First look at Army of Thieves, the prequel to Army of the Dead produced by Zack Snyder

First look at Army of Thieves, the prequel to Army of the Dead produced by Zack Snyder

This 2021 is being a good time in the professional department to Zack Snyder, which is having a year full of premieres. The first half started with the long-awaited premiere of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, his version of the DC heroes movie, and in the spring, The Army of the Dead, a robbery movie set on a stage full of zombies.

Snyder’s days in the DC Universe may have come to an end, but as the director himself had been anticipating, the universe of The army of the dead It has already begun to expand, with a prequel movie expected to hit Netflix by the end of the year: Army of Thieves.

In this case, Snyder has decided to give up the director’s seat and will serve as producer with his wife Deborah Snyder and co-creator of the story with Shay Hatten, who has developed the script for the film.

The address of Army of Thieves has happened to Matthias Schweighöfer, who played Ludwig Dieter in the first film and will also reprise the character.

Taking advantage of the Comic Con weekend, Netflix has shared a first teaser of Army of Thieves in which we can glimpse what the world was like before the arrival of the zombies and it seems that even the first days of the outbreak of the undead.

The creators have said that although technically the film is not a “zombie movie” to use, we will get to see them on screen. In addition to the trailer, a first poster for the film has also been revealed.

Not much else is known about the plot yet, only that it takes place six years before the events of Army of the Dead and that it focuses on Ludwig Dieter, who became one of the favorite characters of the movie fandom. Army of Thieves It marks the beginnings of Ludwig as a thief, when he is hired by a mysterious woman to carry out a robbery with a group of thieves.

In addition to Matthias Schweighöfer, the cast of Army of Thieves will feature Nathalie Emmanuel, Guz Khan, Ruby O. Fee, Stuart Martin, Jonathan Cohen, Noemie Nakai, Peter Simonischek and John Buniak.

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