2nd Update: Apparently this is sort of a “technical error” launch on Amazon’s part. The link says you “own” the video and can play it, but it doesn’t actually play the file. Make no mistake, this is the page where it we’ll be. We’re now hearing that this will be out Friday (tomorrow). We’ll update when that happens.
This came almost out of nowhere (sans yesterday’s hint) Amazon Studios’ “Zombieland” pilot is… out! For free on Amazon! Right HERE! Right now this apparently only works for US residents.
Also, I haven’t seen it yet so it might be great, but if there’s an option to vote for the show’s future (as previously reported) – go ahead and do it. You know how much better shows get after the pilot.
The show is based on the hit Columbia Pictures movie of the same name, and finds four survivors outwitting zombies and searching for a place to call home. The Zombieland pilot comes from the feature film’s original creative team, writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (G.I. Joe: Retaliation, The Joe Schmo Show), and producer Gavin Polone (Gilmore Girls, Curb Your Enthusiasm). Eli Craig (Tucker and Dale vs. Evil) is directing the pilot.
The part of Tallahassee is played by Kirk Ward (The Island), Maiara Walsh (Desperate Housewives, Switched at Birth,) is Wichita, Tyler Ross (Milkshake) is Columbus, and Izabela Vidovic has the role of Little Rock.
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