z has been fairly grim ... to say the least. But it seems that last week's news about the project's financial jeopardy might have been a bit too pessimistic.
It may not be as well known as San Diego Comic-Con, its Southern California counterpart, but the San Francisco WonderCon is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year as one of the country's best comics and popular arts events. On the fence about attending? Here's a rundown of what genre fans can look forward to at the show.
World War Z Adaptation in Trouble? PG-13 Rating Assured? Someone Take Us Down With a Head Shot Please!
In this latest sliver of news guaranteed to make your head hurt, it seems as if the big screen adaptation of the Max Brooks novel World War Z could be in financial jeopardy. That and talk of a PG-13 rating have surfaced. Read on. Sigh.
Probably the biggest horror story of the week has just been broken on Day One of the San Diego Comic-Con! That's right, kids! You read that headline correctly!
It's been a long road for the big screen adaptation of the best selling Max Brooks novel World War Z, but finally there's a little bit of movement to speak of. Not much, mind you, but at least we know that the ball is still rolling.
October 6th sees the release of a new tome of zombie Armageddon from Max Brooks, Master of the Undead. One hundred forty-four pages await you from Three Rivers Press, the same folks that brought us The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z, so we are virtually guaranteed another instant classic.
Quantum of Solace director Marc Forster has been attached for quite a while now, but another day at Comic-Con brings another cadre of announcements - including mention that Paramount Pictures is currently in the market for a new director to get behind the oft-delayed zombie flick.
Like many others, we have been wondering just what the hell has been going on with the big screen adaptation of Max Brook's stellar novel World War Z (review here). Finally there's some news to sink our teeth into!
If you're anything like me, and my condolences if you are, then you are eagerly anticipating the film adaptation of Max Brook's zombie novel World War Z. Recently there's been little news regarding it, but finally some has begun to trickle out.
Anyone who’s read Max Brooks’ World War Z should know the significance of the Battle of Yonkers. It’s a turning point in the story of man's war against the zombies and one sequence that will make or break the upcoming film when all is said and done.
The hope, screenwriter J. Michael Straczynski told MTV’s Movies Blog, is to start production on World War Z by the first of the year. That’s a pretty quick turnaround since he’s still polishing the script based on director Marc Forster’s notes.