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[30.12.2004] Heute startet "Shaun of the Dead" in den deutschen Kinos...

[29.12.2004] Bei Cinema Eye gibt es einen "Hinter den Kulissen"-Bericht zu Romero's "Land of the Dead"...

[27.12.2004] Bei Blickpunkt:Film gibt es eine Kritik zu "Shaun of the Dead"...

[07.12.2004] Bei USA Today gibt es ein einen bebilderten "Land of the Dead"-Setbericht...

[28.10.2004] Bei Movies Online gibt es ein Bild von dem coolen "Land of the Dead"-Panzer mit schönen Namen "Dead Reckoning"...

[27.10.2004] SF Wire sprach mit dem Regisseur Zack Snyder über ein mögliches Sequel zum "Dawn of the Dead"-Remake...
[...] the movie won't be a remake of George Romero's own sequel, Day of the Dead. "It's fascinating, because it's the sequel to our movie," Snyder said in an interview. "I was like, 'We should do a sequel to Day,' but they [weren't interested]." [...]
Snyder said that his original idea for the remake may have made subsequent films harder to develop. "I always wanted to make a movie where the zombies won from the beginning," he said. "I think I demonstrated that in the first 10 minutes. It doesn't take long for them to really kind of win. It's more about, like, you're [in] an air bubble."
Snyder said that talks have begun with Universal, but the project does not have a definite start date. "We kicked around some ideas, but I don't know what we're going to do with it," he said. "We've talked about it. I met with James. I met with the producers. The heat comes on and off of that. I think Universal wants it bad." [...]


[24.10.2004] Bei Bloody-Disgusting gibt es Bilder und Infos vom "Land of the Dead"-Set...

[08.10.2004] The Horror Channel sprach mit Greg Nicotero über die Zombie-Effekte in "Land of the Dead"...
[...] To me, it’s always about slow zombies. Even though a lot of people never thought the Mummy was scary, he still always catches you. And it’s the same with zombies!
It’s strength in numbers. At this point in the Dead series the zombies are the majority, so they are now the norm for society, and the humans are the ones struggling to live and struggling for existence. [...]


[24.09.2004] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
Simon Baker, John Leguizamo and Dennis Hopper are off to "The Land of the Dead," George A. Romero's return to the zombie genre that he made famous. Asia Argento and Robert Joy also are joining the cast. Written and directed by Romero, the story takes place in a world overrun by zombies where the survivors live in a walled city. While the zombies are evolving, certain factions seek to overthrow the city. The film is meant to complement Romero's earlier zombie movies, "Night of the Living Dead," "Dawn of the Dead" and "Day of the Dead," and also start a new line of zombie films. Universal Pictures is distributing domestically and internationally via negative pickup.

[20.09.2004] CS! berichtet über den Zombiestreifen "Flight of the Dead"...
Marco Mehlitz and German film fund and production outfit Cinerenta are bringing Lions Gate zombie film Flight of the Dead to Studio Babelsberg, reports Variety. Thanks to the recent postponement of Mission: Impossible 3, which was set to shoot there this summer, Mehlitz was able to get Flight of the Dead into the studio.
The film follows the tale of two zombies being shipped back to their homeland after they are captured. But when the deadly creatures come unexpectedly to life aboard an airplane, the begin to wreak high-altitude havoc. The original draft of the "Flight" screenplay was written by Gary Parker and Tom Lavangnino, with rewriting done by Dunning and Lorenzo Ozouri. [...]


[13.09.2004] Moviehole meldet...
According to the guys at Bloody Disgusting , George A. Romero's final film in his "Dead" series, titled "George Romero's Land Of The Dead", is scheduled for release October 21st, 2005. [...]
Elsewhere, well, specifically over at Fangoria ,they have got the inside word that Universal, who were behind the 2004 "Dawn" remake, and helped finance "Shaun Of The Dead" have secured the distribtuion of "Land Of The Dead". They list the film for release on October 11th, but hell, either way, you'll get some more Romero Zombie by Halloween 2005. [...]


[31.08.2004] The Horror Channel meldete kürzlich...
[...] During a panel at this past weekend's Rue Morgue Festival of Fear convention up in Toronto, Tom Savini gave the crowd quite an earful in terms of what his role in the 4th installment of Romero's legendary film series could be.
Picture this if you will: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, one of the last "living strongholds" on the planet, is completely cordoned off. Droves of hungry zombies are clawing at the city’s borders, desperately trying to get a taste of the only "fresh meat" around. The city is patrolled and protected by a tank called "The Dead Reckoning." Every tank needs a crew. Every crew needs a leader. Enter Tom Savini.
Savini is in negotiations to co-star in the film as one of the leaders of a salvage team that goes out in the Dead Reckoning to search for supplies and/or survivors. It gets more interesting than this though, folks. Savini mentioned that one of George's plans for him is to run into and kill Blades, his original character from Dawn. As you can imagine, Blades is pretty much the worse for wear and will have a bloated look as he met his "earthly" demise in a fountain some time ago.
According to Ryan's report, nothing is official right now; this is just what's on the table. George has stated that no one has officially signed onto the project as of yet except for KNB, which will be providing what I am sure will be the best Dead FX ever. Romero has also stated that he's very interested in having Asia Argento onboard for the project, but again, nothing is for sure. [..]


[14.08.2004] The Horror Channel meldet, dass Dennis Hopper eine Rolle in Romero's "Land of the Dead" übernehmen wird...

[04.08.2004] Bei AmericanMcGee.com gibt es erste Infos und Artwork zum Romero-Zombie-Gore-Videospiel "City of the Dead"...

[20.07.2004] Bei AICN gibt es ein ausführliches Interview mit George A. Romero über "Land of the Dead"... Vorsicht SPOILER !!! Für alle Gore-Fans ist folgende Frage natürlich von Bedeutung...
[...] Now that LAND OF THE DEAD is not with Fox, does that free it to be released unrated in theatres?
G.R.: No, that was going to be my second point. Mark Canton used to be the president at Warners, and I think still has some connections there. I think he's hoping that they'll distribute it. Although the film is financed. He has a company called The Wild Bunch in France, and they're co-financing. They're not waiting for distribution; they're just trying to make a good deal. So yes, I'm going to have to release it R-rated, but they want me to shoot it they way I want to. And if there are scenes where I can't cut some of the gore out, I'm going to have to shoot a softer version. But in Japan and later videos and all that shit, they want the hard stuff. I'm satisfied that I'll get the make the movie I want. I'm hoping fans will go see it anyway, and then go check out the DVD. [...]


[15.07.2004] CS! meldet...
George Romero is set to direct Land of the Dead, a horror film that picks up on the zombie saga he hatched with Night of the Living Dead and continued with Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead. Variety says the film, from Romero's own script, will begin production in October in Winnipeg or Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh was the site of shooting for Romero's original 1968 zombie trilogy.
In the film, the zombies having taken over the world and those left alive are confined to a walled-in city that keeps out the corpse corps. Anarchy rules the streets, with the wealthy insulated and living in fortified skyscrapers.
The drama revolves around a group of scavengers who must thwart an attempt to overthrow the city while the dead are evolving from brainless slow-moving creatures into more advanced creatures. [...]


[28.06.2004] Laut einer Meldung bei DiamondDead.com sieht es ganz so aus, als stehe die Finanzierung für Romero's "Dead Reckoning" - die Dreharbeiten könnten angeblich im Oktober 2004 beginnen !!!

[19.06.2004] CS! meldet...
Paramount has hired horror specialist Scott Kosar to write The Crazies, a remake of George Romero's horror-thriller set up at Paramount-based Penn Station.
Variety reports the film will update the storyline of the 1972 original, in which inhabitants of a small Pennsylvania town are beset by death and insanity after a plane crash lets loose a secret biological weapon into the water supply.
Kosar's credits include New Line's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake, Paramount Classics' The Machinist, MGM/Dimension's remake of The Amityville Horror, and Salem, in development at Sony-based Laurence Mark.


[20.05.2004] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
Anatoly Fradis' Los Angeles-based Aurora Entertainment Corp. is set to start back-to-back shooting from June 7 in Romania on the fourth and fifth sequels to the "Return of the Living Dead" series of films, with Ellory Elkayem attached to direct and Peter Coyote headlining. Both films have been fully financed by a $35 million equity fund that Fradis ("Eight Legged Freaks") set up last year. The fund is based in America but backed by a group of private Eastern European and Russian investors. They set the scene for plans to make six or seven films a year in the $6 million-$10 million budget range through the fund, Fradis said. Titled "Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis" and "Return of the Living Dead 5: Rave From the Grave," the films were written by William Butler and Aaron Strongoni and feature a relatively unknown cast drawn from TV. Special effects will be done by Optic Nerve Studios.

[03.05.2004] Bloody-Disgusting meldet...
Where in gods name did this come from? Fangoria reports, "While rumors of a DAY OF THE DEAD remake continue to fly around, Fango has learned that a sequel to George Romero's 1985 film, titled DAY OF THE DEAD: CONTAGIUM, has quietly wrapped shooting in LA. Produced by Taurus Entertainment, which owns the rights to DAY and TWO EVIL EYES, the follow-up was directed by Taurus president and CEO Jim Dudelson and vice president of production Ana Clavell. Previously, Dudelson directed the modern Poe update MORELLA, the campus slasher HORROR 101 and something called MUSEUM OF THE DEAD; Clavell recently helmed the sequel HORROR 102."

[24.04.2004] Bei DH gibt es gute Nachrichten für Freunde des "Dawn of the Dead"-Remakes... Die Veröffentlichung einer erweiterten US-DVD steht an...
Zack Snyder has apparently convinced the suits to let him release an unrated version of Dawn of the Dead with 25 minutes of extra footage. One of the special features on the disc will be a video diary of Andy the gunshop owner.

[20.04.2004] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu "Shaun of the Dead" von Moriarty...

[17.04.2004] Creature Corner berichtet über ein mögliches Sequel zu "Shaun of the Dead"...
[...] A reader wrote in saying they were watching MTV 2 in the Mother England the other day, and who should appear on the program "Screenplay" but Shaun star Simon Pegg. Pegg was obviously there to make everyone go see his seemingly excellent movie, and was asked about a possible sequel. He admitted he had co-written a treatment for a follow up that was submitted with the finished film. The title? From Dusk 'Til Shaun. [...]

[15.04.2004] Heute startet das "Dawn of the Dead"-Remake in den deutschen Kinos...

[12.04.2004] Bei AICN gibt es Neues von George Romero...
[...] George's main focus of the night was talking about how today's horror films are only being used as spectacle and cheap thrills, while Romero sees film as a vehicle for social criticism and parable. Speaking speficially about "Jeepers Creepers" and the "Dawn of the Dead" remake, he pointed out how it lacks any soul and loses that dimension of social critique that underlined so much of his original work.
George also repeated dogged the recent "fast zombie" movies, laughing to himself that there's no way he would use zombies that moved like rocketships, so relax folks, the Romero Shamblers are here to stay. [...]
Romero went on to talk about both Diamond Dead and Dead 4 (adding to the Dead Trilogy) saying that both looked like they were in the running to be made and that for every twelve projects he works on, and tries to get going, only one ever makes it into a theatre. He also stressed how important control over a project is to him, and that he'd rather work with a lower budget and have less interference than make a huge movie under studio control. [...]


[07.04.2004] Bei mySaN.de gibt es eine positive Kritik zum "Dawn of the Dead"-Remake...

[04.04.2004] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu "Shaun of the Dead" von Quint... Ausserdem gibt es bei AICN eine detaillierte Kritik zu "Shaun of the Dead" von Highlander... SPOILER !!! Nicht zu vergessen: AICN bietet auch Infos zu George Romero's "DiamondDead" - Ridley Scott fungiert als Co-Produzent bei dieser Rock-Horror-Comedy !!!

[27.03.2004] Bei UIP.co.uk gibt es einen neuen "Shaun of the Dead" Trailer !!!

[22.03.2004] CS! meldet...
[...] Universal's new remake of Dawn of the Dead topped the box office with an impressive $27.3 million from 2,745 theaters. The $26 million-budgeted horror film averaged $9,954 per location and is the 9th biggest opening for March ever. [...]

[21.03.2004] Bei AICN und Fangoria gibt es weitere Kritiken zum "DotD"-Remake...

[19.03.2004] Bei AICN gibt es Kritiken zum "DotD"-Remake... AICN bietet aber auch noch eine Kritik zu "Shaun of the Dead"...

[16.03.2004] DH meldet...
[...] Those eager to check out the zombie-filled action of 'Dawn' will be excited by the comments of Director Zack Snyder who revealed to Davis DVD that he had to make more than a few cuts to his film to receive an R-rating from the Motion Picture Association of America and as a result we can expect a special DVD set: "We went back and forth with the MPAA about four or five times before we got our R, but eventually we did...We will do an unrated DVD that will have probably an additional five minutes of gore, and then another five minutes of more character. Not that anyone wants that, but that's what they're going to get". [...]

[15.03.2004] Bei CS! gibt es den Link zu einem 8-minütigen Ausschnitt aus dem "DotD"-Remake (Benötigt Windows Media Player)... Ebenfalls bei Zombie-Nation.net !!!

[13.03.2004] Bei AICN gibt es eine lesenswerte Kritik zum "DotD"-Remake, inkl. Vergleich zum Original...

[08.03.2004] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zur Zombie-Comedy "Shaun of the Dead", sowie einen Verweis auf die Offizielle Website...

[07.03.2004] CS! meldet...
On Monday, March 15, in a first-ever motion picture and television event, USA will debut-in its complete, uncut entirety-the intense opening 10-minute sequence from Universal Pictures' upcoming zombie horror film Dawn of the Dead. The heart-pounding footage, which immerses viewers nearly immediately into a surreal, terrifying world under siege by zombies, will be shown between 10:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., near the end of USA's telecast of Final Destination, which begins at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/Pacific (check local listings) on Monday, March 15.
This first-time-ever telecast will allow viewers to watch a full, uncut sequence from the film five days before it hits theaters. USA Networks and Universal Pictures strongly caution that the footage contains graphic violence and language consistent with the film's R rating and recommend that viewers exercise discretion before tuning in. [...]


[03.03.2004] Die Offizielle Website für das "DotD"-Remake bietet endlich mehr... Bei IGN FilmForce gibt es ein paar neue Szenenbilder... Und AICN liefert eine positive Kritik zu der vielversprechenden Zombie-Comedy "Shaun of the Dead"...
[...] The humour builds up slowly until you're just falling about the place every other line. It's very much the same sense of humour as Spaced, the series, so it is never going to appeal to the masses, but for those of us who know and love Spaced, it's manna from heaven.
The horror is pretty gory - there is much blood and guts and people being ripped limb from limb. Since I am complete girl about zombie movies, I was pretty scared at times too, but all the manly men I was with were unfazed and continued laughing through the attacks.
All in all, a triumph. Some of the humour and references are unashamedly English, so all y'all Americans might not get it, but this is a cult film if ever I saw one. This is going to rule the college crowd forever. my friends and I came out and spent the next half hour just trotting lines from the film back and forth and, in one case, walking like a zombie. This is the most fun you're going to have in the cinema this year.


[17.02.2004] Bei DH gibt es ein paar neue Szenenbilder aus dem "DotD"-Remake...

[15.02.2004] Bei AICN gibt es weitere, eher gemischte Kritiken zum "DotD"-Remake...

[13.02.2004] Bei AICN gibt es eine recht positive Kritik zum "DotD"-Remake, welche im Talkback-Forum als "Spam" entlarvt wurde; verbreitet durch Universal's Zombie Army !!!

[10.02.2004] Bei AICN gibt es einen vielversprechenden Bericht von der LA Comic Con, wo rund 10 Minuten aus dem "DotD"-Remake gezeigt wurden... SPOILER !!!

[19.01.2004] Bei CS! kann man die Remake-Zombies in Aktion sehen...

[16.01.2004] Bei Creature Corner kommen die Macher des "DotD"-Remakes zu Wort...
[...] As for a sequel, if it did occur (do we have any doubts?), would it be called Day of the Dead? Newman answers: "I don't know who controls the rights for 'Day of the Dead.' God willing there will be some sort of sequel, whether it's called 'Day of the Dead' - which is a great title - I don't know, but it's something that's definitely being thought about." [...]

[15.01.2004] Bei AICN gibt es Infos zur Rock-Horror-Comedy "The Diamond Dead" von George A. Romero !!! Auf der Offiziellen Website äusserte sich Romero im "Bloody Diary" auch zu seinen anderen Projekten...
[..] I've been doing some revisions on the script for my fourth zombie flick, Dead Reckoning. [..]

[13.01.2004] Bei Bloody-Disgusting gibt es eine recht positive Vorab-Kritik zum "DotD"-Remake... Derweil kann man bei WorkingTitleFilms.com den Trailer zum vielversprechenden Zombie-Streifen "Shaun of the Dead" begutachten !!!

[09.01.2004] Bei Empire Movies gibt es ein neues Teaser-Poster zum "DotD"-Remake... Ausserdem ist ein neuer "Dawn of the Dead"-Remake Trailer online !!!

[15.12.2003] Bei Empire Movies gibt es Szenenbilder aus dem "Dawn of the Dead"-Remake...

[05.12.2003] Bei Creature Corner gibt es Infos zu einer neuen DVD-Veröffentlichung von Romero's "Dawn of the Dead"...

[31.10.2003] Bei ZombieKeeper.com gibt es ein Interview mit George Romero, in dem er u.a. über "Dead Reckoning" plaudert...

[22.10.2003] DH über den Stand der Dinge in Sachen "Dead Reckoning"...
'J Smith' just got back from a Q & A session with Director George Romero ("Night of the Living Dead") that was held at Western Kentucky University and thought readers might like some of the tidbits he tossed out:
"He discussed the fact that Fox Searchlight does have the rights to the 4th zombie movie, but unfortunately they refuse to move ahead with it unless they can secure the Night of the Living Dead moniker. Apparently they also refused the titles Dead Reckoning, as well as Land of the Dead. An audience member mentioned the fact that they had heard Anchor Bay offered to foot the bill for the film and he confirmed this, stating that if the Fox thing fell through he would rework the script to fit an Anchor Bay budget. Also discussing the 4th film he gave out some plot points. Basically the film will take place in a city in where the remaining humans live and focus on the people who must leave the city in order to retrieve the "finer things in life" such as perfumes, fabrics, and the like. (he noted this was based on his home town of Pittsburgh and how city, being in the shape of a triangle, could easily be cut off from the rest of the world by one wall). He also made a later note that he would probably continue having the lead actor being african-american.
He also commented on another project he was working on and excited about involving the composer of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. The film would focus on a rock band who return from the grave. He made mention of it possibly being a "Boy Band" who cause a building to fall on them as a result of an amp explosion. His take sounded hilarious and cracked up the entire audience. [...]


[17.10.2003] Der "Dawn of the Dead"-Remake Trailer ist online !!!

[14.10.2003] Bei Creature Corner gibt es die Beschreibung des japanischen "DOTD"-Remake Trailers...

[11.10.2003] Bei WetNWild Radio gibt es ein paar Bilder vom DOTD-Remake-Set...

[02.10.2003] DOTD-Remake Artwork gefällig !?! Bei Fu-Manchu.com gibt es den Link zu dotd.eigafan.com !!!

[19.09.2003] AICN berichtet über das Zombie-Projekt "Shaun of the Dead"...

[30.07.2003] Bei Fu-Manchu.com gibt es weitere Bilder vom "Remake"-Set... AICN zitiert James Gunn, der die Gerüchte bzgl. einer US-Freigabe ab 13 Jahren widerlegt... Nebenbei werden aktuelle Zombie-Projekte wie "Undead" und "Zombiegeddon" angepriesen... ;-)

[09.07.2003] Bei Rayza.net gibt es einige Bilder vom "Remake"-Set...

[22.06.2003] Fangoria meldet...
Variety reports that Universal has set release dates for the two remakes of genre classics it's currently working on. DAWN OF THE DEAD, currently rolling in Toronto, is slated for a March 26, 2004 debut, while Peter Jackson's KING KONG has been pencilled in for December 14, 2005. That's the strongest indication yet that the studio is serious about getting Jackson's long-mooted pet project going, and it gives him plenty of time to work on it. Now we all just have to deal with the wait! In addition, Universal moved up its PITCH BLACK sequel THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK from June 25, 2004 to June 11. [...]

[11.06.2003] Bei Creature Corner gibt es Neuigkeiten zum Remake: Kevin Zegers und Mekhi Phifer werden ebenfalls mitspielen... Das Drehbuch von James Gunn wurde von Scott Frank (u.a. "Minority Report", "Get Shorty") überarbeitet...

[29.05.2003] DH meldet...
The Thornhill Post reports that the "Dawn of the Dead" remake will be shooting interiors at the Thornhill Square Mall in Ontario throughout most of June and July. Seems the mall, which is just one mile outside of Toronto, is being destroyed later in the year for a new housing development so they are using the abandoned retail space in the meantime.

[10.05.2003] Hollywood Reporter meldet...
Ving Rhames and Sarah Polley are in final negotiations to star in Universal Pictures/Strike Entertainment's horror feature "Dawn of the Dead" for director Zack Snyder. The project, a reinvention of the 1978 horror film of the same name, goes into production next month.
Written by James Gunn, "Dead" is about a mysterious plague that causes the newly dead to rise from their graves and begin to eat the living. During the chaos, a core group of remaining humans takes refuge in a shopping mall. These include a young nurse (Polley), the police-uniformed Kenneth (Rhames), a mall employee who works at Best Buy, a gangbanger and his pregnant Russian girlfriend.
Strike's Marc Abraham and Eric Newman will produce "Dead" with the film's rights holder Richard P. Rubenstein. Tom Bliss is executive producing. Rhames, repped by ICM, next stars in the Barry Levinson-directed comedy "Envy" and the indie feature "Sin." Polley, repped by WMA, is best known for her work in such films as "The Sweat Hereafter," "Go," "Guinevere" and "The Weight of Water."


[06.03.2003] CS! meldet...
Strike Entertainment has set commercials wizard Zack Snyder to direct the remake of George Romero's horror classic Dawn of the Dead, digging up a June start date for the zombie redo, says Variety. The film is Strike's first go project since it struck a four-year production and co-financing deal at Universal, who will distribute the film in North America and most of the world.
James Gunn (Scooby-Doo) has scripted a reinvention of a 1979 film that cost $640,000 and became a highly profitable cult favorite. The film revolved around a swarm of slow-moving cannibalistic corpses who snack on the inhabitants of a shopping mall.
The contemporized version aims to place a greater emphasis on action and a young cast than the original, adds the trade. The film was Romero's sequel to the groundbreaking Night of the Living Dead.


[30.01.2003] Bloody Disgusting meldet, dass das "Day of the Dead"-Remake bloss ein Gerücht sei...

[24.01.2003] Bei Creature Corner gibt es eine negative Kritik zu James Gunns "Dawn of the Dead" Remake-Script...

[14.01.2003] Bei AICN gibt es ein paar Äusserungen von Romero...

[02.01.2003] AICN meldet...
You want a REAL Zombie Movie? 20th Century Fox and George Romero Bring You DEAD RECKONING!!!
Harry here... Ok, so the FRIENDS movie isn't really floating your boat, but here's news that'll send the mercury through the meter and down your leg... That's right the 4th LIVING DEAD FILM!!!! FOR REAL! Insiders have been keeping me up to date on the FOX deal... Word has it that Romero has permission to shoot DEAD RECKONING as a hardcore NC-17 gore-a-thon, but must deliver a theatrical R-rated cut with the NC-17/unrated edition hitting on DVD... So breakout the fireworks and champagne... Tonight is a night to celebrate for certain!!!

Hey Harry -
I wasn't sure if this gooey little tidbit had been dropped by your desk yet, but I thought I would make it known that 20th Century Fox has apparently scooped up the rights to George Romero's new "Dead" movie, Dead Reckoning. This is all hush-hush right now, but since horror is getting hotter these days, Fox decided to jump on the bandwagon by going with someone that horror fans truly stand behind. Although Anchor Bay had presumably been working on putting up the cash for this flick (which Romero supposedly needed at least 10 million to do), Fox beat 'em to the punch with a large multi-million dollar number that is supposedly quite a bit higher than AB was able to offer. So for all of those zombie fans out there who are scoffing that abyssmal trailer for House of the Dead, they should get ready for the grandfather of modern horror's triumphant return. There's no more room in hell - and the original living dead are about to return.
Yeah, it might! sound like some fanboy bullshit... sure... So why not try going to DeadReckoningMovie.Com and see where it takes you? This is happening, folks. Give thanks to the suits for finally giving money where it's due... [...]


[24.09.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine recht positive Kritik zu James Gunns Remake-Script...

[16.09.2002] AICN berichtet über Roger Avary und das Remake...

[20.08.2002] ESplatter meldet...
The big news from this year's Fangoria Weekend of Horrors was George A. Romero's announcement that a fourth Living Dead film now looks likely, and could be distributed by 20th Century Fox. "I do have a script at Fox for a fourth zombie film, which looks like it's going to happen," Romero said Saturday, August 17 at the Fango conference at the Pasadena Center. He added that the film would likely be R-rated for its theatrical release, then make it to DVD in an unrated version. "They're basically going to let me make my film and cut it back for R-rated release." The film, currently titled "Dead Reckoning," should be budgeted at about $10 million. "It's going to be the most expensive one," Romero said.

[20.07.2002] Bei Creature Corner gibt es eine Kritik des "Dead Reckoning"-Scripts von Romero...

[05.06.2002] CHUD zitiert James Gunn bzgl. des "Dawn of the Dead"-Remakes...
"Moving forward really fast right now. Yeah, but I actually have to turn in another draft of it next week. Supposedly Friday, but I think I'm going to slow it down. It takes the central premise of a flesh-eating apocalypse with people in a mall and sort of goes from there and it its own thing, different characters."


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