It's 2018 and we're still talking about a possible "Zombieland" sequel with a great deal of uncertainty, but a small bit of hope. Reese and Wernick also confirmed that the original Zombieland cast will be returning.
It looks like Zombieland 2 might be happening sooner rather than later with the writers teasing production and a release date...
In an interview with Vulture timed to the impending release of another sequel they penned, "Deadpool 2", writing duo Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick revealed that they're now hammering out the details to make "Zombieland 2" a reality - and it could have a very timely release date. "We don't know what you get someone for their tenth anniversary, but it may be a Zombieland 2.with the original cast, by the way". "Zombieland came out October of 2009".
Speaking to Vulture, Wernick shared: "We're going on the tenth anniversary of "Zombieland".
The film had a hand in propelling the likes of relatively new actors Stone and Eisenberg into their film careers.
Emma, 29, previously admitted she jumped at the chance to star in "Zombieland" after she read the script.
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'I don't expect it will be better but I'd like it to be as good, otherwise it would be disappointing'.
Going back: A TV show spin-off almost came to fruition in 2013 when a pilot episode by Amazon. To me, it was about the closest thing we've gotten on this side of the Pacific to a live action adaptation of Dead Rising. But just ten years ago, they were unknowns in Hollywood - that is, until a little movie called Zombieland came along.
She said: 'I had never done any action before and I'm not very good at running so that was hard.
'Other than that, it was just fun - learning how to shoot guns and pretending to be a badass'.
Would it even be possible to film such a sequel, 10 years later, that could both retain the charm of the original and round up an in-demand cast, especially where Stone and Harrelson are concerned?