Nobody in 2009’s “Zombieland” gets a proper name, but Amber Heard’s character doesn’t even get a location-based moniker like everybody else; she’s known only as “406,” referring to her apartment number. She also only shows up in one scene in the zombie comedy starring Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin, in a flashback that explains why Columbus (Eisenberg) is so hesitant to trust any other survivors of the zombie-causing pandemic.
Right at the start of the outbreak, Columbus is alone in his apartment when his beautiful neighbor, 406, comes to his door in a total panic, saying a strange man bit her, and she’s completely freaked out. After the two fall asleep together, though, 406, predictably, wakes up as a zombie … and Columbus is forced to kill her. Columbus, by his own admission, isn’t particularly smooth with the ladies; surprisingly, this encounter doesn’t boost his confidence for when he eventually meets Wichita (Stone). Ultimately, “Zombieland” earned a solid 89% critical rating on Rotten Tomatoes, making it Heard’s best-reviewed film.