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WATCH: 'Warm Bodies' more '16 Candles' than 'Twilight', says director Jonathan Levine!

WATCH: 'Warm Bodies' more '16 Candles' than 'Twilight', says director Jonathan Levine!

"I basically replaced Michael Anthony Hall with a zombie" says Warm Bodies director Jonathan Levine by way of explaining that his girl-meet-corpse rom-com has more in common with John Hughes body of work than the Twilight saga.

I was on the red carpet Friday night for the New York premiere — which was hosted by The Cinema Society and Artistry — where I also spoke with star Nicholas Hoult.  How did the former Skins star perfect his zombie run?  Hours on the treadmill!  In fact, when friends stopped by his flat — Hoult is British — he says they took one look at him and said "this guy needs to take a break"!  Nope, that's not fatigue, that's zombie reflexes!

Hoult's co-star Teresa Palmer was also in attendance, and her favorite thing about Warm Bodies is that it helps the uber popular zombie genre evolve in unexpected ways.  That's right, we can't watch The Walking Dead forever - or can we...?

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Sundance Diary: Aussie Thriller Wish You Were Here Opens Fest in ‘Excruciating’ Style

Wish You Were Here

That was excruciating,” exhaled director Kieran Darcy-Smith as the lights came up on the Sundance opening night premiere of his first feature, the Australian dramatic thriller Wish You Were Here. The theater buzzed with appreciation, sure enough, and the film’s emotional blows strike as sharply thanks to strong performances by Joel Edgerton and Felicity Price. But movies like these almost always prompt that irksome question: Are we all at risk of suffering a case of the film festival goggles?
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