“Zombie Town”, a film that mixes ‘zombies’ attacks with teenage romance, will mark the reunion in the cinema of legendary comedians Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase, according to The Hollywood Reporter. debut, the independent production is based on a book by celebrated horror author RL Stine (“Goosebumps”) about a small town that begins to be terrorized by the undead after two young people watch a horror movie and the beings jump off the big screen. to real life. Directed by Peter Lepeniotis, best known for animated films (“The Park Gang”, “Gnome Patrol”), the cast of “Zombie Town” also includes teenagers Marlon Kazadi (“Riverdale”) and Madi Monroe (“Attaway General”), as well as Henry Czerny (“Mission: Impossible”), Brenna Coates (“Coroner”) and the duo Scott Thompson and Bruce McCulloch (“Kids in the Hall”). “Spies Like Us” (1985)” data-title=”The 80s are back: new film will bring together comedy legends Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase – SAPO Mag”> “Spies Like Us” (1985) Revealed by the original cast of the comedy show “Saturday Night Live”, still in the 70’s, Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase shone in American comedy throughout the 80’s and ascended to the pantheon practically at the same time, the first with “Ghostbusters” (1984) and the second with “What a Vacation Parody” (1983). Aykroyd, now 70, and Chase, 78, also met in two films, “Spies Like Us ” (1985) and “Valkenvania Madness” (1991), but the results were disappointing. Far from the best years of his career, the former returned as Ray Stantz in the recent “Ghostbusters: Legacy” (2021), while the latter stood out, but with behind-the-scenes controversies related to “star” behaviors, as a secondary in the series “Community” (2009-2015).