As zombies continue to stalk screens both big and small, the third pic in George A. Romero’s original undead trilogy will walk again. Texas Chainsaw 3D producers Lati Grobman and Christa Campbell are teaming with Millennium Films and Taurus Entertainment to revive Day Of The Dead, which originally rose in 1985 and was revived in a straight-to-video version in 2008. “Contrary to other recent zombie remakes, our Day of the Dead will honor Romero’s original vision by reviving the slow, brooding zombie that terrorized so many of our childhoods,” Grobman tells Deadline. “The trend of the fast, agile, ‘sprinting’ zombie creates a lot of great jump-out-of-your-seat moments, but it doesn’t compare to the psychological fear and tension that builds when going up against Romero’s original undead army.” Romero’s film followed his 1968 genre classic Night Of The Living Dead and 1979 sequel Dawn Of The Dead. Day Of The Dead revolved around survivors of the worldwide zombie apocalypse who struggle to survive in fortified enclaves while trying to figure how to reverse the calamity. “Our goal is to reset the genre by finding the perfect balance between nostalgia and modernity,” Grobman says, “all while crafting a story that has both heart and brains — literally.”The remake is budgeted at $10M-$20M. Producers Grobman and Campbell, whose Texas Chainsaw 3D topped $34M this year, plan to start shooting in the winter for a 2014 release. Avi Lerner — who worked with  Boaz Davidson, Mark Gill, James Dudelson, and Robert Dudelson will serve as executive producers.

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