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World War Z (movie)

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  • For 'World War Z' zombies, an unlikely training ground

    For 'World War Z' zombies, an unlikely training ground
    Ryen Perkins-Gangnes has been a modern dancer for the better part of 10 years, jumping and spinning for a small U.K. troupe known as the Gecko Theatre company. It’s fair to say that “zombie in a Hollywood blockbuster” wasn’t a...
  • 'World War Z': Fast zombies, global chaos and a semi-entertaining mess ★★ 1/2

    'World War Z': Fast zombies, global chaos and a semi-entertaining mess ★★ 1/2
    It begins the way global epidemics have begun once or twice before in the movies: with a nice American family around the kitchen table, television droning in the background, delivering news reports of a mutating virus. OK, pass the oj! Let's get on with...
  • Twickenham Celebrates 100th Anniversary With New Owner, New Investments

    London’s Twickenham Studios hits 100 this year, but nearly didn’t make it past 99 except for the doggedness of one of its execs and a Kenya-born British businessman. Last year, the studio was insolvent but Maria Walker, then post-production...
  • Film and TV Production Heats Up in Budapest

    The Hungarian capital, Budapest, couldn't be hotter. "This year feels like one of the busiest the (Budapest production) community's had since the tax rebate came into existence. The capacity of the town is at its maximum," says Adam Goodman, who runs...
  • 'World War Z' could rise from the dead

    'World War Z' could rise from the dead
    In the new zombie epic "World War Z," Brad Pitt jets around the world seeking an elusive solution to an intractable problem. He's been doing a lot of that in real life too. Six months ago, Pitt's new movie appeared doomed — by a release-date...
  • 'SuperTicket' for seeing movie at theater, home

    'SuperTicket' for seeing movie at theater, home
    Get ready for a "SuperTicket" to the movies. After years of bickering over how soon after theatrical release a movie can be piped into the home, major studios and theater owners are experimenting with a new way to promote home entertainment sales...
  • Film Review: 'World War Z' fun but lacking

    Film Review: 'World War Z' fun but lacking
    The big-budget "World War Z" (directed by Marc Forster from Max Brooks's novel) is first and foremost an old-fashioned zombie movie. It makes no rotting bones about it. In the 45 years since George A. Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" — whose...
  • RIP James Gandolfini. Will 'World War Z' rise?

    RIP James Gandolfini. Will 'World War Z' rise?
    After the coffee. Before remembering how fleeting life can be. The Skinny: Very sad about James Gandolfini. I only met him once, and it wasn't on duty. I used to hang out in a little bar in Chelsea that "Sopranos" costar Michael Imperioli owned, and...
  • Today's zombies are in a hurry

    Today's zombies are in a hurry
    The contemporary zombie is intensely networked, high-strung and on the move. Just go, go, go, 24-7. Indeed, according to a 2012 study by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, people with prolonged exposure to this lifestyle will...
  • Brad Pitt is a model for aging actors

    Brad Pitt is a model for aging actors
    In watching Marc Forster's new action drama "World War Z," it's hard not to be struck by how well Brad Pitt is aging. Yes, there's the slightest of silver highlighting his long locks, and the added distinction those little lines are etching on his face,...
  • Box office: 'Monsters University' to spook 'World War Z'

    Box office: 'Monsters University' to spook 'World War Z'
    A collection of cute furry creatures will smother the undead this weekend, as "Monsters University" is expected to top zombie tale "World War Z" and several holdovers at the box office, including "Man of Steel." The new Pixar film, a follow-up to 2001'...
  • Review: 'World War Z' gets a rise from the undead

    Birds do it. Bees do it. Even educated fleas do it. And as it turns out, zombies do it as well. They swarm. And when they're done swarming, they swarm all over again. That unstoppably manic movement is the most unexpected part of "World War Z" as well...