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Zombie Pic from ‘World War Z’ Scotland Set

WWZ Zombie via Metro.co.uk

Metro online has the first look at an actor in zombie makeup for the Paramount’s World War Z.  To see the full zombie picture and the rest of Metro‘s World War Z set photos click HERE.  The zombie movie has been filming in Glasgow where, according to Metro, the film’s star Brad Pitt reportedly saved a female extra from being crushed by a crowd of running “zombies” on set.  The film also stars Mireille Enos (Big Love, The Killing), James Badge Dale (The Departed), Matthew Fox (Lost), and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad).  World War Z is based on Max Brooks’s World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War–the story of a United Nations worker traveling the globe, gathering stories from survivors ten years after the planet-wide zombie invasion.  A recent press release from Paramount Pictures seems to show that the movie is headed in a slightly different direction than the novel:

The story revolves around United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Pitt), who traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself.

Marc Forster (Quantum Of Solace) is directing World War Z, and the film is scheduled for release on December 21, 2012.

Two New Trailers for ‘Attack of the Herbals’

Scottish zombie film, Attack of the Herbals, has released two new trailers.  Check them out below.  In Attack of the Herbals two friends find a mysterious crate washed up on a beach.  They use the crate’s contents to make herbal tea and sell it in village where they live.  Unfortunately, the drink turns the town’s residents into violent, tea-addicted zombies.  The film will be released this fall by Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc.

‘Attack of the Herbals’ Acquires Distributor, Nears Completion

Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. has acquired Scottish zombie film, Attack of the Herbals.  In the film, two friends find a mysterious crate washed ashore in the North Eastern Scottish village where they live.  They use the crate’s contents to make an herbal tea which unfortunately turns the town’s residents into violent, tea-addicted zombies.  The film is still in post-production and should be ready for distribution this fall.  Learn more on Attack of the Herbalsofficial website and Facebook page.