Two of the four leads for Amazon Studios' "Zombieland" TV series have been accounted for. That's right, kids; read on for the first details on your new Columbus and Little Rock. Hopefully these new players will be smart enough not to power up an amusement park. So dumb.
More details are coming in for the Amazon Studios original series presentation of "Zombieland." Read on for the full scoop regarding just who may or may not be bringing the rule-breaking zombie carnage to the small screen.
People sometimes have a habit of dragging their feet in the horror genre, but every now and again things start happening and projects end up gaining lots and lots of steam. Case in point: the recently talked about "Zombieland" TV series.
So yeah, the theatrical sequel to Zombieland is deader than a recently double-tapped floater adrift in the Atlantic, but the long (and we're talking long) talked about television series is still twitching. Read on for the latest.
The last time director Ruben Fleischer spoke about Zombieland 2, he said that though everyone wants to do it, the project was seeming less and less like a reality. If you think that sounded grim, wait till you see his new comments.
The supermarket is one of the centers of the community. It's a place where neighbors go to buy their groceries while catching up with each other. They exchange stories, laughs and gossip in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. That's a nice picture, but unfortunately it's not always the case in reality.
For those of you who don't know or remember, the original concept for the hit flick Zombieland was that of it being a TV show. The powers-that-be decided, however, that a zombie-themed TV series just wouldn't work. Who would watch something like that, right? In any event, the show idea was scrapped for a feature film. Now that the sequel to the feature film is pretty much scrapped, the TV show idea is once again exhibiting signs of life. Amazing how things come full circle, isn't it?
Well, kids. It had a good run. A short one but still good. It's sounding as if Zombieland 2 is becoming less and less of a reality. Last week star Jesse Eisenberg was pretty down on the flick happening, and now director Ruben Fleischer has chimed in. Read on.
We, like many, have been wondering just what the hell is up with the status of Zombieland 2. Things have been eerily quiet, and usually that doesn't bode well. Star Jesse Eisenberg feels the same way.
It's been a while since the prospect of a Zombieland 2 (in 3D no less) has been discussed around these parts, and if Woody Harrelson has his way, it might just stay that way.
Arguably the best part of Ruben Fleischer's Zombieland was Bill Murray's epic cameo. With a 3D sequel on the way there's little doubt that the makers of the flick would like to top their previous work so they're out shopping for a new mega-star to make an appearance.
While making the rounds to promote David Fincher's Facebook flick, The Social Network, actor Jesse Eisenberg talked briefly about the oft touted Zombieland sequel.
While working on his next film, 30 Minutes or Less, director Reuben Fleischer recently dropped a couple of hints as to what to expect from the sequel to his hit flick Zombieland, which will be filming in 3D. Curious? We know you are! In an interview with MTV Fleischer said:
The nominees for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards have been announced, and shock of the century! The Twilight Saga: New Moon did not garner the most nominations. That honor went to The Hangover, but New Moon does boast a respectable five nominations. In addition, MTV has created a new category that should appeal to horror fans: Best Scared-as-Shit Performance.
Well, this is refreshing. A young actress who actually claims to want to appear in horror movies. Abigail Breslin, welcome to the family!