‘World War Z’ Full Trailer: Watch Brad Pitt Crack Some Zombie Skulls

Mon, March 25, 2013 10:04am EST by 6 Comments
World War Z Extended Trailer
Courtesy of Paramount Pictures

‘World War Z’ hits theaters June 21 & we’ve got your first full look at all the zombie-killing, Brad-bearding madness!

Brad Pitt, 49, is used to traveling the world and saving his family from swarms of brain-hungry paparazzi, but in the full-length trailer for World War Z, the bearded blockbuster is setting his sights on zombies.

Watch Mr. Jolie get punchy with the undead in the just-released, full-length trailer, then drop us your review: Will you enlist in World War Z this summer?

— Andy Swift

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watch world war z full movie online

Posted at 6:34 AM on October 1, 2013  

Hi just thought i would tell you something.. This is twice now i致e landed on your blog in the last 2 days looking for completely unrelated things. Spooky or what?

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Posted at 10:37 PM on April 28, 2013  

So this looks nothing like the book. Wouldn’t a documentary “60 minutes” format have better adapted the book, where the journalist interviews both key players and “regular people” involved in WWZ a decade after the fact? Also, the narrative voice of the journalist had no family; so why is a key point of tension being built on saving the family? This looks like a Hollywood bowlderization to capitalize off the book rather than an adaptation that respects the brilliant move the book’s author made. I mean, as a fan of the book (a mother of three and caregiver who managed to read the book in four days), I’m already disappointed by the trailer.

Also, as a mother of three, message to Hollywood: stop using placing children in danger as a way of conveying fear and terror. To parents right now, that’s just “too real” enough to keep us out of the theater, and make us wait to rent the video when our toddlers are in college. Hitchcock could build fear easily enough without depending on children. (In The Birds, while children are present, concern for their safety is part of a brief scene, not the whole movie).

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Andrey Min'kov

Posted at 5:56 PM on March 25, 2013  

Gambling is dangerous thing.

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Posted at 3:05 PM on March 25, 2013  

looks more like a game than a movie

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Posted at 11:10 AM on March 25, 2013  

“Mr. Jolie” lololol

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abe is doing it?!!

Posted at 10:43 AM on March 25, 2013  

psssssst: Skully Pitt?

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