Netflix Army of the Dead Release Date and Poster Revealed!
Netflix has revealed that Army of the Dead Release date and poster for the upcoming Zack Snyder action horror film. The film is slated to drop on the streamer on May 21, a little over two months after the director was eagerly anticipating Zack Snyder’s Justice League lands on HBO Max on March 18. Army of the Dead will also compete with the Ryan Reynolds vehicle on that May date Free guy and restart the Saw Spiral with Chris Rock, both of which are expected to appear in theaters. Check out the poster in the gallery below along with the stills!
RELATED: Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas Anime Series Adds Joe Manganiello, Christian Slater, & More
Army of the Dead will follow the story of a man who recruits a group of mercenaries to commit the ultimate heist in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. It consists of an ensemble cast, including Dave Bautista (Stuber), Omari Hardwick (great), Tig Notaro (Immediate family), Hiroyuki Sanada (Westworld), Raul Castillo (lifespan), Nora Arnezeder (origin), Matthias Schweighofer (The Manny), Samantha Win (Wonder woman), Rich Cetrone (Thor) and Garrett Dillahunt (Fear walking death).
Snyder has been working on the main film since 2007 and originally developed it at Warner Bros. Now the project is under development at Netflix. The streaming service is said to be cutting costs with a budget in the $ 70 million to $ 90 million range. The Justice League The director and wife Deborah Snyder will produce for The Stone Quarry with Wesley Collar. Ori Marmu and Andrew Norman will be overseeing Netflix.
RELATED: Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead Prequel Wraps Filming
Army of the Dead: The Prequel The Grimme Prize winner Matthias Schweighöfer directs and plays and will follow suit Army of the Dead Character “Ludwig Dieter”. Other actors game of Thrones Alaun Nathalie Emmanuel, the multilingual film was produced by Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder and Wesley Coller from The Stone Quarry, and Matthias Schweighöfer and Dan Maag from PANTALEON Films from Germany.