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    Review: 'World War Z' Starring Brad Pitt

    "World War Z" was always going to be a difficult nut to crack. The book of the same name, by son-of-Mel Max Brooks, was a bestseller a few years back, and a somewhat atypical one; a brainy, grim faux oral history of a zombie apocalypse that wiped out most of the world's population. It made enough of...

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    Watch: Lots Of New Footage From 'World War Z' In Music Video For Muse's "Isolated System"

    When you think of the zombie apocalypse, the fist-pumping, arena rock stylings of Muse might not be the most immediate musical match you make in your mind, but somehow those two things come together in video "Isolated System," cut to lots of new footage from "World War Z."

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    First 'World War Z' Reviews Land Plus New Pics & TV Spot

    In just a couple of weeks, Paramount will finally be unleashing "World War Z" into theaters, and it will be up to audiences to decide if the movie was a multi-million dollar folly that even extensive reshoots or rewrites couldn't save, or a thrilling summer movie that delivers the goods, no matter i...

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    Watch: New 'World War Z' Clip Advises You To Stay In Your Car Plus New Pics

    The teaser are now coming hard for "World War Z," but thus far, it merely seems to be extended moments we've seen in the trailer. Earlier today we got a look at Brad Pitt debating leaving his family to go fight zombies, and we get the same moment we've been watching year now, with The Riddle That Wi...

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    Watch: The World Faces Disaster In New Clips From 'World War Z' & 'The Is The End'

    Next month sees the release of two wildly different takes on the apocalypse: the serious-blockbuster take of “World War Z” and the star-studded comedic take of “This is the End.” Now, two clips from the films have arrived online so lock yourself in your bunker and check them out below.

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    Brad Pitt Faces A Zombie Apocalypse In New Pics, Banners & Poster For 'World War Z'

    With less than a month to go, Paramount has unleashed a blitzkrieg of “World War Z” marketing materials upon an unsuspecting world: TV spots, magazine profiles and now even more posters and stills.

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    Watch: New Featurette Explains The Tech Of "Pacific Rim,' Plus 3 New TV Spots For 'World War Z'

    Oh summer, it isn’t enough that you bring scorching heat outside but you also bring scorching heat -- in the form of fireballs hurtling at your face in 3D -- to the inside. That’s right folks, in case you didn’t notice the two sequels leading the box office this week, tentpole season is here and the...

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    Moscow Film Fest Announces Lineup; Will Open With 'World War Z'

    Marc Forster's anticipated summer blockbuster "World War Z" will open the 35th edition of the Moscow International Film Festival. The Brad Pitt-led film will screen at the festival on June 20th, the day before it opens Stateside.

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    Does 'World War Z' Need To Make $400 Million To Break Even? Vanity Fair Looks At The Runaway Brad Pitt Zombie Movie

    Paramount must be annoyed. Just a few weeks after the Entertainment Weekly piece on the much-maligned Brad Pitt-starring "World War Z" zombie movie played down the signal to noise on the “troubled production,” Vanity Fair has jumped into the fray dredging up more of the dirt on this runaway-freight-...

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    The Most Anticipated Blockbusters Of The 2013 Summer Season

    Ah, summer. That time of year marked by long days, short skirts, and the application of sunscreen. It’s the season where even the most hardened cineaste can put aside their Criterion Collection discs, if only for a moment, and get excited about the jazzy, visual effects-driven blockbusters coming do...

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