Alla fine della proiezione sono apparse su twitter le prime reazioni sul film, scritte da persone dello spettacolo, giornalisti e normali spettatori, per la maggior parte estremamente positive. Eccone alcune:
Just saw World War Z. Sooo much better than World War A-Y. #WorldWarZ
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) May 23, 2013
World War Z: a big, solid zombie movie. Makes up for in scope what it lacks in blood. — Scott Collura (@ScottIGN) May 23, 2013
So after all that fuss, ‘World War Z’ turned out to be a surprisingly effective zombie thriller. — Mike Sampson (@mjsamps) May 23, 2013
World War Z will probably be the most intense movie you will see this summer…I was shocked it was that good. So much for those re-shoots. — LatinoReview-Kel (@Latinoreview) May 23, 2013
So, was World War Z exactly like the book? No, but I felt it captured much of the flavor, and man, does it have some intense sequences. — Charles Soule (@CharlesSoule) May 23, 2013
I saw World War Z tonight. It was NOT the book. But it was INCREDIBLY anxiety-inducing despite having flaws in the denoument. But! — bex schwartz (@starbex) May 23, 2013
With Morgan F at the World War Z screening. Love him and really liked the movie when my eyes weren’t covered! twitter.com/katiecouric/st…
— Katie Couric (@katiecouric) May 23, 2013
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) May 23, 2013
Saw World War Z. Not at all the disaster it’s been made out to be. It’s entertaining and will do fine. So there, negative buzz, — Kurt Andersen (@KBAndersen) May 23, 2013
World War Z is unreal. A great film. Was totally stressed out from start to finish — Emma Heming-Willis (@EmmaHeming) May 23, 2013
#WorldWarZ looks like they just pulled Brad Pitt from those perfume commercials and added bad CGI.
— Steven Filippi (@SFlipp) May 23, 2013
Come dicevamo, in generale le reazioni sono state estremamente positive. Non sappiamo però quanto le basse apettative per il film abbiano influito questi giudizi.
Vi ricordiamo che QUI potete scoprire il sito virale Crisis Zero!
Nel cast del film ci sono anche James Badge Dale, Julia Levy-Boeken, Anthony Mackie, David Morse e Matthew Fox, famoso per essere stato Jack nel telefilm Lost. World War Z arriverà nelle sale italiane il 27 giugno 2013. Qui potete trovare la pagina Facebook del film. Vi ricordiamo inoltre che qui trovate un post di approfondimento sugli zombie movie.