(RADiUS | TWC | Getty Images)50/50 and Warm Bodies writer/director Jonathan Levine's first feature, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, debuted in 2006 at the Toronto International Film Festival. It's taken seven years, but the film finally has a tentative release date. Collider posted a press release today stating RADiUS and The Weinstein Company have acquired the rights and will debut the film for audiences in late summer.Starring a 19-year-old Amber Heard in the title role, All the Boys Love...Read Full Story
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Despite some potential, Warm Bodies tries to do too many things at once, and none of them work.
Warm Bodies is the result of a great question: When does a zombie cease being human? These monsters used to be people, so it stands to reason some humanity may be trapped inside somewhere. The problem with Warm Bodies is it doesn't know what it wants to be. It has this great idea thanks to Isaac Marion's book, but it tries to...Read Full Story
From left: Jonathan Levine, Analeigh Tipton, and Dave Franco. (Photos by: Getty Images)In Warm Bodies, the new film from director Jonathan Levine, a zombie falls for a human and the world may not end after all thanks to the power of love. It's a hopeful message wrapped in a film that crosses genre lines. At once a romance, a horror, and a satire, Warm Bodies is an ambitious project for a filmmaker who's just beginning to come into his own.Levine's film sports a young, talented cast led by...Read Full Story