Paramount released another trailer for Overlord, the supernatural Nazi zombie thriller directed by Julius Avery. Set during World War II, American paratroopers go on a mission to infiltrate a Nazi base. Little do they know that the serum that Nazi scientists are creating could turn any mortal into a mindless zombie. And in this trailer, we get to see plenty of Nazi zombies. Check out the trailer here below.
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for Overlord from producer J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot Productions.
The movie is a supernatural World War II horror, which for a long while was thought to be a part of the Cloverfield series. Abrams, however, recently said that while it is “batshit crazy,” it’s actually not related to the Cloverfield universe.
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Oh, you didn’t think Quentin Tarantinopitching an idea for a new Star Trek movie to J.J. Abrams that he might end up directing couldn’t get any stranger? Sit with me for a moment, my friends. Here, I made you some nice cocoa. Marshmallows are there on the table if you like. Careful now, it’s a bit hot.
Everything about this was unexpected, of course. But one of the things that made it especially surprising was the part about Tarantino possibly directing. Not only has he never made a big blockbuster type movie—he’s only made eight movies total with a ninth on the way, and there’s been whispers of him potentially retiring from filmmaking after his 10th—but each and every one of his films has been R-rated. Star Trek movies, as you’re likely aware, are not R-rated.
But never fear, Tarantino fans. As it turns out, even Star Trek is R-rated when it comes from Quentin. In fact, it was one of his requirements.
A release date has been set for Overlord, which is described as a supernatural World War II thriller.
An October 26, 2018 release date has been locked in for the movie, which comes from Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot. Starring is Jovan Adepo (Fences, The Leftovers) and Wyatt Russell (22 Jump Street, Everybody Wants Some!!). Directing is Julius Avery (Son of a Gun), from a scrip penned by Billy Ray (The Hunger Games, Captain Phillips) and Mark L. Smith (The Revenant, Vacancy).