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'World War Z' has been delayed and Tom Cruise's 'One Shot' is taking its planned 2012 release date. Meanwhile, the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' reboot will hit theaters on Christmas Day 2013.
It seems that Paramount is taking a far departure from Max Brooks' novel for its adaptation of 'World War Z'. Read on to find out just how different the movie will be.
Kristen Stewart now has parents in 'Snow White and the Huntsman', Stacy Keach joins 'The Bourne Legacy', and Bryan Cranston is up for a role in 'World War Z'.
The first set pics for 'World War Z' feature a long-haired Brad Pitt as a U.N. worker investigating the aftermath of the zombpocalypse in Israel.
James Badge Dale is in talks to join the cast of 'World War Z', Anthony Mackie has signed on for 'Gangster Squad', and Alan Arkin looks to star in Ben Affleck's 'Argo'.
'The Killing' stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman look to join the big-budget 'World War Z' adaptation and the Ryan Reynolds/Denzel Washington thriller 'Safe House', respectively.
Now that a film adaptation of 'World War Z' has secured the necessary funding, it seems the project could actually begin production within the next month, with Brad Pitt still attached to star.
Amidst concerns that Paramount might have to cancel their upcoming adaptation of 'World War Z', several co-financiers have come forward to potentially breathe new life into the project.
Paramount no longer has the rights for a 'Dune' adaptation, but the studio is scrambling to secure proper financing for a cinematic treatment of 'World War Z'.
An IMDb page lists an unknown actor in some major upcoming film roles - including that of Robin/Dick Grayson in Nolan's Batman 3. Fans are not happy about it...
A movie version of the best-selling novel World War Z is moving forward with Brad Pitt now officially attached to play the lead.