Why worry about seeing Osama Bin Laden's death photos when a Utah production company is going to bring him back to life?
Arrowstorm Entertainment is set to release "Osombie: The Axis of Evil Dead" this summer, the plot of which consists of the former al Qaeda leader and a band of zombie terrorists battling a NATO special-forces unit, who are trying to stop the zombie brigade from turning the world into a faction of radicalized undead. From the looks of the trailer, the movie hits all the high notes: action, drama and romance.
(Ed. Note: Trailer is NSFW due to a considerable amount of gore and violence.)
The film's executive producer tells ABC News the script was written before Bin Laden was killed by Navy SEALs last May. After his death, the company gave the green light for production.
The film, shot entirely in Utah, which the filmakers say is surprisingly similar to Afghanistan, is scheduled to be released this summer.
"Osombie" is not be confused with the forthcoming documentary from Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow about the death of Bin Laden, which is expected to be graphic but zombie-free.