World War Z could have 'many sequels': Brad Pitt
Hollywood star Brad Pitt says he would love to see many sequels to his zombie apocalypse film 'World War Z'.
London: Hollywood star Brad Pitt says he would love to see many sequels to his zombie apocalypse film 'World War Z'.
The 49-year-old actor is hopeful additional versions of the apocalyptic action film, based on the novel of the same name by Max Brooks, will be made if the debut movie is a success, because there is still plenty of material to use from the book, reported Contactmusic.
"It's set up for many sequels because the book is so dense with information and historical references, and it's an international story. There are so many things we could do with this - if it works. But we need this one to work - which we think it does," Pitt said.
Pitt, who played main character Gerry Lane and also produced the film, is confident the first movie can lead to a franchise because there are so many possible talking points that come up in it.
"I'm so fond of this film, because there are many interpretations that start arising. And I love that it starts that kind of dialogue, but more than anything, it's just the most intense thing you're going to see all summer," he added.
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Florence Pugh apologises for past cultural appropriation in wake of worldwide protests against racism
"Stupid doesn't even cut it. I was uneducated. I was unread... I cannot dismiss the actions I bought into years ago," said Florence Pugh in a letter.
The newspaper appealed a trial judge's ruling in 2019 that Geoffrey Rush was defamed by reports saying he had been accused of inappropriate behaviour by a co-actor
Justice League actor Ray Fisher says director Joss Whedon was 'gross, abusive, unprofessional' on film set
Ray Fisher added Joss Whedon's behaviour was enabled by producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg, although Berg has dismissed Fisher's accusation against them, calling it 'categorically untrue.'