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Dawn of the Dead Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

The feature-film debut of director [[Performer~P367818~Zack Snyder~zacksnyder]], Dawn of the Dead is a modern retelling of [[Performer~P108784~George Romero~georgearomero]]'s 1978 horror classic, which was actually the second film in a trilogy that began with [[Feature~V35311~Night of the Living Dead~nightofthelivingdead]] and concluded with [[Feature~V12621~Day of the Dead~dayofthedead]]. [[Performer~P57251~Sarah Polley~sarahpolley]] and [[Performer~P59836~Ving Rhames~vingrhames]] star as two of the last remaining people on an earth that has been ravaged by flesh-eating zombies. After escaping to a shopping mall with a handful of other survivors, they decide that they only way to truly elude the approaching throng of undead is to somehow make their way to an island that is supposedly zombie-free. [[Performer~P75195~Jake Weber~jakeweber]] and [[Performer~P215981~Mekhi Phifer~mekhiphifer]] also star. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

  • Release date:March 19, 2004

Crew

Zack Snyder
Director
Marc Abraham
Producer
Richard P. Rubinstein
Producer
Eric Newman
Producer
James Gunn
Screenwriter
Matthew Leonetti
Cinematographer
G. Marq Roswell
Musical Direction/Supervision
Tyler Bates
Composer (Music Score)
Niven Howie
Editor
Andrew Neskoromny
Production Designer
Arvinder Grewal
Supervising Art Director
Michael Messina
Co-producer
Dennis E. Jones
Executive Producer
Eric Newman
Executive Producer
Thomas A. Bliss
Executive Producer
Armyan Bernstein
Executive Producer
Marc Abraham
Executive Producer
Steve Shewchuk
Set Designer
William Cheng
Set Designer
Denise Cronenberg
Costume Designer
Joseph Middleton
Casting
Robin D. Cook
Casting
George A. Romero
From Screenplay by
Eric J. Robertson
Visual Effects Producer
Aaron Weintraub
Visual Effects Supervisor
Miroslaw Baszak
Second Unit Director Of Photography
Dennis Berardi
Visual Effects Supervisor
Clay Staub
Second Unit Director
William Hoy
Additional Editing
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