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Kore wa Zombie Desuka?
Directed by Emma Watson
Produced by Menahem Golan
Yoram Globus
Charles Band
Written by Screenplay:
Emma Watson
Lawrence Kasdan
Story:
Shinichi Kimura
Starring Rupert Grint
Kay Panabaker
Emma Watson
Evanna Lynch
Bonnie Wright
Shawn Ashmore
Music by Brian Tyler
Cinematography John Seale
Editing by Richard Francis-Bruce
Studio Cannon Films
Full Moon Features
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Wizard Video (home video)
Release date(s) July 13, 2012
Running time 245 min.
Country United States
Language English

Kore wa Zombie Desuka? is a 2012 horror comedy starring Rupert Grint, Kay Panabaker, Emma Watson, and Evanna Lynch.

CastEdit

Actor Role Mexican Doblaje Seiyuu
Rupert Grint Ayumu Aikawa Luis Daniel Ramirez Tomokazu Sugita
Rupert Grint Haruna Xóchitl Ugarte Iori Nomizu
Kay Panabaker Eucliwood Hellscythe Cristina Hernández Kay Panabaker (normal)
Kotono Mitsuishi (delusion)
Mika Kanai (delusion)
Tomoko Kaneda (delusion)
Yuko Minaguchi (delusion)
Satomi Korogi (delusion)
Sakura Tange (delusion)
Yuki Matsuoka (delusion)
Noriko Hidaka (delusion)
Emma Watson Seraphim Emma Watson Emma Watson
Evanna Lynch Maelstrom Samantha Dominguez Harumi Sakurai
Bonnie Wright Kyoko Alondra Hidalgo Nana Mizuki
Shawn Ashmore Yoruno José Antonio Macias Kenta Miyake
Skandar Keynes Orito Guillermo Aponte Mamoru Miyano
Morgan York Taeko Hiramatsu Mariana Ortiz Aya Hirano
Ciaran Hinds Kerberos Wansard Blas García Toshio Furukawa
Mila Kunis Sarasvati Gabriela Willert Keiko Han
Goldie Hawn Ariel Patricia Acevedo Michiko Neya

TriviaEdit

  • Rupert Grint actually appears onscreen as both of his characters (Ayumu Aikawa and Haruna) at the same time by filming the background character on a set or location and the foreground character using chromakey. The only time he doesn't portray Haruna is when she's nude after her transformation is reversed. However, due to the chromakey, Rupert as Ayumu had to wear a gray wig, and sometimes he had to be shot from the waist up simply because he was wearing green and blue at the same time.
  • One of Seraphim's costumes was slightly altered at Emma Watson's request; the new costume consists of a maroonish brown top, Daisy Dukes, and (to complete any possible tribute to the TV incarnation of The Dukes of Hazzard) flesh-colored tights. The tights return when Sera's wearing shorts during winter scenes, just to keep Emma's legs warm.
  • Filmed at Village Roadshow Studios and on location in Tokyo.
  • Emma Watson dubbed her own voice in several different foreign language dubs. In each, she renders her character's catchphrase "piece of shit" differently:
    • Japanese: "Kusomushi" (shitmaggot)
    • Mexican Spanish: "Pendejo" (dumbass, most uses); "Maldito maricón" (bloody faggot, used to translate "crossdressing piece of shit")
    • Castilian Spanish: "Coño mejor" (bloody cunt)
    • Mainland French: "Connard de rien" (loser bugger)
    • Quebec French: "Tabarnak" (shit)
    • Italian: "bastardo" (bastard)
    • Portuguese: "merdinbuca" (shitmouth)
    • Brazilian Portuguese: "titica" (chickenshit)
    • German: "scheißekopf" (shithead)
    • Klingon: "petaQ jay'" (fucking bastard)
  • Production, scheduled to start in Tokyo on March 20, was delayed to early April due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake.
  • Emma Watson changed the "vampire ninja maid orchestra" scene during pre-production so that some vampires (including Seraphim and Maelstrom) are wearing tuxedos and others (including Sarasvati) are wearing formal dresses. As a shout-out to the original scene, as Seraphim discusses her battle plan for sealing the gates to the underworld, one unnamed vampire ninja suggests they all wear maid dresses, but Seraphim says, "Uh-uh! Absolutely not! An orchestra must not look too flashy. We're going for a more traditional look. A blend of tuxedos and formal dresses." When Sarasvati asks what Seraphim will wear, Seraphim says, "A tuxedo."
  • Kay Panabaker dubbed her own voice in the Japanese dub at the end of the film, when Eucliwood Hellscythe tells Ayumu that she'll stick with him no matter what.
  • The following are leitmotifs for each character:
  • Iori Nomizu is the only seiyuu from the original anime (aside from the delusion Eu seiyuu) to reprise her role in the Japanese dub of this film.
  • Released on home video in November 2012.

SequelEdit

A sequel is in the works; Emma Watson has signed on to direct, though she's currently unsure whether she or Saoirse Ronan would portray Seraphim this time around; however, as far as she knows, Rupert Grint (Ayumu and Haruna), Kay Panabaker (Eu), Evanna Lynch (Maelstrom), and Mila Kunis (Sarasvati) would all reprise their roles. Also, Alex Watson is being considered for a bigger role than in the previous movie.

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