"It's time to nut up, or shut up."
The waiting is over for the first "Zombieland: Doubletap" trailer.
The sequel to the undead killing-fest that was 2009's "Zombieland" dropped Thursday and Oscar-winner Emma Stone starts off the shooting within the first five seconds.
Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin return as the unlikely humans who shot and bickered their way through the zombie apocalypse (phase one).
Now they have moved into the White House, the deserted presidential work and living place.
While there's no sign that the invading zombie hordes who wrecked the joint found any brains to munch, one thing is for sure – Harrelson's Tallahassee sure does look good behind the Oval Office desk.
"I think I would have made a damn fine president," he says. "You're welcome, America."
Stone's Wichita retort is even more lethal than her firearms: "You would have brought a real dignity to the office."
There's White House dodgeball, scooter riding and target practice in the hallways, slow dancing under an Obama "Hope" poster that is still hanging (proof this is a work of fiction) and plenty-o-partying before the crew have to leave to retrieve Breslin's Little Rock.
That means heavy metal music, zombie death (an awesome kill with a hay cutter and Tallahassee's immortal cry of "Die Zombie!!") and a welcome sight of new character Nevada (Rosario Dawson).
Full mayhem is coming Oct. 18 when "Double Tap" hits theaters.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: 'Zombieland 2' kills Oval Office dignity with 'Double Tap' trailer