Ruben Fleischer Offers Quick Zombieland 2 3D Update

Now that we’ve heard from the writers of Zombieland, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, a couple of times, it’s good to hear from the man at the helm regarding the upcoming 3D sequel.

In an interview with Icon vs Icon director Ruben Fleischer offered the following update for flesh-hungry fans:

We have been talking to the studio, and we pitched them some ideas that they seemed to really like. We are definitely doing the film in 3D. Sony has their own 3D division now, and we are going to go get a little tour of that on Tuesday (3/2/2010). I know that the cast are all excited to be a part of the sequel, so it should be a great, fun movie to make! The script is about to be written, and hopefully we will shoot it sometime towards the end of the year or early next year.

Nifty! Look for more soon!

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  • lindaotwel

    Arrgghh… I can’t watch 3D, I get kinda sick whenever I watch something in 3D and I love Zombieland… I guess I will have to wait it comes out in DVD *Frown*


  • Mr.Hateful

    The walking dead is one of the best writen comics out there. I picked up the first issue in Pa back in 03 and was hooked from the get go. In the 68? issues I’ve read I’ve come to find that there are more times I’m shocked when someone doesn’t die then when they do. Kickman is a butcher to his own creations, I mean that in the nicest way possible.


  • Emy

    At the risk of sounding “not cool”…

    Kirkman? Does Kirkman has a first name so that I may look him/her up?

    since UC says that Kirkman is ruthless, color me interested.

    • Terminal

      Emy, the name is Robert Kirkman and he’s the mind behind one of the greatest comics of all time “The Walking Dead.”

  • Terminal

    You know what will make this sequel fun? If one of the cast actually dies. Because, as many have stated before, it was obvious from the beginning that no one here in the movie was in any actual risk of dying, so that detracted from the fun. That’s why, though I’m not a fan of him, Joss Whedon is good about storytelling, because he’s not afraid to kill off beloved characters. That’s also why Romero and Kirkman are so goddamn great because they’re never afraid to kill off core characters in their stories.

    • Uncle Creepy

      Dude … Kirkman is RUTHLESS! Holy shit!

      • Terminal

        Creepy, I don’t want to spoil anything for people who haven’t read TWD, but the things he’s done to some of my favorite characters have pissed me off at times. I’m not kidding. He’s a madman. He gets everyone emotionally involved with these characters and then just pulls the carpet out from under us. Insanity.

        • The Woman In Black

          I never start reading an issue without a box of Kleenex — a BIG box — at hand. I’ve had my heart broken by Kirkman more than any other author I can think of … which is why I love him soooooo much! Although if I ever met him in person, I just might have to slap him around a bit … and thank him profusely of course at the same time.

          • Terminal

            Same here, WIB. I’m a big fan of Andrea. How she went from a blustering teenager to a hardcore survivalist was an incredible bit of character progression.

    • Floydian Trip

      Wash dying was fucking bullshit!

      • Terminal

        Dude at least post a spoiler warning. And if you mean “bullshit” as in very heartbreaking and shocking, then yes it was bullshit.

        • Floydian Trip

          If there are people that haven’t seen Serenity by now then fuck ’em. They probably don’t plan on it. It was shocking and heartbreaking but totally and completely stupid because another movie or revival of the show is impossible now.

          • Terminal

            It’s never been possible. Serenity was a farewell to the series. The end. Show over. Bye bye.

            Great attitude by the way. Very edgy and cool.

          • Floydian Trip

            Oh please. Serenity came out 5 years ago. I hate having to worry about spoilers on something that came out yesterday. If you’re gonna discuss a movie spoilers are a given are they not? I’m not talking about reviews here but on a message board surely. If I don’t wanna know anything about a movie I’m strong enough to resist the urge to go into a thread until I’ve seen it.

          • Terminal

            Sigh, whatever you say.

    • Rorschach

      Please….let it be one of the girls. They SOOO had it coming to them in the last one.