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First 'World War Z' Trailer: Brad Pitt Saves the World From Zombie Attack

November 9, 2012 (1:25 am) GMT
Countless zombies are invading the world, forcing Pitt to leave his family and do all he can to stop the undead creatures from decimating humanity.
First 'World War Z' Trailer: Brad Pitt Saves the World From Zombie Attack

"" finally unleashes its first trailer for audience's viewing pleasure. Featuring as a loving family man, the promo video is also jam-packed with intense scenes as the world is all of a sudden occupied by millions of zombies.

It's unclear where those undead creatures are coming from, but they are seen flocking the streets and flowing from every corner of the city just like a flood. Pitt is tasked with a nearly impossible duty to fight those countless zombies. "Tell the kids I'm coming back," so he says to his on-screen wife as he gets ready to go on his mission.

Pitt tackles the part of Gerry Lane, a United Nation employee who traverses the world in a race against time to stop the zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself. The story is based on Max Brook's horror novel "World War Z: an Oral History of the Zombie War".

Marc Forster serves behind the lens with Damon Lindelof and Drew Goddard penning the script. , , and are also lining up in the cast ensemble.

"World War Z" will grace the U.S. cinemas on June 21, 2013.



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