The last of the four main characters has finally been cast for the Amazon series Zombieland. The part of Tallahassee will be played by Kirk Ward (The Island), played in the movie by Woody Harrelson. He’s joining the other three already cast, Columbus (Tyler Ross), Wichita (Maiara Walsh), and her younger sister Little Rock (Izabela Vidovic).
Together they will follow the tone of the Zombieland motion picture, battling zombies to survive the apocalypse with what will likely be more humor than we are used to seeing watching The Walking Dead.
According to Deadline, this is a reunion of sorts for Kirk Ward and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who had originally wanted Ward to play Tallahassee when they had first started. I’ll bet getting the show back on the television where it was intended with the actor they had intended to star in it might be pretty rewarding for Reese and Wernick, »
- Jess Orso
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