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ZOMBIELAND Series to FOX?
Remember when Zombieland burst into theaters and it was like the best zombie movie you’d ever seen (except for Shaun of the Dead of course)? Well, how would you like to see Zombieland, but as a TV series on Fox? Ever since it became a huge hit, there has been talk of making a sequel to this zombie comedy, but now it looks like a television series is a more likely future for this could-be franchise.
Vulture brought the word that a half-hour version of Zombieland is in the works with original writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wenick on board and talks having started with Fox Broadcasting and Sony Picture Television. This situation is an interesting one when you know the history behind Zombieland, which was originally conceived as a TV show back in 2005. “We always thought [it should be a TV series],” said writer Reese. “If you watch the movie with that in mind, you will see some remnants of the television show. We have the ‘Zombie Kill of the Week,’ which was always intended to happen every week. The movie ends on a cliffhanger; it doesn’t have a real resolution.”
None of the original cast would be in television series, as they are way too famous for that type of thing, although in my opinion they should at least make cameos. Jesse Eisenberg and Emma Stone may not have become as famous as they have if it weren’t for Zombieland.