By Kate Ward, Hollywood.com Staff
Brad Pitt's World War Z has fought a long and difficult battle in Hollywood, but it looks like audiences will finally get their win: the chance to finally see the delayed film. Eight months after Paramount pushed the movie back from Dec. 21 to June 21, 2013 and recruited Lost writer Damon Lindelof to rewrite portions of the script for reshoots the studio has released the first trailer for the post-apocalyptic zombie film, which is adapted from Max Brooks' 2003 novel. And what do we see in the trailer? Plenty of death from the film that was brought back to life.
Watch the trailer for World War Z, co-starring The Killing's Mireille Enos below. This and a few more episodes of The Walking Dead, and you'll never need to refer to Brooks' Zombie Survival Guide.
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