Tuesday, 20 November 2012

World War Z Official Trailer



Here is the first official trailer for the much-delayed and publicised maligned film version of Max Brooks' novel of the same name. While I think the trailer looks pretty good, it bears no resemblance to the book which I read a couple of years ago.

There has been a lot of talk regarding apparent production issues, re-shoots and script problems meaning it will not now be released until next summer.

Let's hope it has all been worth it..

That's it for now,

Monty













13 comments:

  1. Here here. Loved the book, this looks all exciting and stuff, but...

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  2. It does look good doesn't it!!!

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  3. Great trailer, I believe they're starting it before the action in the book occurs.

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  4. Wow! Like you I'm struggling to see any reference to the book, but Fran might be on to something with regards to the actual war - very, very cool.

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  5. That is an amazing trailer, Zeds everywhere. Did you know that the american street when they are sitting in there car is actually Glasgow.

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  6. I like the look of this movie. I shall just be ignoring any reference to the book and treat it as something separate.

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  7. It does look good and I must admit, Glasgow looks convincing too ;)

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  8. Congrats, Monty, a Liebster Award has been bestowed upon you!

    http://soundofficerscall.blogspot.com/2012/11/liebster-blog-award.html

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  9. Hi Monty, I too have nominated you for the aforementioned Leibster Blog Award.

    http://20mmgamer.blogspot.co.nz/2012/11/good-afternoon-steve-fine-fellow-behind.html

    (I should probably have read Steve's post a little more carefully!)

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  10. Hi
    I just wanted to inform you that I nominated your blog for the Leibster blog award.
    http://gregswargamingblog.blogspot.com/
    Your challenge, should you accept it, is to award five other blogs for the same.
    Cheers,
    Greg

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