Zombies don't turn vegan, but that doesn't mean they don't have feelings.
While there's no doubt that the vampire craze isn't over — Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is still number one at the box office after three weeks of release — next year seems to belong to the zombie, with romance even being thrown ino the mix with February's Warm Bodies. The premise isn't exactly a werewolf and vampire love triangle but follows a zombie named R (Nicholas Hoult) who suddenly develops feelings for a human woman named Julie (Teresa Palmer) and starts a revolution of feelings among the undead. The first trailer debuted in front of Breaking Dawn Part 2 and already there's a second trailer, which adds more John Malkovich as Julie's father, a military general bent on destroying zombies who doesn't side with Julie's more sympathetic feelings.
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