Anyone know anything about making movies? I'm talking ragtag here, like at best two handheld camcorders. As for quality, I'll make it as real as possible (I can be very persuasive), definitely better than most homemade zombie movies on Youtube.
World War Z, the post-apocalyptic horror novel written by Max Brooks, may well get a movie adaptation in a not too distant future: Paramount Pictures who won a bidding war back in 2006 for the feature film rights have renewed their option for a World War Z movie. So we're confident that the project will enter in production sooner than later. The film is currently listed for a release in 2012 on IMDb. Director Marc Forster is for now attached to the film and Actor Brad Pitt (he's already on board as producer) could well be part of the cast.
(in alphabetical order)
Max Brooks novel "World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War"
Matthew Michael Carnahan screenplay
J. Michael Straczynski screenplay
Brad Pitt ... Gerry Lane
Anthony Mackie ... (rumored)
James Badge Dale
Joseph Michael Straczynski (born July 17, 1954), known professionally as J. Michael Straczynski and informally as Joe Straczynski or JMS, is an American writer and television producer. He works in films, television series, novels, short stories, comic books, and radio dramas. He is a playwright, a former journalist, and author of The Complete Book of Scriptwriting. He was the creator and showrunner for the science fiction TV series Babylon 5, and its spin-off Crusade, and Jeremiah. Straczynski wrote 92 out of the 110 Babylon 5 episodes, notably including an unbroken 59-episode run through the third and fourth seasons, and all but one episode of the fifth season. He also wrote the four Babylon 5 TV movies produced alongside the series. From 2001 to 2007, he was the writer for the long-running Marvel comic book series The Amazing Spider-Man.
Straczynski announced on February 23, 2007 that he had been hired to write the feature film adaptation of Max Brooks's New York Times-bestselling novel World War Z for Paramount Pictures and Brad Pitt's production company, Plan B.
Originally posted by Phantom traveller
reply to post by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi
I read both of Max Brooks books "Zombie survival guide" and "World War Z".
They are brilliant and i recommend them to everyone.
If you enjoy those two you can also read "THE OFFICIAL ZOMBIE HANDBOOK (UK): The Ministry of Zombies",which is in the same spirit as the above.
Who knows, we might need them
Originally posted by Gazrok
If you get the chance, read some of Brooks' short stories, also set during World War Z. They are all excellent, and each one has a neat little mind twist to it, focusing on some tangent of what such a war would mean, that you may not have necessarily thought of before....