Zombieland: Double Tap cast, trailers UK release date, review & more
18 October 2019, 09:00 | Updated: 18 October 2019, 09:01
Find out everything there is to know about the sequel to the Zombie movie, including its cast, plot, release date and rating certificate.
After a 10 year wait, the second helping of Zombieland is here and it's as hilarious as ever.
Zombieland: Double Tap sees Woody Harrelson, Jessie Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigal Breslin reprise their roles as Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita and Little Rock in the action packed film.
Watch the latest trailer for Zombieland: Double Tap above, and find out more about the film- including its cast, plot, rating and release date here...
When is Zombieland: Double Tap released?
Zombieland 2 is released on Friday 18 October 2019.
Who stars in Zombieland: Double Tap?
The film sees the return of main Woody Harrelson as Tallahassee, Jessie Eisenberg as Columbus, Emma Stone as Wichita and Abigail Breslin as Little Rock.
It also welcomes new cast members in the form of Rosario Dawson, who plays Nevada, Zoey Deutch who plays Madison and Avan Jogia who plays Berkeley.
Luke Wiilson also makes a decent cameo as Albuquerque with Thomas Middleditch playing his sidekick Flagstaff.
What's the plot of Zombieland: Double Tap?
The synopsis according to IMDb reads: "Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita, and Little Rock move to the American heartland as they face off against evolved zombies, fellow survivors, and the growing pains of the snarky makeshift family."
What is it rated?
Zombieland: Doubletap has a 15 certificate.
What did we think of it?
Zombieland successfully returns for another end of the world-esque apocalyptic romp with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments to keep you entertained throughout.
However, it's still a Zombie movie - so don't expect them to reinvent the wheel. The cast spend most of their time shooting and killing the undead, with a few twists changes (including evolved zombies and love rivals) to freshen things up a touch.
If you've not watched the first movie, there's still some fun to be had here, but expect to miss out on a fair few in-jokes, plus the closing credits which provide a welcome surprise.
Don't expect to come away feeling like you've watched a BAFTA-worthy film, but in a world where Brexit looms and Climate Change seems to have reached its boiling point, there are a lot worse things you can do than watch Zombieland 2.
Watch Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg talk Zombie killing with Johnny Vaughan: