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Cold Body, Warm Heart
Directed By
Jonathan Levine
Written By
Jonathan Levine (screenplay), Isaac Marion (novel)
Produced By
David Hoberman
Todd Lieberman
Bruna Papandrea
Executive Producer
Cori Stern
Nicolas Stern
Laurie Webb
Country
USA
Language
English
Release Date
February 1, 2013
Rating
Rating PG-13
Distributed By
Summit Entertainment
Gross
TBD

Warm Bodies is a zombie romance film based on the novel of the same name by Isaac Marion. It is set for release on February 1st, 2013.

Plot SummaryEdit

R is a zombie. After a zombie apocalypse, he shambles across an America filled with collapsed buildings, rusted cars, shattered windows, and abandoned high-rises. He can only grunt or moan and craves human brains to get high on their memories. After eating the brains of a suicidal teen, R is overcome with love for the teen's companion, Julie Grigio. R rescues Julie from his zombie pack and takes her back to his lair. They eventually form a bond with each other and the two form a special relationship that teeters on the brink of insanity as they try and survive. Slowly, R starts becoming more and more human and sets off a chain reaction that starts turning others too. Julie eventually leaves, and R follows her back to Citi Stadium, the largest remaining human refuge where they face the truth. [1]

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Production NotesEdit

  • The studio behind The Twilight Saga, Summit Entertainment, is backing the film. *The zombies don’t really talk in the film, so extensive voice-over will be used to express their thoughts.
  • Director Levine sought to expand the zombie mythology by making the zombies better looking than in other films.
  • Warm Bodies began shooting in Montreal in September 2011.[2]

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