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Warm Bodies

A funny new twist on a classic love story, ‘Warm Bodies’ is a poignant tale about the power of human connection. After a zomb… Read More


“Warm Bodies” is lurching into theaters this weekend, and it’s definitely not your average zombie flick.

Starring Nicholas Hoult, “Bodies” takes zombie tropes (flesh eating, mumbled grunts) and gives it a twist: romance. It’s a “Romeo and Juliet”-inspired tale… Continue reading You Review: What Is Everyone Saying About 'Warm Bodies'

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We’ve loved Nicholas Hoult ever since he arched those famous eyebrows at Hugh Grant in 2002’s “About a Boy.” We’ve seen him grown up to be not just a talented actor, but a bit of a hottie (one who now towers over most of his former castmates).

Although he’s been acting since he was eight, at 23, Hoult is just beginning to show us what he can do, as he does… Continue reading Nicholas Hoult: 20 Reasons We Love the 'Warm Bodies' Star

“Warm Bodies” is the first zombie movie told from the point of view of the zombie himself — and, as played by Nicholas Hoult, he’s surprisingly charming. Here, Hoult (Hank McCoy, aka Beast, in “X-Men: First Class”) stars as “R.,” the Romeo-esque undead lead character who can’t remember his full name. However, he does remember (barely) what it was like to be human when he meets Julie (Teresa Palmer) and… Continue reading Nicholas Hoult, 'Warm Bodies' Star, On Zombies And 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past'

Isaac Marion’s novel Warm Bodies gets the big screen treatment this Friday (February 1st) when the feature film, directed by 50/50 and All the Boys Love Mandy Lane’s Jonathan Levine, hits the screen.

ShockTillYouDrop.com sat down with stars Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry, Analeigh Tipton and Dave Franco. You can watch the video interviews by clicking here!

A funny new twist on a classic love