Today is the day that the Sony Pictures Releasing film “Zombieland: Double Tap” opens in theaters everywhere. Ardent readers know that I’ve discussed the film a few times here on the website and two posts that might be good ammunition going into the film fall to the Promotional Character Posters and the Red Band Trailer. Those posts will help build a good framework for the folks interested in seeing this early in the theatrical run. Let’s get one more look at the premise and casting and the neato Theatrical Poster before my editorial notes at the end.
Way back in July I shared the first Official Trailer for “Zombieland: Double Tap” and since this is a trailer post I will not link back to that one. I will share the Promotional Posters showcasing that we did HERE for the curious and now its onto the oft-dreaded “Red Band Trailer”. As you might have surmised, this is the type of trailer that is a little more intense than the ones you will see on the television between shows like “Batwoman” and “Supergirl” so let’s take a look shall we. Hold onto your closest love one or beloved pet and leave the lights on and door and windows locked.
It’s been a few months since we shared the OFFICIAL TRAILER for the upcoming “Zombieland: Double Tap” film and since they’ve just revealed a number of the promotional character posters, I figured it was as good a time as any to bring the topic back into our view. I’ll start off the fun by using the “Coming Soon” poster and the premise. Let’s go.
Back in July I offered up the first OFFICIAL TRAILER for the upcoming film “Zombieland: Double Tap” and while we wait for a second and longer trailer, we noticed this quick vignette being posted and are sharing it with you down below. Take a look and enjoy. This film will open in the middle of October.
Before I get into this one, I have to be honest that I am surprised that it took ten years to do a sequel to the fan favorite film “Zombieland”. I say this considering the overall popularity of the scenarios we find played out in a world plagued by a zombie apocalypse. Since “The Walking Dead” comic ended (discussed HERE) and the latest season left us all with worlds of sorrow based on what transpired, a good skull-cracking action comedy of Us against Them will be the perfect balm. Let’s take a look at the first clip from the October opening film “Zombieland: Double Tap”.