Directed by: Jonathan Levine
Written by: Jonathan Levine
Featuring: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry, John Malkovich, David Franco
While I've heard about the book Warm Bodies for over a year, it has always been presented to me as "Twilight with zombies," and though I don't have a problem with Twilight (much to the chagrin of many of my friends), that's not the endorsement I've been looking for. I need more comparisons: Is it like Zombieland, snarky and funny? Is it like Fido, where the zombies become domesticated and friendly? The trailer for the new big-screen adaptation didn't really indicate either way.
Okay, I'm a believer. The world will end in 2012, and as proof, I offer up Warm Bodies, a zombie love story between a hunky undead guy and a human girl. How the Mayans could predict that a Hollywood studio would figure out a way to cast the shadow of Twilight over the zombie genre and thus end all life as we know it, I have no idea.
Directed by: D. J. Caruso
Written by: Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Marti Noxon, Pittacus Lore (Jobie Hughes & James Frey)
Cast: Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Dianna Agron, Kevin Durand, Teresa Palmer, Callan McAuliffe, Jake Abel
Number Three sure picked a bad time to get nailed by the Mogadorians.
Directed by: Jon Turteltaub
Written by: Lawrence Konner, Mark Rosenthal, Matt Lopez, Doug Miro, and Carlo Bernard
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Jay Baruchel, Alfred Molina, Teresa Palmer, Toby Kebbell, Monica Belluci, Alice Krige
Back in 740 AD, Merlin had gathered and trained three skilled apprentices - Balthazar, Horvath, and Veronica. But wizards and sorcerers aren't all good, you see, and the world soon faced the threat that was Morgan le Fay. The evil woman had the intention to cast "The Rising", a spell which would raise all of the dead sorcerer's of the world from the dead and cause them to destroy the world.