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Read More: Image Entertainment Acquires Joe Dante's Spooky Relationship Comedy 'Burying the Ex' Some relationships are hard to let go of, while others refuse to let go of you. Anton Yelchin learns that the hard way in "Burying the Ex," a new film from "Small Soldiers" and "Gremlins" director Joe Dante. Dig up the new trailer for the film above. Yelchin plays Max, who believes Evelyn, played by Ashley Greene, is the best girlfriend ever. That is, until she moves in with him and shows her true colors. Not knowing how to break up with her, his worries are taken care of when she gets hit by a bus. Determined to move on with his life, Yelchin finds comfort in a Olivia, played by Alexandra Daddario, until Evelyn returns from the dead as a zombie under the impression the two are still dating. "Burying the Ex" hits »
- Travis Clark
"There's a freaky Tim Burton movie in your living room." If the indie horror comedy Life After Beth didn't deliver the right kind of zombie romantic comedy you were hoping for, maybe Burying the Ex from Gremlins director Joe Dante is more your speed. Anton Yelchin stars in the story of a young man who thinks he's met the perfect girl in Evelyn (Ashley Greene), but then becomes a nightmare to deal with at home. But it doesn't seem to be a problem anymore when she dies, leaving him to fall in love with another girl (Alexandra Daddario). But that's when Evelyn comes back from the dead to complicate things in the worst way, and the first international trailer shows off the messy results of that story unfolding. Watch? Here's the first trailer for Joe Dante's Burying the Ex from Voltage Pictures: Burying the Ex is directed by Joe Dante (Gremlins, »
- Ethan Anderton
Joe Dante has a filmography that stands on it's own as one of the best of the 1980s. He helmed The Howling, Gremlins, Innerspace, Explorers, The 'Burbs, and more. But, since 1998's Small Soldiers, Dante has only directed one theatrical release, the bomb Looney Tunes: Back In Action. Now, his latest film Burying The Ex is getting a release and we have the first trailer. While Burying The Ex has a pretty good cast in Anton Yelchin, Ashley Greene, and Alexandra Daddario, this does not look like »
- Alex Maidy
The horror comedy from the Gremlins director will be released in cinemas and video on demand in summer 2015, reports Coming Soon.
As he struggles to find the courage to end the relationship, Evelyn is involved in a freak accident and dies, leaving Max free to meet other girls.
After he meets a potential soul mate in Olivia (Alexandra Daddario), Evelyn returns from the dead as a zombie determined to win back Max.
Joe Dante may not be the most prolific director in the world, but with works such as Gremlins, Small Soldiers, and Innerspace to his name, his new films still get us excited. His latest film Burying The Ex, recently premièred at the Venice Film Festival, and has just been picked up for distribution in the Us. Image Entertainment has acquired all Us rights, and according to Mark Ward, the Senior Vice President of Acquisitions for the Image brands (that’s a mouthful), they couldn’t be happier:
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with legendary filmmaker Joe Dante. He brings a unique vision and style to Burying The Ex. We are confident that his fans and the genre community will embrace the film.
- Luke Ryan Baldock
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