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Last week, we got the first trailer for Jonathan Levine's adaptation of Isaac Marion's zombie novel Warm Bodies. Fans of the book who are anticipating the adaptation were likely grateful to get a look at some of the film, which is set to arrive in theaters early next year. The Italian version of the trailer is mostly the same as the U.S. version, however those who want to see a few more snippets of the movie will find them here.

And by "snippets," I mean just that. Most of what's in the Italian trailer is the same as the U.S. version, and it's about 30 seconds shorter. But there are a couple of parts that are different and give us just a little bit more from the movie, which takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting where the human population is divided between surviving people and the walking dead.



It starts out as a slightly condensed version of the original trailer, but if you were looking closely, you might have seen a few added moments, including a better look at the scene with Perry (Dave Franco). In the U.S. trailer, we see Perry talking for a second, but in this one, at about the 1:11 mark, we see that Julie (Teresa Palmer) and (it looks like) Nora (Analeigh Tipton) are also in the scene. The lead zombie character R (Nicholas Hoult) has his back to us and appears to be a part of the scene. We know from the book that R flashes back through Perry's memories and interacts with him throughout the story. This gives us a better idea of how that will look in the movie.

The other notable addition is the ending. Instead of Nora trying to guess R's age, she's teasing Julie about having a zombie boyfriend. I'm convinced I'm going to love Tipton as Nora and the humor she brings to the story. Warm Bodies does involve a human and a zombie falling in love, but in the book, the bizarreness of the situation is acknowledged with humor and it looks like we'll see that in the movie as well.

Warm Bodies arrives in theaters February 1, 2013. More information can be found in our Blend Film Database, and you can read our interview with the film's director Jonathan Levine here.

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