If you like popcorn movies, Netflix and Zack Snyder have a good plan for you this May: Army of the Dead, a wild and violent movie in which a group of mercenaries rob a casino in Las Vegas … that is full of zombies. The May 21th The film will air on Netflix, but the week before you can see it in Spanish cinemas.
The distributor Tripictures will take the film to several cinemas in Spain a week before, May 14. In this tweet you will find the complete list of cinemas that will screen the film a week in advance, in case you want to see it on the big screen.
Don’t you have any of those cinemas nearby? Don’t worry: that same week you will be able to enjoy a free preview with the first 15 minutes of the movie. To do this, you simply have to Retweet this tweet, and it will premiere on May 13 at 7:00 p.m. CET.
If you want to unlock the first 15 minutes of #ArmyOfTheDead you’re going to have to do some digging (literally). RETWEET this tweet for updates on an exclusive look at the film on May 13th, 10AM PT. pic.twitter.com/Z8PoIR9AtI
– NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) May 7, 2021
We are not sure how this preview will be broadcast, if it will be uploaded to YouTube, or if it will be sent only to users who retweet the tweet. If you are crazy to see it, you can calm the desire a bit. Hopefully it starts off strong so that we want to keep watching it next week!
The Army of the Dead is led by Dave Bautista, increasingly comfortable in cinema after Guardians of the Galaxy, Stuber Express, Dune). The mercenary team includes Ella Purnell (Belgravia, Sweetbiter, Churchill), Ana de la Reguera (The Purge: Infinite, Collisions), Theo rossi (Rattlesnake, Ghosts of War), Huma qureshi (Leila), Omari Hardwick (The spell), Hiroyuki Sanada (Mortal Kombat), Garret dillahunt (Widows), Raul Castillo (Little Fish) and Nora arnezeder (Origin), among others.
Remember, Army of the Dead will be released on May 21 on Netflix, but on May 14 it can be seen in select theaters in Spain. Reserve your ticket!