The actor played Tallahassee, a hot headed survivor who has a knack for killing zombies, in the previous two movies
Fans of the Zombieland movies love the hot-headed zombie killer Tallahassee, played by Woody Harrelson. The first film, which released in 2009, has a number of fans across the world and now the actor has expressed his interest in returning as Tallahassee for another Zombieland movie.
“I haven’t heard anything about it from many of the creative elements. I would love to do it because I just love those guys. That’s a singularly wonderful, fun, amazingly funny group of people. So what I’m saying is I’m open to it,” said Harrelson, in an interview with Screen Rant.
The first movie, following its release, had the fans hoping for a sequel, and Zombieland: Double Tap hit theatres in 2019. The cast and crew had expressed their desire to return for another Zombieland movie during the release of the second movie.
Written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick and directed by Ruben Fleischer, the first movie followed a geeky college student played by Jesse Eisenberg, as he runs into three strangers on his extended cross-country trip, in search of a safe haven following a zombie apocalypse. Also featuring Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin and Bill Murray, the movie received rave reviews and was a commercial success, which paved the way for the sequel.
Harrelson has been a busy actor these days, with him playing the villain in the upcoming sequel to Venom. He will bring the villainous Carnage to life in Venom: Let There Be Carnage that is directed by Andy Serkis and is set to release on October 1.