World War Z was premiered worldwide on 3 June, 2013 and welcomed by the audiences due to the incredible acting and great direction. The movie was based on the book “World War Z” written by Max Brooks. The movie was based on a zombie outbreak in the metropolitan areas around the world, and those bitten by the creatures become zombies themselves within a second. The direction was brilliantly given by David Fincher. Horrific, thrilling, and action packed- these terms completely defines the movie in a simple language.
Expected Release Date
Well, that leads to a tricky answer. Once, it was supposed to be released in 2017, but then the scene created a mess for the director and the date was taken off. Then the date was scheduled for 2018-2019, which again got reconsidered as Brad Pitt was bounded by the commitment of filming his collaboration with Quentin Tarantino and even the director got scheduled for the second season of his Netflix show “Mindhunter”. That was a quite rough journey to begin with the sequel of any film. Now, in 2020, the whole world is busy in filming the quarantined life, which made the release date a bit complicated to be delivered for the time.
World War Z 2: Cast
Until any confirmation is arrived, discussing about the cast would be a complete round off. According to the sources, Brad Pitt is in to reprise his role as Gerry Lane, a former UN investigator, and zombie fighter, in the sequel if it does happen. Gerry’s wife Karin Lane is likely to return too, which was played by Mireille Enos.
The audiences are really excited to see their favourite Brad Pitt, once again in the character of a fighter and great demand has been made to release the sequel as soon as possible.
World War Z 2: Plot Details
Earlier in the film, it was shown that Gerry discovered certain things about the zombies which leads to the conclusion that if they (zombies) think you were dying or sick, then they won’t harm you anyways, which helped in developing a vaccine.
On November 2017, David Fincher, the director of the film said, “A lot of stones have been laid. We’re just deconstructing it right now against the mythology that exists to see where we can go.” As the first film was an adaptation of a novel written by Max Brooks, which has so much to offer for the sequel as well.