Movie News: First Trailer For WORLD WAR Z Hits...

Written by Kris Heys Friday, 09 November 2012

Movie News

Following on from the unspectacular (read: rubbish) Teaser poster revealed yesterday, comes a most spectacular trailer for WORLD WAR Z, the new zombie flick from director Marc Forster (QUANTUM OF SOLACE) and producer/star Brad Pitt. For all the mass reports of troubles with the production, having to completely redraft Act III with new writers (first LOST's Damon Lindelof, then THE CABIN IN THE WOODS' Drew Goddard) amongst other things, this first trailer is ridiculously assured. Sure, some will point out the CGI zombies as being problematic (and in the full feature they very well might be), but given the insanity depicted in this short promo it looks like there was absolutely no option other than to completely eschew practical FX. Seriously, wait until you see what these undead hordes get up to. You've never seen anything like it.

We never thought we'd say this considering the tortured production, but WWZ has officially shot right up our 2013 Most Anticipated List. Check it out in the player below and see if you agree...

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WORLD WAR Z opens in UK cinemas June 21st 2013.

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0 #1 Ian 2012-11-09 16:11
Looks ok, but seems they are only taking the title of the book. Would work much better as series.
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