Even Choppers Aren’t Safe From the Zombies in New World War Z Clip

David Morse and Brad Pitt in World War Z (2013) Movie Image

Marc Forster’s “World War Z” is based on the book by Max Brooks, though not really. From the sounds of it, it only shares the title and a few cursory characters, but takes more of a “save the world” approach than the book. This, no doubt, is the result of having a superstar like Brad Pitt as your lead. After all, you don’t get Brad Pitt and have him sit behind a desk or going around asking people questions, right? That would totally be wasting Brad Pitt’s Brad Pittness.

Anyhoo. Check out the latest clip from “World War Z”, which seems to be the basis for that very cool scene from a previous poster featuring a chopper being pulled down by a literal string of zombies.

United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the globe in a race against time to stop a pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself.

Starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale, Anthony Mackie, Julia Levy-Boeken, Elyes Gabel, David Morse, and Sterling Jerins.

Choppers are going down this Friday, June 21, 2013.

Here are the previous clips for those who missed them:



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  • Kal-El-1983

    Ugh..why even call it World War Z if they completely go against everything Max Brooks wrote..that all might dollar must have got to Brooks

    • Malikye

      you’re right. Max must have gotten paid a huge amount – BUT, he is not promoting the movie. in fact, he is against it…

      http://litreactor.com/news/max-brooks-publicly-disses-world-war-z-movie

      “Why would I read this? This is not the movie you’re going to make,” Brooks said. “You’re going to do rewrites and reshoots. That’s what happens when you make a giant movie. My attitude is if you haven’t invited me in to contribute, then fine. Go make the movie you want to make and I’ll see it when it comes out.”