Collin Firth To Star In New Zombie Movie

Collin Firth To Star In New Zombie Movie

Collin Firth To Star In New Zombie Movie!

Zombie movies are still cool in the world of the horror genre. That leads us to this, Collin Firth has been cast in the zombie flick ‘New York Will Eat You Alive’. Read on for more on Collin Firth in a new Zombie Movie…

Collin Firth To Star In New Zombie Movie reports that Collin Firth, 60, will star in the big-screen adaptation of Jia Haibo’s Tencent comic ‘Zombie Brother’, which has previously been turned into an animated series and theatre show.

The Zombie movie, ‘New York Will Eat You Alive’ has Todd Strauss-Schulson set to helm the film, which has been in the works since 2018. The horror movie is penned by Alex Rubens, Dan Gregor, and Doug Mand.

Fans of the ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ actor can expect more “deadpan humor and comic timing” from Collin Firth.

STXfilms boss Adam Fogelson, whose firm is involved in producing the motion picture, said in a statement:

We always wanted to cast this in a way that would give life to the source material and elevate the action and you can’t achieve that goal any better than hiring Colin Firth. From ‘The King’s Speech’ to ‘Kingsman’, Colin always gives an Oscar-caliber performance. We’re thrilled to be reuniting with him on ‘New York Will Eat You Alive’ in a role that will allow him to have fun while showcasing his deadpan humour and comic timing.

A plot for the movie hasn’t been revealed, however, if it follows the synopsis of the comic, according to Collider.

Viewers will “follow Bai, as he teams up with his best friend Fatty, soon-to-be fiancé Beck, and a group of New Yorkers to survive a monster apocalypse. As the group travels through the city, they uncover the origin of the outbreak and must embark on a quest to stop the apocalypse and save the world.”

Firth’s upcoming roles include playing Sam in the 2021 drama ‘Supernova’ and Mr. Niven in ‘Mothering Sunday’.

The Oscar-winner’s latest role saw him play Archibald Craven in ‘The Secret Garden’, the fourth movie adaptation of the 1911 novel of the same name by Frances Hodgson Burnett.