“World War Z” set raided by Hungarian anti-terror unit


The upcoming zombie movie “World War Z” had real police action this past Monday when a Hungarian anti-terrorism unit raided a warehouse in Budapest holding “prop weapons” for the film.

The weapons, which reportedly had paperwork stating they were non-functional, were in-fact fully-functional weapons. There were 85 weapons in total that were seized, many of which were automatic assault rifles. These guns are highly illegal to transport into the country, even for use in film productions.

“World War Z” is being produced by Plan B Entertainment, owned by the film’s star Brad Pitt. The movie is scheduled for release December 21, 2012. The movie is based on a 2006 book of the same name written by Max Brooks.

[from Us Weekly]

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