Jun/2019

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Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes and Sony have snapped up one of the original zombie stories left on the market. We’ve seen zombies make one hell of a surge in popularity the last few years, from the occasional horror flick, to being staples in TV series, even romantic storylines and we’ve seen the zombies fight aliens, humans, animals and all things in between, but not robots, yet and that is about to change.

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Enter the comic book team of artist Ashley Wood and writer Chris Ryall with ‘Zombies VS Robots‘. The premise is easy enough to follow. As always, it’s a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by hordes of rabid zombies starving for brains and there is only one living brain left on the planet, unfortunately that brain is in the body of the only surviving human, a baby girl. This is where the robots come into play as the baby’s protectors with an ultimate goal of cloning the child.

Andrew Adamson, director of the first 2 ‘Shrek‘ movies and ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and Prince Caspian’ is on deck to direct what has been titled ‘Inherit the Earth‘. JT Perry and Oren Uziel have worked on separate drafts of the script. Most recently, Adamson directed ‘Mr. Pip‘ starring Hugh Laurie.

 

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Mike "Viper" Metcalf:
I flew with your old man. VF-51, the Oriskany. You're a lot like he was. Only better... and worse. He was a natural heroic son of a bitch that one.
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell:
So he DID do it right.
Mike "Viper" Metcalf:
Yeah, he did it right... Is that why you fly the way you do? Trying to prove something? Yeah your old man did it right. What I'm about to tell you is classified. It could end my career. We were in the worst dogfight I ever dreamed of. There were bogeys like fireflies all over the sky. His F-4 was hit, and he was wounded, but he could've made it back. He stayed in it, saved three planes before he bought it.
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell:
How come I never heard that before?
Mike "Viper" Metcalf:
Well that's not something the State Department tells dependents when the battle occurred over the wrong line on some map.
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell:
So you were there?
Mike "Viper" Metcalf:
I was there. What's on your mind?
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell:
My options, Sir.
Mike "Viper" Metcalf:
Simple. First you've acquired enough points to show up tomorrow and graduate with your Top Gun class, or you can quit. There'd be no disgrace. That spin was hell, it would've shook me up.
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell:
So you think I should quit?
Mike "Viper" Metcalf:
I didn't say that. The simple fact is you feel responsible for Goose and you have a confidence problem. Now I'm not gonna sit here and blow sunshine up your ass, Lieutenant. A good pilot is compelled to evaluate what's happened, so he can apply what he's learned. Up there, we gotta push it. That's our job. It's your option Lieutenant. All yours.
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell:
Sorry to bother you on a Sunday, Sir, but thank you very much for your time.
Mike "Viper" Metcalf:
No Problem. Good luck.
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