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2009's Zombie comedy looks to be giving up its sequel hopes, and turning its eyes to television.
Originally conceived as a series, Fox is now looking to develop Ruben Fleischer's debut as such after THE WALKING DEAD has proved so fruitful, says The Hollywood Reporter. Original writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are returning to script, with plans to hit next season. No word on if any of the stars of the first are returning, but it's doubtful, especially with Emma Stone on the cusp of stardom.
The movie is a really, really good time, but will its tone stay fresh each week out? What do you think, care to see ZOMBIELAND on television? And might it be a good idea to keep something similar to those great opening credits of the film? They kind of work for a series, already.
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