Zombie movie to film in New Mexico

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LAS VEGAS, NV – SEPTEMBER 13: Actor Max Martini attends Freestyle Releasing’s world premiere of “Bigger” at the Orleans Arena on September 13, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

A new film production is coming to New Mexico.

Director Max Martini is bringing his latest project called “Manson Brothers Zombie Massacre” to the state. The movie is about two masked professional wrestling villains that have been banned from the big leagues. The two look to make it big in a shady independent wrestling circuit. 

Officials say the production will begin shooting mid-April through early May in Santa Fe and Española. 

The production will employ some 65 New Mexico crew members, 21 New Mexico actors and 250 New Mexico background talent.

The film is starring Mike Carey (“Chicago Fire,” “Crisis,” “Sgt. Will Gardner”), Chris Margetis (“Night Fangs,” “Lockout,” “Frankenstein Day of The Beast”), Randy Couture (“Expendables,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Ballers”), Bas Rutten (“King of Queens,” “Paul Blart, Mall Cop,” “Zookeeper”), and D.B Sweeny (“Two and a Half Men,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “The Night Shift”).

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