World War Z to Transpire in 2013

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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.

Paramount has moved World War Z from December 21st of this year to June 21, 2013.

The novel is set 10 years after a global zombie epidemic and is an oral history told from many perspectives around the world. Brad Pitt is playing a U.N. worker gathering stories of the great zombie war, and his Plan B shingle is producing. Mireille Enos (“Big Love”, “The Killing”) will play his wife, a mother of two girls, and Anthony Mackie co-stars.

Look for the Marc Forster-directed adaptation of the Max Brooks zombie infestation novel World War Z in theatres on June 21, 2013.

World War Z to Transpire in 2013

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  • Terminal

    I’m keeping an open mind about this movie. I think it could turn in to a great film. I hope so.

  • theGoldenSimatar

    This is one release shuffle I do support; not only Hobbit comes out the week before but also there’s also five other films coming out the same day AND another three a few days later on Christmas.

    Though it has Brad Pitt and is based on a bestseller, methinks it’d get crushed or at best it wouldn’t do as well as it could when there’s more of a balanced competition. While there’s generally a lot of films that come out during Christmas; I think this is the highest number I’ve seen in a while…so a few of them won’t do as well just because of volume.

    Plus, The Hobbit is the week before…’nuf said.

    • Gus Bjork

      I agree. What comes to my mind as well is The Mist coming out Thanksgiving weekend and what a terrible mistake that was. There’s probably exceptions but the Christmas holiday season just isn’t very kind to horror movies. I’m thinking they must have confidence in it by releasing it the summer also.