A ‘Zombieland’ Sequel Is Suddenly A Top Priority For Sony Pictures



On Thursday, the beloved and surprisingly lucrative undead action comedy Zombieland turns five years old, as Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg became unlikely big screen partners on Oct. 2, 2009. The film eventually earned $102 million at the box office, so naturally there was plenty of talk about bringing Harrelson, Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin back for a sequel, but by 2011 Eisenberg was sounding hesitant about his involvement while questioning the sequel’s “relevance,” and Harrelson claimed that despite his initial acceptance of the idea of Zombieland 2, he didn’t “feel like a sequels guy.” Then there was last year’s attempt at Zombieland: The TV Series on Amazon Instant Video and, well, we obviously haven’t heard about it since the pilot.

All of the sudden, though, Sony Pictures is hellbent on raising Zombieland 2 from the dead. According to Deadline’s exclusive – that includes one of the worst…

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