If you were Dan, then you only have limited space and you can barricade people inside a place.
MURPHY: We’ll have a 50-piece live orchestra for our Bob Fosse/Jack Cole tribute, and for the score for our fictional zombie movie that Dan Patch, Matt Barr’s character, made.
Check out what they had to say after the jump: , he’s producing three Val Lewton remakes with RKO films, so he just really loves zombies.
I really wanted to be able to give him more points of access with Alice, Lewis, Vanessa (Sharon Leal) and everyone else.
Mary-Kate Olsenand Ashley Olsen's little sis recently stepped out arm-in-arm with Arnett in New York City, prompting many to wonder who the lucky guy is and how the lovebirds first linked up.
Well, we've learned Elizabeth and Robbie's romance sparked back in early February when they met while on vacation in Mexico. He's in the Music Biz: First things first, Robbie is one of those creative types. Redick is a self-proclaimed huge fan of Robbie's musical endeavors.
We decided to do a horror movie, and then we thought that the reason people make zombie films is because they can be done on a budget.
So, it was the idea of, “Wow, wouldn’t it be great to figure out a way to combine a genre film with cheerleaders?
” At the same time, we were also looking to find a way to pull Dan a little more centrally into the show because he’s always been a satellite character, as the boyfriend of Savannah or the friend of Marti.
“She’s used to dates being set up by the church, so she hasn’t had much of an experience with romance,” Tisdale tells us.
During a recent interview, co-stars Aly Michalka and Matt Barr, along with show creator/executive producer/writer Kevin Murphy, talked about how the idea for zombie cheerleaders came up, how involved the make-up process was, the possibility of post-apocalyptic cheerleaders or an alien invasion for next season, where things are headed for the remaining episodes of Season 1, and why the series attracts such talented directors.