May 30, 2013
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May 30, 2013
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May 27, 2013
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May 27, 2013
by admin / World War Z

No other cinema will be allowed to screen the movie until The Grosvenor in Ashton Lane stages a showing on June 19 as part of the West End Festival.

It will be the first time the film is been screened other than the world premiere in London on June 2.

Ken Creelman, the cinema’s development manager, got in touch with Paramount to ask if the venue would be allowed to show it early because of the film’s connections to Glasgow.

Filmmakers transformed the city into Philadelphia in August 2011.

Hundreds of production staff and extras filmed a zombie attack in and around George Square while Glasgwegians tried to catch a glimpse of heartthrob Brad Pitt.

Ken said: “I spoke to my contact at Paramount to find out when the release for World War Z was.

“He told me it was June 21 and I thought that was a perfect time to work with the West End Festival. So Paramount agreed to us getting a showing before it’s released.

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May 27, 2013
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The Grammy Award-winning British band Muse is set to perform as a part of the “World War Z” world premiere in London on June 2nd. Muse is scheduled to play songs that appear in the film and are off of their album “The 2nd Law.”

The performance will take place at the Horse Guards Parade Ground, St. James’s Park following the premiere of the film in Leicester Square. Tickets will be made available on the 28th of May at 9:00am local time. The tickets will be free, but a special Ticketmaster link and a code—available on the British “World War Z” website, the Muse email list, and through promotional partners—will be required to get said tickets.

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May 19, 2013
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Exclusive: Marc Forster’s “World War Z,” which cost well over $200 million and stars Brad Pitt, doesn’t open until June 21st. But on Tuesday in New York and Los Angeles there will be a couple of early tastemaker screenings. They’re designed to “test the water” with friends and celebrity fans of Forster and Pitt. These are hot hot tickets. The whole “WWZ” debacle is chronicled very nicely in the current Vanity Fair.

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