Producers Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner say World War Z 2 will finally shoot in June with David Fincher still on board to direct.
David Fincher's Netflix series Mindhunter is getting in the way of World War Z 2.
David Fincher is still trying to lay out the story mythology for the upcoming sequel World War Z 2.
Johnny Depp and Robert De Niro failed to turn much of a profit when it comes to their movies over the past thirty years.
New Paramount Pictures chief Jim Gianopulos confirms that David Fincher is directing World War Z 2, which is in advanced development.
After months of speculation, Paramount is close to finalizing a deal with David Fincher to direct the long-gestating Word War Z 2.
Producer and Skydance Media CEO David Ellison is hoping to convince David Fincher to direct World War Z 2.
Paramount Pictures is unsure of what to do with World War Z 2 after pulling it from their release slate.
Paramount has pulled the World War Z sequel off its 2017 release date.
David Fincher is currently in talks to direct his longtime collaborator Brad Pitt in the languishing sequel World War Z 2.
Antonio Bayona will director Brad Pitt in a sequel to World War Z that continues the adventures of Gerry Lane.
Steve Knight is in the middle of writing a World War Z sequel, and claims that it's not quite like the other.
Brad Pitt will return in a sequel to his 2013 hit World War Z, which is being directed by J.A. Bayona.
This fantasy adaptation is based on Patrick Ness' novel about a young boy who escapes into a fantasy world filled with monsters.
He replaces original director Marc Forster. Brad Pitt is still attached to star in and produce this follow-up.
Producer-star Brad Pitt is still going through ideas for the sequel. The original zombie thriller took in over $530 million worldwide this summer.
Check out this scene from the Unrated Blu-ray starring Brad Pitt and Mireille Enos, available now!
Starring alongside Brad Pitt in this thriller, the actress takes us behind-the-scenes, on Blu-ray and DVD now.
Visual effects supervisor Scott Farrar and science writer Carl Zimmer break down the herd mentality of the walking dead in director Marc Forster's thriller.