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Brad Pitt: 'World War Z' Re-Shoots!

Brad Pitt: 'World War Z' Re-Shoots!

Brad Pitt puts his arm around a co-star on the set of World War Z on Thursday (November 15) in London, England.

The 48-year-old actor was filming re-shoots for the apocalypse flick, due out in theaters in June of next year.

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Here’s a synopsis: A U.N. employee is racing against time and fate, as he travels the world trying to stop the outbreak of a deadly Zombie pandemic.

Be sure to check out World War Z when it hits theaters on June 21, 2013.

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1,051 Responses to “Brad Pitt: 'World War Z' Re-Shoots!”

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  1. 1
    dreana Says:

    this crap has still not completed filming?? also what about the stories with his spoiled brats throwing food at a restaurant?? please defend that brangelina fans.

  2. 2
    Becky Says:

    AOH! Nice to see Brad again!!! What a gentleman!

  3. 3
    OlympusMons Says:

    Brad looks so handsome :) WWZ is gonna be awesome! Can’t wait.

  4. 4
    HAH Says:

    Yes I read about that too. Children shouldn’t be throwing food regardless if they shut the place down for themselves. So many charities they do for impoverished children yet their own have no decency. sad really. i thought they were better parents than that.

  5. 5
    awwww Says:

    Brad looks even hotter with blood on his face.

  6. 6
    somasoma Says:

    How come the story of their kids misbehaving and throwing food wasn’t reported here? People really have got to stop thinking brangelina are angels because they really need to control their kids in public places just like regular adults regardless of the # of zeroes in their bank account.

  7. 7
    a lurker Says:

    The story about kids misbehaving is just a lie from US magazine. Go read on gossip cop, they debunks the lie.

  8. 8
    rom Says:

    Get over it boring b*tches… They are invincible!!!!! hahahahah

  9. 9
    amanda Says:

    He’ll always been known as a cheater. Defend brangelina all you want but soon he’ll grown tired of her kinky ways. Someone who’s done the freaky stuff she’s done and continues to do gets old.

  10. 10
    Gun Says:

    Homeless guy hhhhhhh

  11. 11
    mrst Says:

    Love me some Brad with his sexy self…=)

  12. 12
    Gun Says:

    http://www.redeyechicago.com/news/markley/redeye-world-war-z-is-going-to-suck-20121114,0,538053.story

    z (November 14, 2012)

    Stephen Markley
    2:13 p.m. CST, November 14, 2012
    I warn you: the wrong nerd debate has broken out over the upcoming film “World War Z.”
    After the trailer debuted, I was dismayed beyond consolation. The highly anticipated Brad Pitt film based on the insanely popular book by Max Brooks, is going to be massively disappointing, and that disappointment will tip over to the point of it “sucking.”
    It takes a lot for a movie to suck. Most bad movies are just “Meh, I wish I hadn’t paid $11 to see that.” Because you can tell within five seconds of the majority of most movie previews that they will suck, you can filter them out, wait for them to hit your local Redbox or Netflix queue. It’s those movies that you actually anticipate, that you’ve been looking forward to, that earn the full degree of suckitude. “Prometheus,” for instance, is a great example: highly anticipated, backed by a ton of talent, and featuring a story that could have been written by a nine-year-old who just got into comic books.
    Based on the preview, it appears as if Brad Pitt, director Marc Foster, and writer Damon Lindelof (the guy who wrote “Prometheus” and “Lost”! Who sucks so completely his sucking blots out the sky!) have totally missed the point of Brooks’ original, entertaining, and thoughtful book.
    What made Brooks’ “World War Z” so clever was that it largely eschewed the zombie clichés that now litter the genre. Instead, it was written as an oral history of the zombie apocalypse in the vein of Studs Terkel. A legendary Chicagoan, Terkel is responsible for such classic oral histories as “The Good War”, “Working”, and my favorite, “Division Street.” They are books that uniquely capture history through the voices of the average people who experienced momentous events. The lesson throughout being that we are all living through momentous times whether we understand it or not.
    Brooks took Terkel’s formula and created a captivating thought experiment: how would history actually play out if zombies attacked? The result is dispassionate, fascinating, and focused not one hordes of zombies overtaking Manhattan but on how human civilization copes with this threat to its survival and the breakdown of all social order. In any context zombies serve as a metaphor for your preferred existential threat to civilization—global pandemic, climate change, nuclear holocaust—and therefore the most interesting aspect of any thoughtful zombie narrative is never the zombies. It’s what happens when you put the bugs in the bottle and shake it up.
    Brooks’ novel is full of particularly clever details and matter-of-fact analysis by survivors. They discuss the spread of zombiism, the implementation of corporal punishment in survivor camps, able-bodied humans cannibalizing each other when the food runs out.
    From the looks of the trailer, the film version of “World War Z” will be “I Am Legend” starring Brad Pitt instead of Will Smith: a high-octane summer action flick that runs on TV with the words “A high-octane summer action flick!” attributed to some anonymous reviewer from WXKR-Seattle. Yet the largest nerd debate that has broken out over the trailer is whether we nerds prefer “slow-moving zombies” like the classic Romero version or “fast-moving zombies” like the updated Boyle version.
    When nerds can’t even figure out the right debate to have, you know all is lost.

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  13. 13
    Gun Says:

    Boring

  14. 14
    herms Says:

    Marc Forster is officially a fuqing ******* with no vision

  15. 15
    a fan Says:

    Brad Pitt will always look gorgeous no matter what

  16. 16
    Hekku Says:

    Meet your new mom, kids!
    This one won’t nod off on you.
    Stop throwing pizza!

  17. 17
    tweet Says:

    ♔ Areeba Iqbal ♔ ‏@Areeba_IQBAL

    BRAD PITT was in HAYES TODAY? 😱 And I was at UNI?! 😭 FMMLLLL!💔

  18. 18
    Linden Says:

    Mireille Enos! Can’t wait for this movie to be released. Sounds exciting.
    Which tabloid did you guys get that information about children throwing food from? Is that supposed to be a big deal or something? I didn’t know children’s food fights are headline news.

  19. 19
    I wonder Says:

    How do they erase the massive bags under his eyes? I remember last year he was looking old as hell on the set of this movie but the trailer had him looking a lot shinier. Hmmmm he looks like old shiit here again.

  20. 20
    Truth Says:

    @Hekku: yeah , like he would get custody. Only in a loons dreams. Lmao

  21. 21
    Jolie Jux Clan Says:

    He looks more womanly than his awful wife Assholina Jolie.

  22. 22
    Truth Says:

    Btw I wonder is Me. Haha! I’m baaaaaaaack to give the truth on Pittstain and his massive baggage and wrinkles, about 100 million is spent on cgi for His face alone.

    Shout out to Tamsin. Wut up gal?

  23. 23
    a lurker Says:

    crdt brangelinaforum
    http://www.uxbridgegazette.co.uk/west-london-news/local-uxbridge-news/2012/11/15/brad-pitt-filming-in-hayes-113046-32241746/

    Brad Pitt filming in Hayes?
    Nov 15 2012 By Jack Griffith

    TWITTER is buzzing with rumours that Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt is filming in Hayes.

    The Academy Award-winning actor, who now lives in Richmond with fiancee Angelina Jolie, is currently filming reshoots for blockbuster Zombie epic World War Z, and people claim to have spotted the superstar in Hillingdon, with some uploading grainy photos taken on camera phones.

    The exact location is unknown, although one Twitter user said that it was taking place near the Brookhouse pub, in Kingshill Avenue, Hayes. Others say he was papped in Northolt.

    Mr Pitt is no stranger to the borough. He left Ruislip Manor shoppers wide-eyed after popping into HGB Motorcycles, in Park Way, and nearby Daytona Motorcycles, in Windmill Hill, back in May.

    Can you confirm the rumours, and did you spot him? Do you have any pictures? Send your images to jack.griffith@trinitymirror.com

  24. 24
    Truth Says:

    @Jolie Jux Clan: my gawd I haven’t seen her lately. She must look like poop warmed over if he looks better. Or is that another loon dream? Bwhahahaha

  25. 25
    wow Says:

    Brad looks great. WWZ looks epic. I can’t wait to see it.

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