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The WORLD WAR Z Trailer is Here

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If that short clip we posted earlier in the week (you can watch it here) wasn’t enough to sate your anticipation for the upcoming zombie-book adaption, World War Z, then feast your eyes on the full-length trailer below.   Trust me you won’t be disappointed.

I’ll be honest, World War Z for me is one of those books that I’ve always wanted to read but I have yet to make the time.  So I have absolutely no idea if this is going to be a good transition from novel to film but by my estimations the adaption looks like a very solid summer blockbuster.  Considering the star power and the fact that the director behind it has delved out his share of movies that I’ve adored (Machine Gun Preacher, Quantum of Solace, The Kite Runner and Stranger Than Fiction) I’m thoroughly excited for this flick.

But what do you guys think?  Will this be a good zombie movie that holds your attention?  Or will it be a waste of your time and money?  Sound off with your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

World War Z is directed by Marc Forster and is due out June 21st, 2013.  The upcoming film stars Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale, and Matthew Fox.

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  • Kat

    This is terrible. It doesn’t follow the book AT ALL. Not a single bit! The only thing they have in common is the title and zombies! You think I’m exaggerating? Read the book. It’s a series of short stories documenting the progression of the zombie apocalypse. This is just a rip off of 2012 but with zombies. I will NOT be seeing this movie!

  • john lindauer

    this is a franchise movie – which, surprisingly, is why it will work.

    the first film covers “the war” stage of WWZ. and will be followed by several very scary and very poignant WWZ films – which, when taken together, will be quite faithful to the book. i know there’s a lot of resistance to going “one story at a time” – but in the end, that is the most respectful way to handle the material…

  • john lindauer

    re: my comment, below. Think of how AWESOME Watchmen could have been if they had divided it into three films – instead of trying to jam it all into one.

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