Comic Con Trailer for 'Zombieland' Found
The trailer for "Zombieland" which has been screened at San Diego Comic Con has made its way out. Letting out several never-before-seen footage, the promo video gives out a better sense of what the movie is all about. Though so, the trailer does feature an unfinished look of some scenes with the green screen being able to be spotted on.
In the movie, Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg star as zombie-slayin' badass Tallahassee and big wuss Columbus respectively. Living in a world plagued with zombies, these two unlikely duo finds a way to survive. When traveling across the nation from coast to coast to find the one place they will be safe from the living dead, they meet Emma Stone's Wichita and Abigail Breslin's Little Rock, who also figure a unique way to survive.
Now, the lone band of survivors team up to stay alive. When they think they have found the place in an amusement park, they are quick to find out that they are dead wrong. Amidst the zombie mayhem, they will have to determine which is worse: relying on each other or succumbing to the zombies.
Coming from director Ruben Fleischer, "Zombieland" is scripted by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. In addition to Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin, this horror comedy will also feature Amber Heard and Mila Kunis with Bill Murray making a cameo as one of the living dead. It will hit theaters across the U.S. on October 9.
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