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Zombieland

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Amazon.com’s Zombieland Pilot is a Real Thing That’s Happening, Here’s the Picture to Prove It

Attempts to get a Zombieland television show off the ground have been happening since before the movie was even conceived, but it’s taken the mercantile nature of growing online streaming video market to give it its best chance yet. Even so, when Amazon.com’s pilot of the show does air, it won’t get turned into a series unless it pulls enough eyeballs, so you should probably get used to the new actors playing the characters.

I asked Zombie Bill Murray whether he’d be appearing, but he said nobody would ever believe him.

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Things We Saw Today: This Star Wars Wedding Cake Is Most Impressive

Each tier of depicts a different scene: The bottom is Luke on Tatooine in a A New Hope (the groom’s been to that filming location), the middle is Leia meeting Wicket in Return of the Jedi (the bride’s been to that filming location), and the top is the wedding of Anakin and Padme in Attack of the Clones (they want to visit that filming location together). Visit That’s Nerdalicious for detail shots.

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The Zombieland TV Show is in the Hands of Amazon.com

Streaming digital video services like Netflix and Amazon Instant Video are on the forefront of what is widely considered (at least by folks with solid internet connections) to be the future of television and home video. Unfortunately it’s a nebulous place where, for example, the desires of those that Netflix needs to partner with in order for their service to be relevant have actively opposed interests (like wanting to sell expensive DVD box sets of television series season by season). And in its competition with Netflix to be the go to place to watch cable television shows online, it looks like Amazon may be stepping up its game into an arena that only Netflix had so far occupied: producing original content.

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Looks Like Zombieland Might be Getting that Television Show After All

Did you know that one of the conditions Woody Harrelson demanded for accepting his role in Zombieland was that director Ruben Fleischer go without eating dairy products for a week?

Did you know that Zombieland is the highest grossing zombie movie the United States has ever paid money for?

Did you know that it was initially going to be a television show?

Well, either way, it might reach that goal anyway.

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