28 YEARS LATER Spoilery Set Photos Show FREE GUY Star Jodie Cormer Being Pursued By...Naked Zombies?!

28 YEARS LATER Spoilery Set Photos Show FREE GUY Star Jodie Cormer Being Pursued By...Naked Zombies?!

Newly revealed 28 Years Later set photos show Jodie Comer's (Free Guy) unnamed character being pursued by a group of flesh-eating, blood-soaked zombies that have somehow lost their clothes! Check it out...

By JoshWilding - Jul 09, 2024 10:07 AM EST
Filed Under: Horror
Source: Mail Online (via Fear HQ)

Shooting continues on 28 Years Later, the first instalment of a planned trilogy picking up after the events of Danny Boyle's classic 28 Days Later and Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's slightly less well-received 28 Weeks Later.

Now, thanks to Mail Online (via FearHQ.com), we have a first look at Free Guy star Jodie Cormer being chased down by a group of blood-soaked, naked zombies. The undead look terrifying and perhaps a little more grounded than what we've seen in The Walking Dead and Army of the Dead, for example.

As for their lack of clothes, that does make sense when you stop and think about it. 

While plot details for 28 Years Later are being kept under wraps, we know that Boyle will return to direct this opening chapter before handing over the reins to Nia DaCosta (Candyman) for a planned second instalment. 

The impressive cast also includes Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ralph Fiennes, Jack O'Connell, Erin Kellyman, and the returning Cillian Murphy (while he's not officially attached to star, he will be executive producing and is expected to make a cameo appearance at the very least).

"I’ve always said I would love to be involved because that movie changed everything for me and I have great affection for it and for those guys Alex [Garland] and Danny [Boyle]," the Oscar winner said back in February. "I never watch my own films, except that one. It’s always on around Halloween and during the pandemic people were constantly sending me clips."

"And I’ve shown it to my kids. And it’s really stood up, even though it’s something like 23 years old now. So I’m really thrilled that we’ll get the band back together to makes this one."

This franchise's return has been a very long time coming and, given how close to the initial zombie outbreak the previous movies played out during, it will be interesting to see what the world looks like nearly three decades later. 

"I’m excited to get the first day done," Comer said shortly before shooting began. "Danny just seems like such a confident, intuitive and intelligent director. The original was so loved, so I’m trying not to think of that too hard. I’m not putting too much expectation on myself."

You can take a closer look at these new 28 Years Later set photos by following the link to Mail Online in the X post below.

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Evansly - 7/9/2024, 10:56 AM
I am curious if there will be any explanation for a zombie lasting that long. Decomposition should have taken them out long before this
ComicBookPsycho - 7/9/2024, 11:03 AM
@Evansly - Technically, they're not zombies cause they're not actually dead.
ShamusG - 7/9/2024, 11:06 AM
@Evansly - my guess is that it’s 28 years after the “rage” disease has passed and it’s a fresh, relatively new outbreak. If memory serves me, these “zombies” are technically alive, but behave like fast zombies. Thus, no decomposing.
McMurdo - 7/9/2024, 12:14 PM
@Evansly - there has to be. Must be an explanation for sustained life without food or somehow humans started making a come back, breeding and things got bad again quick.
LSHF - 7/9/2024, 10:57 AM
That's bullshit! If zombies are going to go around eating people alive they should at least have the decency to stay properly dressed! WtF!
tylerzero - 7/9/2024, 10:58 AM
"Naked Zombies?!"

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(Sees pants on zombie.)

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MikeyL - 7/9/2024, 11:32 AM
This being set in Newcastle/the north east of England is fantastic because it’s means they won’t have to pay for extras or use SFX makeup. They can just take their cameras around the city centre and film all the geordies (I say this lovingly as someone who lives here)
Apophis71 - 7/9/2024, 2:05 PM
@MikeyL - Yup, plenty a nekkid zombies at the Haymarket on a Saturday night ;)

That or poor sods who got lost after that photoshoot on the Blinking Eye bridge back in 2005 :D
S8R8M - 7/9/2024, 11:52 AM
28 Months Later first, then we talk about Years 🤨
DocSpock - 7/9/2024, 12:31 PM

If Comer was in 1/4 of the movies she's rumored/fancast for, she would be the busiest actress in Hollywood.
CoHost - 7/9/2024, 4:07 PM
@DocSpock - She's young, skinny, white and beautiful.

That's the reason.
DocSpock - 7/9/2024, 4:09 PM
@CoHost -

Of course. And those are excellent reasons.
JayLemle - 7/9/2024, 12:37 PM
I wasn't aware that principal already started. Of course, I'm excited about this new trilogy.
FinnishDude - 7/9/2024, 12:43 PM
The very first movie in this franchise clearly established that the infected are not undead creatures and have the same bodily needs as a normal person, but don't have the brain functions to act upon them (I.E. They need things like food, but don't eat anything, because of their condition). In other words, they are a type of zombies, which humanity can defeat by just holing up and waiting few weeks. 28 Years Later inherently doesn't make sense as a premise with the pre-established rules.
TheMetaMan - 7/9/2024, 2:50 PM
@FinnishDude - If it’s set many years into the future, it might be a new virus strain therefore a new version of the infected. Or the infected somehow evolved, maintaining survival due to environmental conditions. It’s fiction man. Anything is possible. I get that the original concept was built on a sound logic but I just care about the character development and a story that’s meaningful, impactful, believable through competent execution of the director. The writing doesn’t have to be too plausible when it comes to zombie media. What makes this franchise appealing to me is the tone, setting, score and performances.
abd00bie - 7/9/2024, 1:10 PM
Those are penises! *smiles*
cadunovaes01 - 7/9/2024, 5:32 PM
28 Days and 28 Weeks are solid, both in my top 5 zombie movies of all times. Looking forward for this one

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