Arnold Schwarzenegger Fathers Zombie Daughter in 'Maggie' Trailer
by Ethan Anderton
March 25, 2015
"There is life with you, not with me." The idea of Arnold Schwarzenegger starring in a drama called Maggie where he attempts to care for his daughter (Abigail Breslin) as she slowly turns into a zombie sounded like a promising concept, but also with the potential to be disastrous. However, a trailer for the indie that premiered at TIFF last year has just arrived, and this looks surprisingly good. It's very somber and serious, and not in a way that seems insincere or laughable. This has the potential to be Schwarzenegger's best film since he returned to acting. At the very least, it's an original zombie story in a tired genre. Watch?
Here's the first trailer for Henry Hobson's Maggie from YouTube:
You can still check out some first look photos from Maggie right here.
Maggie is directed by commercial director and title sequence designer Henry Hobson, making his feature filmmaking debut with a script from debut screenwriter John Scott 3 which made the Black List in 2011. Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in the film as Wade, a Midwestern U.S. farmer who stays with his beloved teenage daughter Maggie (Abigail Breslin of Little Miss Sunshine, New Year's Eve) as she slowly turns into a cannibalistic, flesh-eating zombie. Joely Richardson also stars in the film which premiered last year at the Toronto International Film Festival and the film hits limited theaters this summer May 8th. Interested?