The rise of an undead supermodel
We’ve seen zombies of all types over the last decade, but are you prepared for a film about an undead supermodel?
Daniel Hansford, one of the producers of Bronson (with Tom Hardy), is developing Abercrombie & Zombie, a zom-com (as you might have guessed) written and co-produced by Joanne Reay (Gallowwalker, Cold and Dark). Scott Weintrob is on board to direct this UK production and we’ve got a full synopsis to share.
ABERCROMBIE & ZOMBIE: The Life And Death And Death Of America’s First Zombie Supermodel is a tribute film to one of the greatest heroes of the Undead civil rights movement.
For too long, zombies were seen as second-class social dead-beats. Decades of struggle ensued before gray-skins gained a voice in politics, music and film. But it took a very special person to rise up from the grave and take on the greatest challenge of them all.
That person was born Norris Whiffle, a reality-show wannabe who died during an ambitious audition for Survivor. When Norris returned, he changed his name to Vincent Vango, in honor of that great Hispanic painter (yeah, we know) who didn’t find fame until after his death.
And so began the pursuit of his new dream – to become America’s first zombie supermodel. He may not have had much of a face. Nor much of a body remaining. But dammit, Vincent had balls.
We’ll keep you posted if this one makes it to principal photography.
Source: Shock Till You Drop