Adaptation #35: I Am a Zombie Pregnant with Importance

header035After seeing Jonathan Levine’s film Warm Bodies, the hosts discuss its merits as a film as well as its differences from the original novel. They also spend some time debating the cheese factor, the attractiveness of Rob Corddry and R’s hipster-emo tendencies.

Also check out our episode on the novel by Isaac Marion!

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SHOW NOTES:

Music: Hungry Heart by Bruce Springsteen

Upcoming Films

Jack the Giant Slayer

-Mar 1 (US) Mar 22 (UK)

-Starring: Nicholas Hoult, Ewan McGregor, Stanyley Tucci, Bill Nighy and Warwick Davis

-Based on a Cornish fairy tale

Oz the Great and Powerful

-Mar 8 (US and UK)

-Starring: Mila Kunis, James Franco, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams

-A prequel to L Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Covered book and 1939 film on episode #34

Main Discussion

Warm Bodies

-Feb 1 (US), Feb 8 (UK)

-Screenwriter and Director: Jonathan Levine

-Starring: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer Rob Corddry, and John Malkovich

Based on Isaac Marion’s 2010 novel Warm Bodies, covered on our podcast episode #32

Which was based on his short story ‘I am a Zombie Filled with Love’

Stay tuned for episode #36 on Richard Lagravenese’s film Beautiful Creatures!
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