With mere days until the biggest zombie movie ever attempted hits theaters on June 21st, Paramount has unveiled the fourth official clip from World War Z.
World War Z is clearly Brad Pitt's show, but the latest clip from the biggest zombie movie ever attempted reveals the casting equivalent to a secret weapon among the supporting actors: James Badge Dale.
Less than two weeks out from the June 21st release date, and three TV spots effectively sell World War Z as a globe-trotting zombie movie on an unprecedented scale.
Right in the middle of the summer event movie season, Warner Bros. is keen to remind moviegoers that this winter also brings a hugely expensive sequel based on a beloved property.
The first teaser trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is now online, presaging the coming of the inaugural teaser trailer for the second installment of Peter Jackson's movie trilogy adapting J.R.R. Tolkien's introductory Middle Earth novel.
We've seen two separate official images heralding what will be a hell of a starring performance by Shailene Woodly in next year's Divergent. But today, we're bringing the Y chromosome to the party with a first look at Theo James as Four, the male lead in this hopeful franchise-started based on a popular series of young adult novels.
The next time you're sitting in traffic feeling your blood pressure rise, just remember that it could be worse. You could be stuck in traffic as a zombie onslaught takes over the whole planet.
That's what's happening in the latest clip from World War Z.
Like most of the promotion for next month's action-horror adventure, this clip eschews zombie tropes, opting against showing even a trace of the undead. Instead, we find Brad Pitt and Mireille Enos enjoying their idyllic life together, playing a happy guessing game with their adorable daughters and looking like a toothpaste commercial even as they sit in traffic.
Paramount Pictures has let loose the first official clip from World War Z.
A new international poster for World War Z changes things up substantially by including what appear to be some zombies.
Don't worry, though, because some fresh banners for the biggest zombie movie ever attempted are more in line with the zombie-less promotion we've been seeing so far, opting instead to focus on the "world" part of World War Z.
Yo, where the zombies at?
A new poster for World War Z is making the rounds online thanks to Paramount Pictures. This latest look at the biggest, most expensive zombie movie ever made features not a single reanimated corpse, but instead gives us a slice of Brad Pitt's pretty profile and a sense of citywide collapse.
Opening in theaters nationally on May 24th is the new drama What Maisie Knew, which is based on the popular book of the same name by Henry James. The film was helmed by the directorial team of Scott McGehee and David Siegel (Bee Season), and features an all-star cast that includes Academy Award-nominee Julianne Moore (The English Teacher), Alexander Skarsgard (Disconnect), Steve Coogan (Tropic Thunder), and newcomer Onata Aprile.
IAR's New York correspondent Dana Gardner recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Julianne Moore to talk about her work on What Maisie Knew. The Academy Award-nominated actress discussed her new movie, what attracts her to projects and ultimately drew her to this script, her complex character, playing a rockstar, working with young actress Onata Aprile, collaborating with directing team Scott McGehee and David Siegel, and what novel she would love to adapt into a film some day.