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Transcript of Warm
Edward C. McSweeney
"Diamond In The Rough Draft"
Stages of Production
"Australian actresses have such strength, and we needed an actress who was a warrior"
-Supporting best friend
-Good at grunting
Montreal-Mirabel International Airport
Isaac Marion International Airport
Costumes & Makeup
"They tasted kind of like grapefruit"
CGI Special Effects
"Do More, Do Less"
Consulted the Novel
-Might lose zombie purists
-Romantic enough for a date
Box Office & Reception
Budget: Approx 35M
Domestic Opening Weekend: 20M
Domestic Gross: 66M
Worldwide Gross Total: 117M
Best Romance TV Spot
Choice Movie (Comedy, Romance)
Choice Movie Actor (Comedy, Romance) - Nicholas Hoult
Choice Movie Breakout - Nicholas Hoult
Themes, Metaphors, & Interesting Asides
What does this film mean for the Zombie Genre?
"It made Technicolor out of something we all previously perceived to be black and white."
"It reinvented the interaction between humans and zombies without decimating a preexisting list of characteristics about Zombie films."
Was it a social commentary?
"Absolutely - about how our interaction with technology is making us all zombies - we need to appreciate what is around us."
"Asks "R" to put down that thing that makes him feel alive for an instant, but is slowly killing him - slowly turning him into a Boney."
What's the plan now?
Isaac is currently working on a novel that will be a prequel to Warm Bodies.
"Lukewarm Bodies" perhaps?
"It truly was the evolution of two written stories"
"The novel and the film were remarkably similar; the film's visual strongpoints captured what the novel explained in length"
"Very, very close and true to Issac's vision"
- Laurie Webb