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June 10, 2012 - World War Z / 7 weeks of reshoots

Scooped on Sunday, June 10, 2012

Reshoots are a typical part of the production process for most movies. Typically an extra week or two of filming is done so that new material can be used to enhance the stuff that's been filmed earlier. But when there's seven weeks of additional reshooting required, it's fair to suspect that extensive work needs to be still done on the picture.

That's what is happening right now with World War Z. Lost co-creator and Prometheus screenwriter Damon Lindelof is rewriting the screenplay for the movie and is said to be focusing on the third act. If that is indeed the case, and seven weeks of reshoots are needed, the entire third act may be in the process of being rebuilt from the ground up.

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