Army of Thieves: First Look at Army of the Dead Prequel
A couple of new Army of Thieves images have been released. The film serves as a prequel to the recently released Army of the Dead and, like this one, comes from the pens of Zack Snyder and Shay Hatton.
The first images of the new film Army of Thieves have appeared. This tells the history of Army of the Dead by Zack Snyder, which was recently published on Netflix and has already achieved a lot of success.
Matthias Schweighöfer is there both as a director and as an actor. This again plays the safecracker Ludwig Dieter and will examine the story of the character in more detail. So far, five pictures have been published, including one of Dieter pursuing his passion. The remaining pictures show the cast in different scenes.
In Army of Thieves also play Nathalie Emmanuel, Rubi O. Fee, Stuart Martin, Guz Khan, Jonathan Cohen, and Noémie Nakai. The script was penned by Zack Snyder and Shay Hatton, who also own Army of the Dead (buy now) wrote together. There is no exact release date yet, but Netflix states that the film should be released “soon”. So maybe it could be published later this year.
A recap of the film’s story was also revealed: “In this pre-story to Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead, bank clerk Dieter is drawn into the adventure of his life when a mysterious woman recruits him into a group of Interpol’s most wanted criminals to get one Heisted a number of legendary, impossible-to-crack safes across Europe. ”
In addition to Army of Thieves, another spin-off for Army of the Dead is currently in the works: the animated series Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. The show’s voice cast includes Christian Slater, Vanessa Hudgens, Joe Manganiello, Tig Notaro, and Dave Bautista, among others.
Snyder is also busy with other projects at the moment. It was recently announced that his next film will have a sci-fi setting and be called Rebel Moon. This is also produced by Netflix, with Hatton as co-writer. Allegedly, the story of the film is based on an idea of Snyder for a new Star Wars film, which was never produced.