While zombies may still be the hot monster these days, we haven’t heard much about zombie paranoia lately. In fact, we at TGD are amazed at how much people believe these guys are real.
Despite the deadly word of mouth from all corners, World War Z has pretty much come out on top. It did well in theaters, and it’s also cleaning up on DVD, BluRay and streaming. There’s still serious consideration over a sequel, but there’s one major player involved in World War Z that won’t be coming back.
It’s funny that World War Z was coming right on the heels of Star Trek Into Darkness this summer, because they’re also neck and neck in home entertainment. Last week Trek was #1, and now the zombies have climbed to the top of the heap.
Many predicted that World War Z would suffer the same fate as After Earth and The Lone Ranger. In other words, everyone was convinced it would wind up a complete box office disaster. While World War Z wasn’t a hit on the level of say, Iron Man 3, and it could still take time before it earns a profit, it dodged a bullet and actually did fairly well all things considered.
Along with the Lone Ranger, no movie had worse buzz than World War Z, and the press had a field day with reports of the third act having to be redone from scratch, budget over-runs reaching the moon, and reported fighting between Brad Pitt and director Marc Foster.
Lately Hollywood seems to be fund of 3D printing. After the replica of the Aston Martin in the latest James Bond movie and the recent 3D scanning work in World War Z, the french communication agency MNSTR partnered with Sculpteo to promote the new Guillermo del Toro movie ...
This summer, there are two movies that have a lot on the line: The Lone Ranger, and World War Z. A Wall Street analyst even predicted they could end up being the biggest flops of this moviegoing season, if not the year.
There has been troubled buzz on World War Z for quite some time now, and it’s left us scratching our collective heads wondering what went wrong.
This is going to be a great summer for genre fans. Spring’s already gotten off to a great start with Jurassic Park 3D and the Evil Dead remake, and we also have Oblivion, Iron Man 3, Star Trek Into Darkness, After Earth, Man of Steel, World War Z, Pacific Rim, The Wolverine, and more to come.
The most expensive zombie movie ever made. Sounds funny, doesn’t it? But if you’ve been following the trials and tribulations of World War Z, it’s no surprise that it is indeed history the most expensive zombie movie ever, possibly more than every George Romero undead flick combined.
It’s difficult to think of a movie garnering worse press than World War Z, and it’s still a long ways away from being out in theaters, with a current release date of June 21, 2013.
World War Z is based on the book by Max Brooks, which is a challenge, since the book covers a lot of ground in a story which is not exactly chronological, appearing as the personal account of one journalist covering the end of the world.
In recent memory, it’s hard to think of a movie getting worse press than World War Z, and it’s still ways away from being out in theaters, with a current release date of June 21, 2013.
It's often been said that what goes on behind the scenes of a film is far more dramatic, intriguing and scandalous than anything you can possible see on the screen.
Whenever someone says they’re tried of genre remakes and reboots, it’s definitely preaching to the converted, but what can any of us do?
So you've watched Romero's Day of the Dead, read World War Z twice and are waiting for the third season of The Walking Dead. Clearly, you are prepared for the zombie apocalypse. Or are you?
In recent weeks, we've seen a lot of big Hollywood movies being postponed because of budget problems.
The movie adaptation of World War Z continues to experience turbulence.
Despite reports of trouble on the set of World War Z, zombies and vampires are still hot monsters, and Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter should make a great hybrid.
We recently confirmed that World War Z is having major problems, plagued by a bloated budget, reshoots and major script rewrites.