Hola, we have the Spanish and English version of the one-sheet teaser for Rec 4 – the final film of the Spanish zombie series.
Zombieland TV spin poster plays on the film's iconic imagery, but it hints the series just won't match up to the horror-comedy classic.
After an underwhelming series of trailers, World War Z's marketing finally pulls out something impressive with these new teaser posters.
The marketing for World War Z feels surprisingly gun-shy, consistently side-stepping the central premise of the movie at every turn, never once using the word "zombie" and never offering a real look at a zombie. Instead we get scenes of crowds of people (incredibly rubbery looking people, thanks bad/unfinished fx) running like an avalanche of pasty flesh.
The latest trailer continues this trend, downplaying the undead/infected and playing it up as a globe-trotting thriller.
In Hollywood, you just can't keep a terrible idea down. This stubborn determination to ruin Western culture explains the unkillable movie adaptation for Seth Grahame-Smith‘s Pride & Prejudice & Zombies.
Based on Isaac Marion‘s novel of the same name, Warm Bodies follows an interesting story and takes a unique approach to the genre as it is told from the perspective of a zombie. We’ve seen zombies die in every way possible over the years, with directors mixing the genre with gore, violence, comedy, and sometimes even a little bit of fun, but this time around it’s time to actually care about them.
Good news for fans of the film, the rumoured TV spin-off of 2009's zom-com feature Zombieland has been picked up for development by Amazon.com.
Ruben Fleischer's directorial debut, Zombieland, was a surprise hit on release back in 2009 with talks of a sequel following soon after. Although it looks unlikely the story will continue in a film, it appears that a television version could be on its way.
The first trailer has finally hit for World War Z and you can view it below.
In not-too-shocking news the trouble-strewn adaptation of Max Brooks' undead chronicle World War Z continues to prove problematic. The film is currently in limbo awaiting months of (still to be scheduled) re-shoots and the unattractive task of re-writing the later scenes has been passed to Lost writer Andrew Goddard.