Prepare yourselves to be amazed by the trailer of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. The upcoming horror movie feels like a 28 Days Later reboot in 19th century England, with the characters of Jane Austin’s classic novel.
The movie is in fact based on parody novel authored by Seth Grahame-Smith who has listed Jane Austin as co-author of the book. It is somewhat fascinating to see the sisters as bad-ass zombie killerswhile at the same time, trying to get married as best possible. Now that’s what I call an alternate universe.
A mysterious plague has fallen upon 19th century England, Elisabeth Bennet- master of martial arts and weaponry she unites with zombie killer Mr.Darcynon the blood-soaked battlefield to rid the country of the zombie menace and discover their true love for one another.
Lena Headey as Lady Catherine de Bourgh, Lily James as Elizabeth Bennet, Charles Dance as Mr. Bennet, Douglas Booth as Mr. Bingley, Sam Riley as Mr. Darcy, Matt Smith as Mr. Collins and Jack Huston as Mr. Wickham.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is directed by Burr Steers. Premieres on 5 February 2016.
Starring in Paper Towns are Cara Delevigne as Margo Routh Spiegelman, Natt Wolff as Quentin “Q” Jacobsen who acted in The Fault in Our Stars which also was based on a novel written by John Green, Halston Sage as Lacey Pemberton, Austin Abrams as Ben Starling, Justice Smith as Radar and Cara Buono as Connie Jacobsen.
Paper Towns is based on a young adult novel by John Green, story about a high school student Quentin Jacobsen who’s in love with his childhood friend Margo Routh Spiegelman. One month before the graduation, Margo shows up to Qunetin’s bedroom window. She has revenge mission on a group of people who hurt her during high school. Margo needs someone and more importantly a car to complete her tasks. The next day she doesn’t come to school, Margo loved mysteries so much she became one, leaving behind clues for Q. The mystery leads Q and his friends on an adventure, he realizes that to find Margo first he must find deeper understanding of friendship and love.
Endless Love is remake of the movie from 1981 starring Brooke Shields and Martin Hewitt. This time Gabriella Wilde plays the privileged high class girl that falls in love for an ordinary but charismatic David played by Alex Pettyfer (Magic Mike). Of course her parents, especially the father (Bruce Greenwood) feels that his daughter should choose someone else.
The movie is directed by Shana Feste and premieres on Valentines Day 2014. Judging by the trailer the movie does look rather good, wonder which one will be accepted better, Endless Love or Vampire Academy which also premieres on Valentine. The movie doesn’t have an official site yet, instead you can visit the facebook page at /endlesslove.
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