Zombieland 2 Poster Confirms Sequel Name And How Much The Cast Has Changed
It's been so long since Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin graced the big screen in the comedy Zombieland.
But we're getting closer to the highly anticipated sequel, which has just had it's name revealed in a new poster: Zombieland Double Tap.
The name refers to one of Colombus' (Esienberg) 32 rules in surviving in a zombie apocalypse.
Number two is the 'double tap', meaning never assume a zombie is dead after just one bullet, always pump them with a bit more lead just to make sure they don't keep chasing you.
The big reveal was made on the Zombieland Twitter account, claiming the cast has achieved the best 10-year challenge. Apart from Breslin, who plays Little Rock, none of the main characters have changed one bit.
Woody Harrelson obviously wouldn't have changed that much considering he was well into adulthood when the original debuted in 2009, but you'd think maybe Eisenberg or Stone would have been a tiny bit different.
Some of the plot details for the Double Tap have been (admittedly unofficially) announced. That said, even that should be enough to set the pulses of anyone who saw the original flick racing.
Well, SuperBroMovies.com think that they know a bit about what is going to happen throughout the new film. See what you think.
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So, if you remember, the first film focused on Tallahassee (Harrelson), Wichita (Stone), Little Rock (Breslin), and Columbus (Eisenberg).
They've decided to set up camp in slightly more salubrious surroundings. Basically, they're in the White House. However, all is not well in the group as Wichita and Columbus get embroiled in a big fight, which causes Little Rock to jump ship with a guy called Berkeley, played by Avan Jogia.
Obviously, the rest of the gang set off to rescue her and get into many zombie-related scrapes along the way.
Speaking of zombies, there are a few new ones to note. According to the same source, there are some different types of undead feeding machine to look out for.
'Homers' who are really thick, 'Hawkings' who are really smart, and 'Ninjas' who presumably are really good a fighting and possibly do backflips and shit like that.
They also seem set to run into a female zombie hunter extraordinaire who will act as a rival - and possible love interest - for Tallahassee.
Although this is pretty succinct information, it's worth remembering that it might not turn out to be exactly like that. They're running a pretty tight ship, to be honest. We actually don't know that much.
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