The Buzz With Andy Burns: The Rules of Zombies…in 3D?

One of the highlights of this past year was just how great Zombieland was. It really just popped out of nowhere and managed to scare up some decent box office returns ($84 million worldwide on a $23 million budget) on its way to becoming the top grossing zombie film of all time. The flick is a great combination of horror and comedy, something quite rare these days, and it also put Woody Harrelson back on the map as a leading man.

It makes sense that with the films success that there would be talk of a sequel, and wouldn’t you know it, there is. Apparently all of the principles are eager to return (Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin) and the latest word is that the filmmakers are hoping to the 3D route for the next one. Let’s hope this turns out better than the last zombie flick that got the 3D treatment.

2 Replies to “The Buzz With Andy Burns: The Rules of Zombies…in 3D?”

  1. Hey Andy, cool blog. I wanted to reach out to you regarding the 2006 remake of “Night of the Living Dead 3D”.

    My company, PassmoreLab Studios, just recently restored and converted into 3D the original 1968 version of George Romero's “Night of the Living Dead”, which we call “Night of the Living Dead, Now in 3D!” and will become available in DVD in 2010.

    I know there is confusion out there with regard to our original converted film and the 2006 remake, which is unfortunate, but I wanted to get you the information.

    Many thanks.

    Steve
    PassmoreLab
    http://www.passmorelab.com/NOLD

  2. Hey Andy, cool blog. I wanted to reach out to you regarding the 2006 remake of “Night of the Living Dead 3D”.

    My company, PassmoreLab Studios, just recently restored and converted into 3D the original 1968 version of George Romero's “Night of the Living Dead”, which we call “Night of the Living Dead, Now in 3D!” and will become available in DVD in 2010.

    I know there is confusion out there with regard to our original converted film and the 2006 remake, which is unfortunate, but I wanted to get you the information.

    Many thanks.

    Steve Glum
    steve@passmorelab.com
    PassmoreLab
    http://www.passmorelab.com/NOLD

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