World War Z
July 22, 2010 by Post Team
The advantage of stars 46-year-old has officially signed to fight the undead in his next film, “World War Z,” reports MTV.
Copyright Max Brooks (son of film director Mel) found that the man of Angie star in film adaptation of his 2006 novel about survivors of a zombie war ten years at San Diego Comic Con on Thursday.
According to MTV, Pitt was a long-rumored contender for the title of the film, but Brooks did not receive official notice from the actor’s involvement until Wednesday night at the firm stand of the Avatar Press comic book publishing.
The film has been in development since 2007 but the signing of Pitt (actor Plan B company is also producing the film) is the biggest step to date in bringing Turner Brooks-page screen crush.
“I’m glad you took the time, and are trying to make the best zombie movie they can,” said Brooks. “I’m so glad they stayed with the project and so glad you found a good team.”
Marc Forster (“Quantum of Solace”) is attached to direct adaptation.
Paramount has also optioned two other Brooks zombie novels, “The Zombie Survival Guide” and the graphic novel “The Zombie Survival Guide: recorded attacks.”
“I can not believe how cool Paramount has been for me and these projects, and the new wave in the Plan B has been,” Brooks told MTV News.
“The Zombie Survival Guide” has just surpassed one million copies, out of the EW reported an initial period of 18,000 copies. The novel has inspired a cult that includes zombie survival Brooks conferences for college students. And now, a movie is coming.
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