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Forget Global Warming, Ecorazzi Gets Ready For Natalie Portman Zombie Attack!

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resized_PrideandPrejudiceandZombiesCoverEarlier this year, Ecorazzi warned you that it isn’t climate change we should be worrying about…it’s ZOMBIES!!

In the story, we sited a study produced by a group of researchers from universities in Canada that revealed the human race would most certainly fold in the face of a zombie attack.

Well, Planet Earth…get ready for an attack!

Eco/vegan actress Natalie Portman has just signed on to produce and star in ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ — a story based on the original ‘Pride and Prejudice’, but with martial arts, zombies and ninjas. So basically a way better version of the classic. (I mean who doesn’t like martial arts, zombies and ninjas?)

What do you think about this upcoming film? Will you rush to the theater for a ticket or are you staying home to watch ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ for the third time. Chime in and share your thoughts!

via: examiner.com

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