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Zombieland Series Not Moving Forward at Amazon

Source:   The Hollywood Reporter
May 16, 2013


Bad news for the Zombieland series that was at Amazon. After debuting the pilot episode a few weeks back, Amazon has decided not to take it to series.

Customers were invited to view the pilot and voice their feedback. That feedback was going to help Amazon determine whether it should move forward with a series. Those behind the project are welcome to take it elsewhere.

So, what does this mean for pilot director Eli Craig (Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil)? He's got his next film set up. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he's set to direct Little Evil based on a script he penned.

The logline is being kept under wraps, but this may be the "evil kid" tale he said wanted to do while Tucker & Dale was being promoted.


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