Good day, haberdashers of all things torso-less. Are you guys staying indoors this weekend, or are you daring to face the streets, where Frank Grillo and the paint-faced asshats from The Purge: Anarchy are on patrol? Of course, there’s always Planes: Fire and Rescue, which presumably has completely horrific scenes of talking cars on fire. That is, if they used my screenplay without telling me anything.
Produced by American Zoetrope, Starstream Entertainment and Abbolita Productions, Life After Beth falls into the vastly overworked zombie subset, and follows Zach (DeHaan), a young man whose life is turned upside-down when his recently deceased girlfriend comes back to life.
Plaza dished that she and John C. Reilly would be co-starring in a new comedy called Life After Beth. She was reluctant to share too many details, but confessed it would involve zombies and is "a really fucked-up movie." Plaza has close personal ties to this zombie comedy's screenwriter Jeff Baena.