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Zombieland 2 Trailer Sends The Gang To Washington, DC To Clean House

Zombieland: Double Tap hits theaters on October 18.


It's been a decade since the first Zombieland movie premiered and in October, fans will be able to get a second helping when Zombieland: Double Tap hits theaters--with the four principal stars returning. The first trailer for the sequel has arrived, catching viewers up on what Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone), Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) have been up to in the last year. It's about what you'd expect.

In the first look at the movie, the gang arrives in Washington to take up residence in the White House for Christmas, with Tallahassee joking he could have been a good president. It's also hinted that this is the first time the group has been on the road in some time, though it's unclear where they were settled before. For those who haven't seen the movie in some time, we last saw this quartet in California, after they escaped a theme park overrun by zombies.

The trailer also introduces a few new characters. Madison (Zoey Deutsch) enters the picture and seems very ill-equipped to survive a zombie apocalypse, unlike gun-toting Nevada (Rosario Dawson), while Little Rock runs off with Berkeley (Avon Jogia), a new boy she met. Then there are the doppelgangers. It's unclear just how big a role they'll play in the movie, but the trailer briefly shows characters very similar to Tallahassee and Columbus, played respectively by Luke Wilson and Thomas Middleditch.

Based on this small look, Double Tap looks to be even more of the same mix of humor and horror as the first film, as this wildly dysfunctional family simply tries to survive together. Zombieland: Double Tap hits theaters on October 18, just in time for Halloween.

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