Legendary horror overlord George A Romero has been out pounding the press tour for his latest zombie outing, Diary Of The Dead.
But while sitting down to talk with Entertainment Weekly, the director revealed that he’d like a shot at an altogether different genre. “The movie I’ve wanted to do ever since I was a kid, don’t ask me why, is Tarzan,” he told the magazine. “So if somebody came along and said, we're going to give you a bunch of money to go make Tarzan, I would immediately say yes. But then they probably wouldn't want me to do the real Edgar Rice Burroughs version.”
Click the link for more on Diary and his thoughts on DVD commentaries. Oh, and anyone reading this with a spare few million down the back of the sofa? We’d love to see Romero’s take on the loincloth-clad hero. But please, no pitches that include the words, “…And Cheetah’s a chimpan-zombie!”