Brad Pitt said there may be a sequel to "World War Z."

C'mon, Brad. No need to threaten us.

"We're certainly talking about it," Pitt recently told Variety. "We have so many ideas on the table from the time we spent developing this thing and figuring out how the zombie worlds work. We're going to do our best and see what we get out of it. We've got to get the script right first to determine if we go further."

He knows there are really no zombie worlds ... right?

Despite lackluster reviews, "World War Z" wound up being Pitt's biggest film ever, grossing $536 million worldwide. Pitt's previous biggest moneymaker was "Troy."

The Huffington Post reported "World War Z" was conceived as a trilogy, but Paramount changed plans after numerous changes were made to the first film's ending.

So, I guess Pitt's character didn't die?

The studio started talking about sequels again in June, according to the website.

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