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Marc Forster won’t direct World War Z sequel for obvious reasons

Though World War Z went on to become Brad Pitt’s highest grossing film – and one of the year’s biggest hits – it’s important to remember how troubled its production history truly was. Because of that, Marc Forster won’t be returning to direct the sequel. In a THR profile on Pitt’s shingle Plan B, it’s […]

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World War Z sequel in the works

Rumours of a tumultuous production be damned, Paramount are beginning work on a sequel to their surprise hit World War Z. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a follow-up will be developed by Paramount and star Brad Pitt’s production house Plan B. World War Z grossed $66 million in its first frame; the best ever opening for a Brad […]

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Brad of the dead – World War Z review

By Simon Miraudo June 21, 2013 There is no evidence of World War Z‘s troubled production history on the screen, which is perhaps the biggest compliment I have for Marc Forster‘s zom-pocalypse thriller. Though technically an adaptation of Max Brooks’ book of the same name, the screenwriters (too many to mention) have jettisoned its oral history […]

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Trailer Debut: World War Z

The trailer for Marc Forster’s troubled adaptation of Max Brooks’ novel World War Z has arrived online. Produced by and starring Brad Pitt, the flick documents an apocalyptic zombie outbreak across the world. Whereas Brooks’ book relayed events after the fact, focusing on different characters and nations in each chapter, the film mostly concerns Pitt’s family and […]

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"Bond, James Bond" Cut From Movie

source: ninemsn.com There are days that live in infamy; dates that are etched into the global consciousness. There have been moments of tragedy and pain that literally make the world stand still. Today is one of those days. Ninemsn is reporting that James Bond‘s famous introductory line (“Bond … James Bond”) has been cut from […]

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