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Check out Jesse Metcalfe, Rob Riggle and some zombie clips from ‘Dead Rising: Watchtower’

 

Content Media has unleashed the outbreak of zombie madness with the live action adaptation of DEAD RISING WATCHTOWER. Already released in the UK and Southeast Asia in the next month more countries will add to the list of the infected. We are sending out review your way here in the near future but to wet your undead whistle we have some clips and content straight from the film. Get a glance at Jesse Metcalfe and Rob Riggle dealing with their undead matters and see how the outbreak gets started. Check you current on demand destination to see if DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER is available today!

Dead Rising Watchtower is now available on iTunes, VOD Platforms, DVD & Blu-Ray in South East Asia, Latin America(except Brazil and Mexico, coming soon), Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, UK & Ireland, Africa Australia,Germany, Austria, and now in Mexico It will release on Monday August 10th in New Zealand, Wednesday August 19th in Brazil, Thursday August 20th across Scandinavia and Tuesday September 1st in Italy, France, Switzerland and South Africa.

Legendary Digital presents Dead Rising: Watchtower, a Dead Rising/Contradiction Films Production- directed by Zach Lipovsky (Leprechaun: Origins), written and produced by Tim Carter (Mortal Kombat: Legacy), and executive produced by Tomas Harlan (Mortal Kombat:  Legacy) and Lorenzo di Bonaventura (the Transformers franchise).  Based on the widely popular Capcom videogame franchise Dead Rising®, Dead Rising: Watchtower features an all-star cast including Jesse Metcalfe (Dallas, John Tucker Must Die), Meghan Ory (Once Upon a Time, Intelligence), Virginia Madsen (Sideways, Candyman), Dennis Haysbert (24; Men, Women & Children) and Rob Riggle (22 Jump Street, The Hangover).

 

Dead Rising Watchtower – Jesse Metcalfe exclusive

 

Rob Riggle Exclusive:

 

Dead Rising Watchtower – the outbreak begins

 

Dead Rising Watchtower – Behind the Scenes!

 

Dead Rising: Watchtower follows Chase Carter (Jesse Metcalfe), a reporter trying to make it big – but the pursuit of his career-defining story leads him into the heart of a zombie-infested warzone. East Mission, Oregon is locked down after police find the bodies of what appear to be victims of a zombie attack. Zombies are not a new phenomenon, but outbreaks are uncommon. Past incidents were only just contained in time and the country is nervous. When two ambitious Net 2.0 reporters, Chase and his colleague Jordan, get inside the quarantine zone to report on a large group of civilians trapped in an inner city dome stadium, they realise they’re waiting for a rescue that isn’t coming

 

Many of those abandoned inside are survivors of past outbreaks who carry the zombie virus in their blood. They only survive by taking the antidote once every 24 hours — a drug called Zombrex. When the local drug supply mysteriously fails, a small crisis explodes into mass panic and catastrophe.

 

The story unfolds from two perspectives: survivors inside the city and officials and the media on the outside. Unlike virtually all other zombie narratives, the world hasn’t ended. The outbreak is a large-scale natural disaster that the rest of the world watches on TV. After Jordan manages to escape the quarantine zone, she sets out to unravel the conspiracy behind the failed Zombrex, while Chase is trapped inside with a few others like tough loner with a secret Crystal (Meghan Ory) and grief-stricken mother Maggie (Virginia Madsen), battling
to survive. Their perilous, action-packed journey to escape simultaneously forces them to question what they’re willing to do to survive and, ultimately, their own sense of humanity.

 

The Dead Rising® game franchise has sold over 8.2 Million copies worldwide. Publisher Capcom has sold 200 Million game copies worldwide, including those from juggernaut series Resident Evil®, Street Fighter® and Mega Man®.

 

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