- Associated Press - Monday, April 21, 2014

SUMMERFIELD, Fla. (AP) - A zombie movie will be dedicated to two men who died in a plane crash while filming in north Florida.

Bronson Mosley told the Ocala Star-Banner (https://bit.ly/1luyxEb ) that ‘What Tomorrow Brings’ will honor Dennis Monroe and Joseph Sardinas. They died April 6 when their plane apparently lost power while flying low to film about 30 ‘zombie’ extras on the ground.

The film was nearing completion when the crash occurred.

Officials say 65-year-old Monroe was piloting the two-seater, single-engine plane while 70-year-old Sardinas filmed.

The National Transportation Safety Board is examining the aerial footage shot that day.

The film was originally set for a May release. But Mosley says he’s hoping for a June opening at Ocala’s historic Marion Theatre, complete with a red carpet and awards ceremony.

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Information from: Ocala (Fla.) Star-Banner, https://www.starbanner.com/

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