Hey...dead folks need loving too.
How about 'Morse to go Zombie Whacking'?????
Does a zombie's "equipment" even still work?
Well viagra has been known to raise the dead! :rimshot:
SWAT Raids World War Z, Pitt Pissed - ShockTillYouDrop.com
Two interesting stories coming out of US Weekly about World War Z.
In Budapest, SWAT raided a warehouse holding all of the "fully functional" guns being used in Marc Foster's film. 85 guns total were seized at the airport
"This morning a private plane brought guns wrapped in a parcel from a company to an individual [in Budapest]," said Hajdu Janos and Zsolt Bodnar, the director and deputy director of Hungary's Anti-Terrorism Unit. "Guns like these are highly illegal to transport even if they were to used as stage guns, which hopefully they weren't."
The other interesting tidbit is that the film is apparently going over schedule and over budget. "Brad is furious," says US Weekly's source. While in development at Paramount, there were always rumblings that the studio was concerned over World War Z's budget.
I am afraid this isn't going to end well but I still have hope.
WTF? World War Z needs SEVEN weeks of reshoots? | Blastr
Reshoots are common on movies these days, with filmmakers going back for a few days or sometimes even two or three weeks to tweak scenes or add material they realized they needed once they got into the editing room. But seven weeks of reshoots? That sounds like a movie that's got some major problems.
According to the Daily Mail, the zombie epic World War Z, starring Brad Pitt and based on Max Brooks' excellent novel, has headed to Budapest for seven more weeks of filming on the project after wrapping months ago.
The movie, directed by Marc Forster (Quantum of Solace), has already had its release date pushed back from Dec. 21, 2012, to June 21, 2013. It was assumed at the time that the idea was to get a dark horror spectacle out of the Christmas season, but now we may know the real reason for the delay.
To put it in perspective: The very troubled John Carter had reshoots too, but those only lasted 18 working days, or about three and a half weeks. World War Z needs twice as much, which indicates ... well, we're not sure what that indicates, frankly.
World War Z isn't the first tentpole-style picture to get into this situation recently: G.I. Joe: Retaliation has been hauled back into the shop for some extensive reworking, while the Keanu Reeves medieval fantasy 47 Ronin had its release date moved from this November to February 2013 to accommodate another lengthy reshoot schedule, possibly with a new director replacing first-timer Carl Erik Rinsch.
Until we hear differently, we'll assume that Marc Forster is still at the helm of World War Z, and we hope that things turn out all right for the movie, which we've been anticipating for a couple of years now. But as one would-be blockbuster after another keeps bombing at the box office—see Dark Shadows, John Carter, Battleship and possibly Snow White and the Huntsman (it's too early to tell just yet on that one)—does it seem to you that studio execs are getting more nervous about the movies they're making?
Damon Lindelof to Rewrite WORLD WAR Z
WOW. This is the death knell for somebody's career. It was obviously going to be a tough book to adapt, but how frigging wrong did they go? A script REWRITE after principle photography is completed and 7 weeks of reshoots. Look, they should just put this thing down. At this point they are just throwing money on an open fire. You think Lindelof comes cheap at the last minute? Wow, this has all the markings of a modern day Heavens Gate.