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.
Three more names have joined onto the latest film documenting both the tragedy and the mystery surrounding the newly freed West Memphis Three, Devil's Knot, and we have the skinny on all of them. Read on for the latest!
More possible casting news is coming in for the latest film documenting both the tragedy and the mystery surrounding the newly freed West Memphis Three, Devil's Knot, and we've got the latest on who may be headed into the woods.
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.
More casting news has come in for the latest film documenting both the tragedy and the mystery surrounding the newly freed West Memphis Three, Devil's Knot, and we've got the skinny for you hot, fresh, and on tap!
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.
There's not a lot of horror included in this year's Golden Globe Awards nominees, but what is there should make genre fans happy, even if TV shows like "The Walking Dead", "True Blood", and "Dexter" have been overlooked for some new blood.
While they're still looking for a couple of warm bodies to fill out the cast of Paramount Pictures' adaptation of the Max Brooks best-seller World War Z, there's no shortage of the cold ones looking to put the bite on.
Wow, the dead aren't even at a full tilt rampage yet, and already bodies are dropping for director Marc Forster's take on Max Brooks' novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War. Two previously announced casting choices have bailed without even seeing combat. Read on for details.
And the news week finally winds down with some possible casting news for director Marc Forster's take on Max Brooks' novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War. So who may be next for active duty?
In what can only be seen as good news for those of us who are anticipating director Marc Forster's take on Max Brooks' novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, three foreign locations are being prepped for production with an eye towards a June, 2011 start date.
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.