Director Zack Snyder did not knew Netflix’s Army of the Dead would become as big as it is. Following work on his hotly anticipated cut of Justice League, Zack Snyder, Deborah Snyder, and Wesley Coller’s creation organization, The Stone Quarry, partnered with Netflix to make this year’s Army of the Dead, a spiritual successor to Snyder’s 2004 debut film, Dawn of the Dead. Since its release in May, Army of the Dead has become one of the streamer’s most-watched movies ever.
As part of [email protected] 2021, Netflix hosted a virtual board for Army of Thieves, which is delivered by The Stone Quarry and coordinated by Schweighöfer. During the board, producers Zack Snyder, Deborah Snyder, and Coller were asked in the event that they had any hint how big Army of the Dead would become. Peruse Zack Snyder’s response below:
“No is the answer. [We were] conversing with Netflix about the success so far and we were all snickering. For me, honestly, I resembled ‘ah, this will be a great classification frolic’ and I had an inclination we could do it well and that individuals would appreciate it and that it would be big on the service, but what it’s become has been extremely energizing for us because we truly love this world too and to see it develop is truly fun.”
The success of Army of Dead not just bodes well for forthcoming projects inside Snyder’s zombie universe but his future with Netflix. Snyder is easily one of the most-discussed directors of contemporary film. While fans continue to support the restoration of DC’s SnyderVerse, it sounds like his talents are being completely used with Netflix. The controversy surrounding the theatrical release of Justice League concerns itself with studio obstruction. Snyder’s 4-hour cut of Justice League excelled on HBO Max thanks to it being generally unrestrained. As perhaps the substance of inventive trustworthiness, Snyder has the support of his contemporaries and audiences the same. Going on like this, Rebel Moon will be much bigger than Army of the Dead.