They say that you can be sure of two things in life: death and taxes. It might also be appropriate to say vampires and zombies. Whether sparkly romance is the latest craze or not, the bloodsuckers are always around in some capacity or another, and flesh-eating zombies are the subversive, never-ending scourge who seem to pop up over and over and over again.
But in a new feature over at The Hollywood Reporter, they wonder if zombies could potentially overtake the sharp-toothed ones as the big box office menace, inspired by zombie-loving statements like Zombieland's Rhett Reese saying: "Zombie movies, much like zombies, could become this horde that just marches across the world."
But even with a stylish update and some convention breaking, is it even possible?