I'd really have to be honest here and say "Bullion Bob." He's the character I created in my new story 'Bullion Bob." A long haired greyish beard, with scars from the drifters who shangaid him for his gold. The Colt wielding miner, who vows to get revenge on the ones that left him for dead and stold his claim. "Bullion Bob," comes to life in this fiction short story that takes place in the Mojave desert. Don't pass it up.
I must confess I am blissfully unaware of an updated version with zombies. Title? Director?
Generally, I'm not a fan of mixing such disparate genres.
I would be the one who played opposite Colin Firth (yum). Or perhaps the Kiera Knightly version, so that I could be told, "You bewitch me, body and soul." Although Elizabeth Bennett is not the fainting type, that line definitely calls for a *swoon*
It's a book. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith, although I would say he more tweaked Austin's book than wrote his own. The color plates alone are worth buying the leather bound version (which I did). Funny stuff. Here's one of the images:
Oh bonza one Arthur. Oh my arector pili muscles stand up when I watch Lord Rings, my favorite movie of all times. I love the blonde elf, holy smoke, I would easily sit down with him anyday over a few patties on the barby.
Well if I were a bloke, yes she would be it lol but I did mean this hunky blonde, ohhhhh, isn't he adorable? Mind you I would tango with the King on the left, to "We've Got Tonight" under the moon-lit skies of darkness. Actually Arthur Lord Of The Rings was on television a few nights ago and I swear I am still recovering from the awesome experience.