Though the first World War Z was a hit, it’s not necessarily a movie I was excited to see a sequel for. But that all changes with two words: David Fincher.
TMZ reports that Angelina Jolie, actress, noted humanitarian, and possible Gizmodo fan, has filed for divorce from husband Brad Pitt.
Talk of a World War Z sequel has been lurching around Hollywood nearly since the hit zombie film’s 2013 release. But after new scriptwriter Dennis Kelly was brought in to work with director J.A. Bayona, the latter signed to direct Jurassic World 2. Now producer-star Brad Pitt has a reunion he’s hoping to make happen.
If you get to see the brand-new novel Illuminae on the big screen at some point, thank Brad Pitt. His company Plan B just bought the rights to adapt the unique sci-fi story into a movie.
Fury, the WWII film starring Brad Pitt, opens in theaters today. The story follows a five-man tank crew as they make the last push into Nazi Germany in April 1945. And to get things right, the filmmakers brought in a military advisor with 22 years of experience.
Fight Club is a work of fiction by Chuck Palahniuk, a famous author who once described his life as "very blue-collar." Fight Club is also a (fantastic) movie, directed by David Fincher, that hit theaters exactly 15 years ago today. Watch it again tonight, but with an extra little piece of knowledge: Fight Club is not…
That was pretty fast. After debuting at New York Comic Con, Wytches has been picked up by Brad Pitt's production company Plan B.
Make It Right launched in 2007 to rebuild homes in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward that were devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Now the nonprofit founded by Brad Pitt has moved on to other communities in need—and its next project will be building sustainable homes for Native American tribes in Fort Peck, Montana.
World War Z, the movie that wasn't really about the book it was adapted from, is getting a sequel and there's nothing you can do to stop it.
World War Z has already earned $66 million in North America and $111.8 million worldwide this weekend, making it the biggest debut of Brad Pitt's career. So it's no surprise that Paramount is already planning a sequel. It seems the zombie apocalypse will have to go on a bit longer.
World War Z is basically a big-budget B-movie. A lot of the action sequences are lifted straight out of Resident Evil, and its basic tropes are a somewhat unstable mixture of disaster movie and political thriller. But there are a couple of great zombie movie ideas inside it, struggling to get out.
We honestly do NOT have a handle on the movie adaptation of World War Z yet. We've seen some good reviews and insane footage, but we've also read a lot about what a mess this movie was. But only the final product matters, right? To help you prepare, here are 33 images that only throw more gasoline on our bonfire of…
The first reviews for World War Z have been coming out over the past few days, and they're generally ranging from neutral to sort-of positive. The consensus: Parts of the film are thrilling, parts are painfully slow, and the overall effect is a reasonably solid thriller that happens to have a ton of zombies in it.
Sometimes we have to wonder if the folks making World War Z even like zombies. We know that's why Brad Pitt wanted to make this film. And yet, even this new trailer seems like they're ashamed of their giant CG ant mounds of zombies.
Can the World War Z movie be as amazing as Max Brooks' oral history novel? Probably not, but that's doesn't mean it can't be an interesting action movie all on its own. We saw a ton of intense, brutal footage at CinemaCon — including one set piece you'll be talking about for days. Spoilers ahead...
The latest trailer for World War Z does go global, but not in the fascinating and heartbreaking manner of Max Brooks' original novel. Instead of seeing the political and social consequences of the zombie pandemic, we get Brad Pitt racing around the world, trying to learn the origin of the outbreak while dodging the…
The new trailer for the much-troubled World War Z is out. And yes, there's a lot of Brad Pitt, and yes, there are zombies. But in lieu of fascinating political drama and heartbreaking tales of survival, we get a Roland Emmerich-worthy disaster flick, with reanimated bodies in lieu of earthquakes and rising tides.
After a tornado of disastrous rumors, the movie adaptation of Max Brooks World War Z trudges on.
One of the cardinal rules of Hollywood is that in order to be a very good looking actor, you also have to be very smart. So, we're confused as to why Brangelina seem to be breaking that rule. INTERNET HARD.