Are sexy zombies the new sexy vampires? Summit Entertainment certainly hopes so; their undead teen comedy Warm Bodies comes out next February. Check out the trailer — this one looks like it’ll be much more like Zombieland than Twilight.
A first look at World War Z, the most expensive zombie project in Hollywood history — starring Brad Pitt as a man searching for the origin of the plague that’s turning humanity into a rapacious army of rasping death. The road to Z hasn’t been easy — here’s a rundown of the movie’s bumpy production.
My man Ben Trivett is doing a Kickstarter to fund his zombie fashion photography project, My Undead. Either take my word that this guy is the best of the best and you’d be doing him a huge solid — and helping support what’s going to be a blast of a project — or check out his site for professional proof. Reblogs, tweets, donations, etc. will be much appreciated.
Huzzah! Now I’m off to rub zombie guts all over myself and stumble through Atlanta…
From the NY Times Artsbeat write up…
The second episode of “The Walking Dead” was watched by more than 4.7 million people.
Season 2 of “The Walking Dead” will be 13 episodes long, AMC said, though no dates were given for the start of its production or its premiere. (Given that the show is produced in and around Atlanta, we’ll assume AMC will do all it can to avoid filming in the hot, sweltering, zombie-makeup-melting summer.)