More Malkovich in New Trailer for Jonathan Levine's 'Warm Bodies'
"We are their food source. They are not becoming vegan." Not one but two trailers finally gave us an interesting look at the adaptation of Warm Bodies, based on Isaac Marion's novel of the same name with Nicholas Hoult as a young zombie who seems to becoming human again as he falls for Julie, a beautiful survivor (Teresa Palmer). But Julie's father (John Malkovich) is leading a group hellbent on surviving and don't believe that these seemingly mindless carnivore zombies can be changing. There looks to be a great blend of quirky romantic comedy and horror action for a truly unique film coming in 2013. Watch it!
Here's the new trailer for Jonathan Levine's Warm Bodies originally from Yahoo:
Warm Bodies, written and adapted by Jonathan Levine from Isaac Marion's novel, stars Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, John Malkovich, Analeigh Tipton, Dave Franco and Rob Corddry. This "zombie love story" stars Hoult as R, a zombie who falls in love with Julie after he eats her boyfriend's brains and absorbs his memories. A genre-bending tale of love and transformation, Warm Bodies is a story about a boy who loves a girl… for more than just her body. Shooting was finished Montreal late last year, and Summit has delayed the release of Warm Bodies from this summer to February 1st, 2013 next year. Will you be seeing it?
Hah, nice twist on the zombie genre. Could be ok
Bibowski on Nov 30, 2012
i wasn't big on this because i couldn't see how the premise could work; but, this trailer has me convinced. i wanta see it!
beevis on Nov 30, 2012
Like it, seeing it.
Xerxexx on Nov 30, 2012
I love Jonathan Levine, but this just looks stupid.
Matt Peloquin on Nov 30, 2012
this trailer sold me finally. I'm in 😀
syntaxterror on Dec 1, 2012
Love the fact that their holding up Lucio Fulci's Zombie, one of the more exciting films from the genre.
marcusbrdunn on Dec 2, 2012
going 2 c warm bodies. love zombie movies and this one has a funny twist. I think I'm going to lmbo
Sheila Renslow on Dec 4, 2012
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