'World War Z' hits theaters this weekend, and Paramount wants to make sure you're good and pumped for it. The studio has released a brand new extended clip from the film, featuring Brad Pitt's Gerry Lane making a daring rooftop escape with his family in tow, including 'The Killing' star Mireille Enos...
Muse has been around for years, and they've recently enjoyed a resurgence thanks to two things: a brand new album with a hit single "Madness" and the theme song to Brad Pitt's new movie, World War Z.
'World War Z' is a film about fighting zombies, and it's funny that the film has screened (and screened well) but is still fighting undead rumors about it being a total disaster. We saw the film and liked it, but it's going to need good word of mouth to be one of the hits this summer. Perhaps it will get better word with this clip, which sets up how Brad Pitt is forced into action to stop the zomb
Paramount Pictures' 'World War Z' seemingly has it all: Brad Pitt, big explosions, international intrigue, a looming apocalypse. Oh, and zombies. We shouldn't forget the zombies, even if it seems the studio has. Case in point: the new poster for the Marc Forster film, which features a forlorn Pitt as he surveys a devastated city from the safety of a helicopter. Lots of fire and destruction. No zom
While Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were in Washington, DC recently to screen Jolie’s new movie, ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey,’ they also dropped in on one of Pitt’s old acquaintances — President Obama.
In a bit of unscripted drama, a Hungarian SWAT team raided a warehouse on the set of the Brad Pitt zombie flick ‘World War Z’ and seized 85-fully functional weapons that were to be used as props in the film.
It seems that the assault rifles had been flown into Budapest — where ‘World War Z’ is being shot — along with paperwork falsely claiming that they weren’t functional.
In the upcoming zombie apocalypse movie ‘World War Z,’ Brad Pitt’s character tries to save earth from the brain eaters. On the set of the film, Pitt played hero in a more modest, but also more signficant way.
The 2006 romantic comedy "The Break Up," which was about a couple, well, breaking up, was a huge hit at the box office for Jennifer Anistion.
It turns out it was also a therapeutic experience for the actress, who filmed the movie not long after her 2005 divorce from Brad Pitt.