The Dead Don't Die (2019)
Written and directed by Abe Forsythe, Little Monsters stars Lupita Nyong'o as Miss Caroline, a daycare leader taking a group of children to a petting zoo but when a zombie outbreak begins, she finds herself protecting said children from the flesh-eaters - alongside a washed-up musician, played by Stephen Peacocke, and a kids show personality, played by J
The Dead Don't Die prides itself in having collected the "greatest zombie cast ever disassembled." That ensemble includes Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chloë Sevigny, Tilda Swinton, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Rosie Perez, Iggy Pop, Sara Driver, RZA, Selena Gomez, Carol Kane, Austin Butler, Luka Sabbat, and Tom Waits.
A trio of bonus features are shared across all formats so there are no exclusives to worry about. They are:
Bill Murray: Zombie Hunting Action Star – Bill Murray discusses his fear of being typecast as an action hero.
Behind-the-Scenes of The Dead Don’t Die – A collection of behind the scenes moments from the set
Universal City, California, July 25, 2019 – A quiet town finds itself under attack from the undead with the greatest zombie cast ever disassembled in the comedy, The Dead Don’T Die, arriving on Digital on September 3, 2019 and on Blu-rayTM, DVD and On Demand on September 10, 2019 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Showcasing exclusive bonus features not seen in theaters including insight from the cast and filmmakers, as well as a closer look at the making of the film that takes fans deeper into this “giddy apocalypse with no way out”. Starring Academy Award®† winner Bill Murray, Adam Driver and Chloë Sevigny, Thedead Don’T Die is a “hilariously fun” and irreverent film unlike any you’ve seen before.
It was previously reported Harry Styles and Ansel Elgort were the frontrunners for the Elvis biopic. While Baz Luhrmann was impressed with everyone who tested to play Elvis on the big screen, it was Austin Butler who checked all the right boxes for the director. Luhrmann released a statement and had this to say about casting Austin Robert Butler.
"I knew I couldn't make this film if the casting wasn't absolutely right, and we
This year, a majority of the summer blockbusters have been major let downs. Movies like Men In Black: International, Shaft, Anna, Ma, Dark Phoenix, The Dead Don't Die and Godzilla: King of the Monsters were all met with horrendously negative reviews from critics and audiences alike. We've only seen a few decently good summer blockbusters so far this year,
Ansel Elgort is perhaps best known for co-starring with Shailene Woodley in the romantic drama The Fault in Our Stars and as the titular character in Baby Driver. Butler just recently hit the big screen in the zombie comedy movie The Dead Don't Die and will next be seen in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
That is not to say that that The Dead Don't Die is a bad film - it has a tremendous cast, some genuinely funny gags, and manages to evoke the spirit of Romero at several points - but it does feel curiously disinterested in its subject and suffers for this. Occasionally we feel like th
Just one decade after George Romero created the modern day zombie in Night of the Living Dead, spoofs arrived, and those spoofs eventually turned into zombie movies that were bitingly funny but maintained the socio-economical undertones of Romero's classic masterpieces. With some fantastic films in the genre, here are 10 zombie movies that will make you die laughing.
The score to the The Dead Don't Die is a true expression of where SqÜRl stand at the center of a decade of sonic exploration. It is the culmination of their passion for analog synths, with guitar violence reverberating from the darker corners of Americana. It is at once a tribute to the classic sounds of horror and sci-fi, as well as a decapitation of traditional film scores. It is naturally supernatural.
From their arsenal of tools, Jim Jarmusch and Logan
“Oh, the best of American cinema of the last decade, probably, for me, is ‘Twin Peaks: The Return,’ an 18-hour film that is incomprehensible and dreamlike in the most beautiful, adventurous way,” Jarmusch said. “That is a masterpiece. Why can’t they just give David Lynch whatever money he needs?
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Written and directed by Jim Jarmusch, and produced by Joshua Astrachan and Carter Logan,
The Secret Life of Pets 2 was able to secure the second position this weekend after bringing in $23.8 million. Since debuting two weeks ago, the animated family sequel has earned over $154.5 million globally. Disney's live-action adaptation of Aladdin came in at number three this weekend after bringing in $16.7 million. The remake was not received well initially from the promotional material, but it has been a solid earner
The weekend is down significantly compared to last year when Incredibles 2 bowed with a record-shattering $182.6 million opening and next weekend will turn to Pixar once again, looking to Toy Story 4 to turn the tide.
Sony's release of Men in Black International debuted with a disappointing $28.5 million from 4,224 locations. By comparison, this is the lowest opening in the franchise by over $20 million as all three of the previous installments opened with over $51 million.
The $110 million production joins a slew of recently released sequels to not only under-perform based on pre-weekend expectations, but severely under-performing based on previous films in the franchise. Entering the weekend the film received mostly negative reviews and
"I'm actually done [with the album]. I'm just relieved, 'cause it took me four years now to even feel at a good place with this album because I had such huge moments that happened in my life personally," she explained of her recent hiatus from the music industry. "How was I gonna capture that? How was I gonna actually feel good about what I was saying?
The other common denominator in his eclectic filmography is his collaborators. The director has assembled a team of offbeat musicians, serious actors, and acclaimed crew members that keep coming back to his projects.
With the release of “The Dead Don’t Die,” we looked back at Jarmusch’s past collaborators who returned for the film.
When the smoke clears and the very last episodes of The Walking Dead finally air, it might be a prudent idea for filmmakers and TV creatives out there to call a halt on anything related to zombies, walkers, wights, ghouls, and whatever other names they’ve come up in the last decade and a half. Horror’s most popular modern subgenre has almost certainly run its course, with the living dead having used up and burnt out every possible scenario and metaphor thrown at them.
Into this creative rut comes Jim Jarmusch and The Dead Don’t Die, the iconoclastic director’s attempt to both play around in and satirize the concept of the reanimated dead and what they could mean to us today. But one thing is for sure: They
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