J.J. Abrams-Produced WWII Zombie Movie ‘Overlord’ Debuts First Trailer


Paramount Pictures has debuted the first official trailer for Overlord, a World War II zombie flick produced by J.J. Abrams.

Initially believed to be the next installment in Bad Robot’s Cloverfield series, something that was debunked at Paramount’s CinemaCon presentation this past April, Overlord stars Jovan Adepo, Jacob Anderson, Pilou Asbæk, Iain De Caestecker, John Magaro, Wyatt Russell and Bokeem Woodbine. Check out the trailer below.

Son of a Gun helmer Julius Avery is directing the movie, working from a script by Billy Ray and Mark L. Smith. The story revolves around a group of U.S. paratroopers who drop behind enemy lines to infiltrate a small village only to discover supernatural and inhumane experiments conducted by the Nazis.

Overlord hits theaters on November 9, 2018. Make sure to keep an eye on Heroic Hollywood as more details on this project come out.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy

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The Dark Knight Batman Christian Bale Christopher NolanThanos may have made half the universe disappear in Avengers: Infinity War, but the film still has nothing on Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Typically referred to as “The Dark Knight” trilogy, the series chronicles Bruce Wayne’s transformation from a scared child into the legendary hero of Gotham City. More than just exciting action films, each one of Nolan’s Batman flicks tackles complex themes and is packed full of exhilarating performances.

Now that it’s been ten years since the release of The Dark Knight, it feels like the perfect time to look deeper into the trilogy. Christopher Nolan and his team are very detail-oriented filmmakers, so there are a lot of hidden Easter eggs and exciting moments to dissect.

Hit Next to learn 10 things you didn’t know about Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy!

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.