World War Z’s Original Crazy Russian Ending

World War Z finally came out this weekend and it actually did quite well for itself, earning $112 million worldwide and already garnering sequel talk. This is surprising, after what seemed to be a cursed production, which included an entirely reshot third act. So what exactly was changed from the original version? In Vanity Fair's June feature on the filmDamon Lindelof explained, "everything changes after Brad leaves Israel." [Vague Spoiler Alert.] In the film, after some crazy stuff on the plane, Pitt and his badass Israeli soldier friend make their way to the World Health Organization facility in Wales. There, Brad Pitt realizes how humans can camouflage themselves from zombies. Having saved the day, he gets reunited with his family. The ending that was originally shot was very different. 



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