Watch the First 4 Minutes of ‘Warm Bodies’

Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer star in director Jonathan Levine's undead romance about a zombie who falls for his victim's girlfriend.
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Watch the First 4 Minutes of ‘Warm Bodies’

Summit Entertainment has debuted the first four minutes of their zombie romance Warm Bodies, directed by Jonathan Levine (50/50). Nicholas Hoult stars as R, a zombie who starts to feel human again after falling for the girlfriend (Teresa Palmer) of one of his victims. Take a look at the opening moments of this undead love story, also starring John Malkovich, Analeigh Tipton, Rob Corddry, and Dave Franco.

Warm Bodies was released February 1st, 2013.


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  • David-B-Hall • 2 years ago


    I imagine its a reference to what those that are still alive call them.

    I think its a pretty fresh take on the whole zombie story that we have all come to love.

    But then again it's hard to judge a movie on 2 trailers and 4 minutes of film.


    • SpaceCowboy • 2 years ago

      Has a really DRY sense of humor. I can tell that much for sure. Still open-minded about the idea despite how hard it's trying. Sorry for nitpicking, but how does he know "THEY call these guys 'Bonies'" when no one can talk? Did someone have an almost conversation with him by nudging toward the Bonies calling them that? I guess it doesn't matter.


      • redcameraman • 2 years ago

        Not interested. This movie looked incredibly cheesy from the trailer.


        • gresynus • 2 years ago

          What was Malkovich thinking? Then again, he did do Eragon (so to speak) and that was a great movie! (read: sarcasm)


          • bawnian-dexeus • 2 years ago

            I rather keep my 4 minutes


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