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Alright buckle up because it was a HUGE news weekend for the undead…
When I saw a fake clip for When Harry Met Sally 2 online last Friday, my first thought was “What is this doing on all of the horror news sites?” After I watched it, I realized it was one of the greatest fake trailers I’ve ever seen. Check it out after the break. (Deadline)
There’s some great interviews that came out from the cast of The Walking Dead.
- Our favorite fictional sheriff Andrew Lincoln talks about the massive difference from being in British romantic comedies to playing a zombie killing leader on The Walking Dead. (The Guardian)
- Jon Bernthal, who plays Rick’s best friend Shane on the show, recently gave an interview as well. MASSIVE SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read it if you haven’t at least read volume one of the comic books. (Digital Spy)
Local campus games of Humans vs Zombies were popular this week as well.
- We’ve got a nice writeup, pics, and video (after the break) of an HvZ game at Geneva College. (Beaver County Times)
- One journalist gives a first hand account of just how scary HvZ can be if you’re not used to the event. (The Acorn)
The crew over at Deep Silver just announced a ton of information for their upcoming game Dead Island. There’s pictures, level information, and much, much more. (Dread Central)
If you’re living in some rental flats in Sutton, UK then you’ve got a good chance to be an extra in the upcoming movie Cockneys vs Zombies. (net-lettings.co.uk)
Check out these teaser images for the new comic book mini series Zombies vs Robots: UnderCity from IDW which will pick up where their Infestation crossover ends. (io9)
Sad news as another comic book movie looks to be dying prematurely. Zach Galifianakis has dropped out of the Dark Horse adaptation of R.I.P.D. which centers around an undead police department. Ryan Reynolds is still tentatively attached to the project, but recent rumors about a new director for the Deadpool movie and a Green Lantern sequel will undoubtedly pull him off as well. (Dread Central)
Here’s the pricing information and schedule for the first annual Zombie Prom in Chicago this year. (Buy Zombie)
After the break, watch Brandon Routh explain the rules of undead maintenance to Sam Huntington in this new Dylan Dog clip. (io9)