Dave Callaham

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You probably thought it was all over for more Zombieland, after the horrifically failed attempt to bring the franchise to the small screen blew up messier than a shotgun blast to a ripened zombie skull. Don’t give Zombieland 2 that double tap to the head just yet though. Sony has breathed new life into the sequel’s rotting carcass by bringing Godzilla and Expendables script writer Dave Callaham on board to draft a Zombieland 2 script with the help of director Ruben Fleischer. What does this all mean? (more…)

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And now I have a reason to give a damn. To say I’m leery about Hollywood’s second attempt at a Godzilla flick is an understatement. The big ‘G’ is a tricky thing to adapt, half the time the Japanese movies are iffy in their quality and they created the damn franchise. And I think we all remember the disaster of 1998’s Godzilla. Hell, even calling it Godzilla was a stretch because it just wasn’t.

As production begins on this Godzilla movie, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have released news of the final, principal cast, and this fills me with a little more hope. Ken Watanabe joins an already impressive cast, including Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, David Strathairn and Bryan Cranston. I mean, come on, that’s a rockin’ cast.

The film is shooting for a May 16th, 2014 release date and filming is now underway in Vancouver. The script includes the work of Max Borenstein, Frank Darabont and Dave Callaham, another solid line-up of talent. I just hope the script is cohesive. Gareth Edwards is directing.

All right, what are the odds this won’t suck? The addition of Watanabe is awesome, he better be the lead. Still no synopsis so it’s anyone’s guess what the plot will be.

Source: Cinema Blend

UPDATE! Only a few hours after we posted this article the first photos and video from the set of Godzilla have found their way online. Whew! Things are sure moving quickly. These images and video come courtesy of Godzilla-Movies and YVRShoots.

And here’s director Edwards first message from the set,

Source: CBM