World War Z is one of the most anticipated — and most dreaded — movies of the summer. The long-in-the-works adaptation has seen its fair share of ups and downs with production delays, re-writes, and re-shoots, but it appears director Marc Forster and producer Brad Pitt might have salvaged World War Z from being a complete fiasco. Now that we’re about a month away from the film’s release, Paramount Pictures has continued their marketing campaign for the zombie film with an important public service announcement.
The World War Z PSA is called “The Crisis Zero” and features Michael Kim, former director of the Global Health Agency. While the PSA is clever and in keeping with the idea of a pandemic outbreak, if the world really was being consumed by fast-moving zombies, when would anyone have the time to make, or pay attention to, a public service announcement?