World War Z
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.
Dropping $125 million on a zombie film may seem like a risky business proposition - especially when horror films rarely cross over the $100 million mark. But Paramount seems determined to load its adaptation of Max Brooks' World War Z with so much talent that people will be afraid to miss it. Read on to find out the latest to join the battle.
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.
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.
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.
Around a week ago a document began floating around believed to have come from Paramount (which is yet to be confirmed) that offers a couple of quick updates regarding the status of two of the studio's projects, World War Z and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.
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.
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.