In this new clip from World War Z, Brad Pitt is called to duty. Can he do it?
World War Z
I don't recall if Max Brooks' World War Z was a smash hit when it hit bookstore shelves in the fall of 2006, but it's safe to say that it has quickly become one of the most beloved tomes in all of zombie fandom.
There’s certainly a lot of hype—and whispered production woes—surrounding Paramount’s upcoming film adaptation of Max Brooks’ book World War Z. Of course, with that hyped movie comes the obligatory tie-in game…except there may be some genuine hope for this film tie-in.
I’ve got a confession to make. I actually haven’t read Max Brook’s novel of ‘World War Z’ just yet. I have however enjoyed immensely his previous book, the comical ‘The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From The Living Dead'
Brad Pitt’s hair flying, people screaming … Pittsburgh. Yep, it looks like the zombie apocalypse is here.
Even though the super bowl isn't until later this weekend, Paramount Pictures wasted no time in getting their 30 second TV spot for their epic summer blockbuster 'World War Z' on-line a few days early!
The folks at Blurppy.com weren’t so thrilled with the first World War Z poster art, so they asked artists Tracie Ching, Midnight Marauder, Marko Manev, Chris Garofalo, Marie Bergeron, Adam Rabalais, David Moscati and Matt Ferguson to come up with their own takes on the film.
It's been a long, hard-fought battle, but World War Z is almost here. Brad Pitt stars in what will be the most mainstream zombie film ever.
Check out Brad Pitt running for his life in this first look at the long-time-coming 'World War Z.'