We recently confirmed that World War Z is having major problems, plagued by a bloated budget, reshoots and major script rewrites.
You just know there is trouble when a film is weighed down by extensive reshoots, shifting release dates and new writers feverishly reworking a script.
The Brad Pitt-led Zombie apocalypse thriller already had to spend 7 weeks reshooting the ending because director Marc Forster wasn’t happy with the ending. Now it seems to be a lot worse.
It’s funny that these two stories hit the ‘Net together, but the release date of the zombie epic World War Z is being moved to next year, while The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are being resurrected.
Marc Foster - who first broke onto the scene with Monster's Ball - has chalked up quite a varied career.
Are you prepared for a zombie uprising? Are you stocked up on weapons and canned food? Oh come on, who are we kidding?! There's no such thing as zombies, we all know that, or do we?
Some years back I interviewed make-up gore god Tom Savini, who did the effects for the original Dawn of the Dead and Friday the 13th movies.
There is a lot of focus on film franchises in Hollywood lately.
Veteran actor David Morse is joining the cast of World War Z.
For those who aren’t zombie inclined, World War Z is the novel written by Max Brooks, the son of the very talented Mel Brooks of Spaceballs fame.