The cast of Zombieland: Double Tap may have their next adventure on an island thanks to an idea by star Woody Harrelson.
While speaking to TheWrap one of Double Tap's screenwriters, Paul Wernick, described a cold night of shooting in Atlanta when Harrelson mentioned they should do the next film on an island. “Everyone was like, I love that idea," said Wenick. "Standing in the cold in the middle of the night, somehow, island life sounded much better. But I was like, creatively, that’s not the best choice, but as of right now, that sounds like a pretty great idea.”
Other Double Tap screenwriter Rhett Reese named Fiji as a potential place to film, offering the idea that the zombies could be cured by Fiji water. Wernick seemed keen on the idea, saying, "'Fiji Water’s Zombieland 3’ is what we should call it."
Reese and Wernick are also responsible for penning 2009's first Zombieland film. There hasn't been any official word on a follow-up to Double Tap, though star Emma Stone mentioned she'd like to do a Zombieland every ten years.
Directed by Ruben Fleischer from a script by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick and David Callaham, Zombieland: Double Tap stars Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin. The film is in theaters now.