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Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) encounters Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) while searching for his parents.The two survivors make an agreement to travel together, even though Tallahassee thinks Columbus is strange.
Tallahassee takes a real pride in dispatching zombies in the most uniquely hilarious and violent ways possible. While hunting for zombies in the grocery store, Tallahassee used a banjo to get the attention of a very big zombie.
Little Rock is played by actress Abigail Breslin, also known for roles in 'Signs,' 'Little Miss Sunshine,' 'Definitely, Maybe,' and the horror-comedy series, 'Scream Queens.'
Columbus contributes the main reason for his survival to the rules he created himself to survive the zombie apocalypse. For the record, Travel Light is the fifth rule.
Beware of Bathrooms
Fun fact: Tallahassee painted a "3" on the side of both the Hummer and the Escalade in tribute to the legendary Dale Earnhardt, best known for his involvement in stock car racing for NASCAR.
Six Flags Magic Mountain
Pacific Playland is actually a real amusement park and its located in Santa Monica, California. During the film, Wichita and Little Rock travel to the amusement park because they were told the park was a zombie free.
Shortly after arriving in Hollywood, Tallahassee brought the gang to Bill Murray's mansion thinking he'd be dead, but the actor was still alive and hilariously disguised as a zombie.
After having their Escalade and weapons stolen by the sisters, Columbus and Tallahassee find a yellow Hummer H2 with a giant bag of weapons in the back.
Would you rather?
License plate game
Bill Murray thought it would be fun to scare Columbus and Little Rock while they were watching 'Ghostbusters' but the plan backfired when Columbus mistakenly shot him.
Larger than Life
Despite being panned by fans and critics, 'Garfield' still managed to gross $200 million on a $50 million budget. During an interview with GQ in 2010, Murray said he agreed to do the film because he "...thought it would be kind of fun, because doing a voice is challenging, and I'd never done that."