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Four 'Zombieland' Clips Arrive

September 24, 2009 (6:18 am) GMT
Columbus taking on a zombie clown and Tallahassee preparing to battle zombies only to get his hands on Twinkie are among the footage shown in the new clips from Ruben Fleischer's horror comedy.

Two weeks shy of its theatrical release, "" has got four brand new clips unleashed. Two clips, "Be A Hero" and "Courching Tiger", come out courtesy of MySpace, one titled "Prospecting" is brought forth by Hollywood.com, and the last called "The Rule" is put out by Fandango.

The "Be A Hero" clip sees 's Columbus trying to save 's Wichita by taking on a zombie clown. The "Courching Tiger" snippet, in the meantime, centers the attention when Columbus and 's Tallahassee are taken hostage by 's Little Rock.

In "Prospecting", Tallahassee arms himself before stepping his feet inside a store to find a box of Twinkies, forcing Columbus to argue that the badass zombie slayer is crazy for risking their lives for the Twinkies. The last clip, "The Rule", presents Columbus as he explains some of the rules he follows in order to survive the zombie mayhem.

Coming from director Ruben Fleischer, "Zombieland" is scripted by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. It revolves around a misfit band of survivors who teams up to find a safe place away from the zombie's reach. As they work side by side to stay alive, they are now presented with another reality: relying on each other or succumbing to the zombies. The movie will hit theaters across the U.S. on October 2.


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