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Warm Bodies Doesn’t Look Like Twilight With Zombies After All [Trailer]

When I first heard about Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies I thought it was Twilight with zombies instead of vampires. It’s about a zombie and a human who fall in love and it just happens to come from Summit Entertainment, the Twilight studio. That’s all well and good but then I watched the trailer and now I might actually want to see it. Why? Not only is it funny (on purpose) but it adds an interesting layer to the zombie mythos and I’d like to see how it plays out. Take a look for yourself. The film stars Nicholas Hault, Teresa Palmer, and John Malkovich.


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  • Nicole Adelle Rich

    that actually does not look like it will suck too much. huh.

  • R.O.U.S.

    Well color me intrigued! Sounds awful… looks… pretty good.

  • Amanda Murphy

    I’m actually excited to see this. I thought it seemed interesting but now seeing proper footage I’m almost confident that it won’t be a total bomb.

  • Lazy Laser Liz

    Meeehhhhh, I read this book not too long ago and I can only describe it as so-so. Trailer looks interesting though, maybe I’ll like the movie more. (Crazy, I know)

  • ALittleBitNerdy

    This actually looks funny and interesting! And hey, even if the girl is a Mary Sue, we can see from this trailer that she’s much more active than Bella Swan – she’s even got a gun!

  • Helen

    This actually looks really cute

  • Anonymous

    I’m so intrigued I watched the trailer twice. Romance, Guns, Zombies… sounds like my kind of valentines day movie!

  • Emerald White

    When I first heard about this I wasn’t too sure how I felt.. But it actually looks like it could be pretty good.

  • Adam R. Charpentier

    Since everyone likes fighting about this sort of thing, Analeigh Tipton has been cast as Nora, a character that is described in the book as having dark (African American or other, I don’t recall) skin.

  • obscurebookwyrm

    I read the novel this is based on and loved it. Looks like they’re doing a faithful (if slightly more lighthearted) movie adaptation. Can’t wait to actually see it!