– by Seth McDonald

The crew of Little Rock, Columbus, Witchita, and Tallahassee are almost back. Zombieland: Double Tap hits theaters tomorrow, though you can probably find a showing tonight if you really wanted to. The film will serve as a sequel to 2009’s Zombieland.

Co-writer Rhett Reese, who not long ago worked on another sequel in Deadpool 2, explains what he and his co-writer Paul Wernick learned from their second outing of the Merc with the Mouth that helped them with Zombieland: Double Tap. You can check out what he had to say below.

“I think it’s just one day at a time. Deadpool 2, I think more than anything, taught us that ultimately you have to silence the voices outside you, and you’ve got to just go into your cave and work with your creative people that you love, and try to make each other laugh and just do your best to ignore the pressure. Forget it.”

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I understand that one has to tell the story they want to, but I don’t think it can hurt to at least hear ideas from the outside and consider them, then again, I’m not a successful screenwriter…yet. While I am excited about this film, I don’t think it warrants a theater trip as I still haven’t seen Joker, and that is next in my theater queue.

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Source: CinemaBlend