World War Z is my favorite book of the last couple years. It's not really about zombies, though they play a big part of it. I think they started talking about this movie 3 or 4 years ago. I am excite. It looks like they've had to rework the plot to make it an action movie, but I'm into it.
The movie, based on Max Brooks' book, is finally getting going. I loved the book and am excited for the movie. Robert Richardson, who was the cinematographer on Kill Bill and Natural Born Killers, has begun work in London. Imagining how grisly Richardson will make this movie, based on his previous work, kind of makes me nervous.
As Boston Biker said, "You've been warned."
World War Z is the best book I've read in about forever. A fictional history of an event that happens in the future, WWZ touches on what I usually find missing in apocalyptic stories (and what I liked so much about Jericho): the breakdown of the state. Creative and clever, there are so many subtle references to events that could be further fleshed out in future stories.