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Mar 25, 2013

"Is there anything left out there?" Honestly, the adaptation of Max Brooks' beststelling zombie book World War Z hasn't fully captivated our interest yet. While the approach to zombies looks intense and against the normal slow, feet-dragging undead we've come to expect, the hordes themselves looked a little weak in the visual effects department. We were hoping it's just because the shots weren't perfected for the first trailer and Super Bowl spot, and this new trailer has definitely cleaned things up a bit. They've finally made this look exciting, we just hope it lives up to the book, too. Brad Pitt stars as Gerry Lane, with Mireille Enos.

Watch the second full trailer for Marc Forster's World War Z movie, in high def from Apple:

And here's the Zombies Take Over a Helicopter on the First Poster for World War Z

A UN employee racing against time and fate travels the world trying to stop a growing zombie pandemic.

World War Z is directed by German filmmaker Marc Forster, of films Monster's Ball, Finding Neverland, Stranger Than Fiction, The Kite Runner, Quantum of Solace and Machine Gun Preacher previously. The screenplay was written by Matthew Michael Carnahan (The Kingdom, State of Play) and revised by Damon Lindelof (Star Trek, Prometheus). It's adapted from Max Brooks' beststelling zombie book World War Z. Paramount will release World War Z in theaters on June 21st after being delayed from December last year.

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  1. really love the direction so far, my problem is the special effects, but people talking about how zombies move slow, please shut the hell up as long as the movie is good why does that even matter

  2. I guess I don't know zombie movies like I thought, what's so bad about the poster? The effects of the movie sadly reminds a me of I Am Legend, but the poster looks cool to me.