Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 24 weeks ago

Call Of Duty Undead Movie Trailer Debuts With Gamestop Black Ops II Launch Party


3435 The indie film for charity being filmed in the backyard of the Cosmic Book News offices, Call of Duty: Undead, will see its first trailer debut at the Gamestop launch party for the Call of Duty: Black Ops II video game.

All proceeds for Call of Duty: Undead will be going to benefit the Wounded Warrior project, and the kind folks from Gamestop have been gracious enough to lend their support as well.

On Monday, November 12th at 11 pm the cast and crew from Call of Duty: Undead will make an appearance at Game Stop and Honey's Restaurant at the Boulevard Mall located on Niagara Falls Blvd in Amherst, NY.

Shortly prior to midnight and the official release of Call of Duty: Black Ops II video game, the trailer for Call of Duty: Undead will be revealed.


In addition to the cast and crew from Hot Iron Production, a few zombies are rumored to be lurking around the launch party as well.

Call of Duty: Undead has a 2013 release date and is being directed by Aleksansdar Ivicic based on an original script starring U.S. Marine Veterans Robert Woodley and Chris Clark, as well as Kevin Tanski, Kahley Cuff, Will Mutka, Mike Sarcinelli, and Chalet Lizette Brannan.

The story centers around Woodley's Alpha Squad that gets called in to investigate the strange circumstances that occur surrounding Clark's character, Nicholas Bergman.

Keep up to date on Call of Duty: Undead through the film's official Facebook Page.


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