Not Even The Skies Are Safe In New World War Z Poster
It's not exactly easy to find a location that would be safe for the zombie apocalypse. In his book "The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection from the Living Dead" author Max Brooks proposes that an offshore oil rig would be the best place to wait out the hordes - as they are very difficult to get to and supplied to be lived on for months at a time without outside contact - but on a practical level finding a zombie-proof zone is fairly difficult. As proven by this brand new poster for World War Z, not even the skies are safe.
With a brand new trailer on the way tonight, Paramount has unveiled the latest one-sheet for the Marc Forster-directed thriller, and I must say that it's a pretty cool design. In addition to being a deviation from the generic artwork we see on a regular basis, it makes great use of both negative space and silhouetted figures to show what is actually a pretty terrifying scene. The idea of one zombie is a scary enough idea, but the thought of them creating a "living" ladder like a colony of ants is just all kinds of nope.
World War Z, due out in theaters on June 21, stars Brad Pitt as Gerry Lane, a U.N. employee who suddenly finds himself living in a world that is quickly losing a war against the undead. With governments around the world desperate for a way to stop the invasion, Gerry is sent on a globe-trotting mission against time to not only try and figure out what started the pandemic, but how to stop the outbreak. Matthew Fox, David Morse, James Badge Dale, Eric West, and Mireille Enos co-star in the film, which was scripted by Matthew Michael Carnahan with rewrite work done by Cabin in the Woods director Drew Goddard. Stay tuned later today for the newest trailer and come back later this week for even more about the new thriller.
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