Extinction - the sci-fi thriller in which a man must save his family from an otherworldly phenomenon. Directed by Ben Young (Hounds of Love), the film is written by Eric Heisserer alongside Spenser Cohen.
- Original title: Extinction
- Country: USA
- Production: Universal Pictures
- Release Date: 26 January 2018
A man trying to save his family with an alien invasion figuring into the proceedings. Extinction is also slated to star Israel Broussard and will be produced by Todd Lieberman & David Hoberman of Mandeville (The Fighter, Beauty and the Beast). Mandeville’s Alexander Young will executive produce, alongside Nathan Kahane, Joe Drake, Erin Westerman and Kelli Konop of Good Universe.
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Universal Pictures and Good Universe have today announced an Extinction release date. Extinction will hit the big screen January 26, 2018.
Really? Zombies adapting to cold? They're undead. They aren't producing body heat. They'd freeze solid, forming large ice crystals in every cell of their bodies, rupturing the membranes. The Frozen zombies would be completely immobile, and when they thawed they'd turn into piles of mush, being as they have no muscles or tendons holding the bones!
I enjoyed the movie 2015 but is up with the dad telling his daughter to obey him in a barricaded house. Take a chill pill. The best part is that her real dad is actually much more chilled and realistic with alot less grudges. So tragic about the dog WTF, that really pissed me off, it could have been saved if the fake dad had pulled the trigger on the bloody zombie instead of living in hate. The real dad was the bigger person from start to finish but he should have told his daughter that he is the real daddie rather than being given a hard time from the fake dad who killed his dog and almost killed him when in fact he was rushing back to save and alert them including bringing back a toy for the lil girl! Make your blood boil...
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The irony here is, the film “Extinction” is going to the month of January which is the extinction for film releases by studios. Universal must consider this film a stinker.