Friday, January 29, 2010

"Zombieland" Deleted Scenes & Special Feature Clips

    Jesse Eisenberg plays Columbus in "Zombieland".Emma Stone plays Wichita in "Zombieland".Abigail Breslin plays Little Rock.

    Nerdy college student Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) has survived the plague that has turned mankind into flesh-devouring zombies because he's scared of just about everything. Gun-toting, Twinkie-loving Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) has no fears. Together, they are about to stare down their most horrifying challenge yet: each other's company. Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin co-star in this double-hitting, head-smashing comedy.

    Special Features:
    Ruben Fleischer filming Woody Harrelson (Tallahassee) in "Zombieland", September 2009.

    Commentary with Actors Woody Harrelson & Jesse Eisenberg, Director Ruben Fleischer, Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick
    Go Behind-the-Scenes with "In Search of Zombieland"
    "Zombieland is Your Land" - The zombification of the United States
    Deleted Scenes
    Visual Effects Progression Scenes
    Theatrical Promo Trailers
    Woke Up Dead Episode "Up and At 'Em"
    "Beyond the Graveyard" Behind the Scenes Picture-in-Picture Track (Blu-ray only)
    movieIQ (Blu-ray only)
    PS3 Wallpaper (Blu-ray only)

    Zombieland featurette - Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Emma Stone.

    Columbus or Tallahassee?

    1 – "At the end of the movie, it’s the hero versus the villain over stakes. Very close, but I’d go with Columbus. He clashes most directly with the zombies over the stakes characters (Wichita and Little Rock).

    2 – The hero changes the most from the start to the finish. I’m still undecided on this one. Perhaps Tallahassee, by a hair.
    3 – The hero is like the villain, but with a moral centre. Definitely Tallahassee. Zombies destroy without reason, love blood and guts, and have one-track minds (brains!). What’s Tallahassee like? He destroys without reason, loves blood and guts, and has a one-track mind (twinkies!). The only difference between the two, apart from a pulse, is that Tallahassee has a moral centre.
    4 – The hero drives the action. Again very close, but I’d say Columbus makes most of the decisions. (Notably, to save the girls from the amusement park).

    5 - The hero is willing to sacrifice the most in Act 3. Tallahassee has something of a death-wish, and killing zombies is what he lives for. Columbus on the other hand hates danger, and has to face his worst nightmare – the clown zombie. I’d say Columbus.

    In my book, Columbus emerges as the main character, but that doesn’t mean that Tallahassee’s character isn’t developed enough that he couldn’t be".

    Jake Gyllenhaal and Reese Witherspoon on the set of 'Nailed' In Columbia, South Carolina, May 2009.

    "Catawba County grandmother Joan Schuermeyer woke up beside heartthrob Jake Gyllenhaal last year.

    The 67-year-old was working as an extra when she fell asleep on the set of "Nailed", a big-name production with money problems that kept it out of theaters.

    Stars Gyllenhaal, Tracy Morgan and Paul Reubens posed around the sleeping senior actress for a funny photo. Reubens (better known as Pee-wee Herman) was nice enough to e-mail Schuermeyer a copy.

    Schuermeyer scored about three seconds in the official trailer for "Zombieland," a Woody Harrelson horror-meets-comedy flick due out Oct. 9. She's the gray-haired woman who drops a baby grand piano on a zombie in pursuit.
    The retired day-care owner and substitute teacher got another taste of celebrity in "Halloween II," set to open Friday. A casting agent with the movie called her after seeing Schuermeyer in "Zombieland."In a photo she took with director, producer, writer and heavy metal musician Rob Zombie, she has bloodied eyes courtesy of a makeup artist". Source:
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