No more “Zombies 3”: Disney Channel’s third and last film in a series of otherworldly musicals is now on its way. With exuberant choreographed dance sequences, Zed and Addison will once again unite their village of humans, zombies, and werewolves in a show-stopping dance routine.
A 2012 pilot episode for a Disney Channel show called “Zombies and Cheerleaders” provided the inspiration for the first “Zombies” film, according to IMDB. Although the show was rebooted as a Disney Channel movie in 2018, it had an all-new cast and was the top-rated telecast for people between the ages of 6 and 14, according to Deadline. Zombies 2″ aired in 2020 and achieved the same ratings as the first, which helped the series keep its No. 1 ranking for the second year in a row.
That’s why “Zombies 3,” which promises to offer an extraterrestrial aspect, has high expectations from fans and Disney Channel alike. After all, Addison’s hair was tinted a vibrant blue by a luminous meteorite at the end of “Zombies 2.” The release date, characters, and plot of “Zombies 3” are all here for your perusal.
Zombies 3 Release Date
“Zombies 3” looks to have finished preproduction, according to Inside the Magic, and filming will begin sometime in June 2020. Because the film has yet to be released, it is anticipated that it will not broadcast on Disney Channel until at least winter 2022.
It’s possible that this may be the case based on the franchise’s prior works. Two days after Valentine’s Day in 2018, the first “Zombies” film was released. The release date of “Zombies 2” coincided with Valentine’s Day, which falls on the same day as the movie’s sequel. These previous premieres, along with the current production schedule, suggest that “Zombies 3” will arrive in theatres sometime in mid-February 2022.
Zombies 3 Cast
Fans may expect to encounter familiar characters as well as some new ones in “Zombies 3,” thanks to the return of several of the series’ key members.
Milo Manheim and Meg Donnelly will reprise their roles as Zed and Addison, respectively, in “Zombies 3.” Ariel Martin will reprise her role as Wynter, as will Chandler Kinney’s Willa, Pearce Joza’s Wyatt, and Pearce Joza’s Wyatt, who first appeared in “Zombies 2” before returning in this picture.
Many of the original cast members, including cheerleaders Bucky and Bree, Trevor Tordjman and Carla Jeffery, will return. For the first time since the first film, Kylee Russell will reprise her role as Eliza, James Godfrey will reprise his role as Bonzo, and Kingston Foster will reprise his role as Zoey.
Matt Cornet, Kyra Tantao, and Terry Hu, three extraterrestrial visitors to Seabrook, join the cast as A-Lan, A-Li, and A-Spen, respectively. Fans will have to wait and watch how these newcomers adapt to living in a town that has become a nexus for humans and monsters alike.
Zombies 3 Plotline
The meteorite cliffhanger at the conclusion of “Zombies 2” and the confirmation of a trio of actors depicting alien visitors give audiences a good idea of what to expect from the film. Fans should not, however, limit their expectations for “Zombies 3” to the appearance of extraterrestrial visitors.
Both Zed and Addison are reportedly starting their senior year at Seabrook High School, which will provide them with a slew of problems before anybody arrives from another world. While Zed is pursuing a sports scholarship, Addison will be helping her team prepare for their international cheer-off. First college student from Seabrook, he’ll go to school if he gets it. It’s also possible that audiences may eventually get to meet Zed’s mother in the third film, Milo Manheim, the actor who portrays Zed, has said.
Despite this, the arrival of the three aliens, A-Spen, A-Li, and A-Lan, might derail all of their preparations. A climactic dance performance may be a way for the zombies, aliens, werewolves, and humans to come to an accord, but those story details are still far from certain.