Army of the Dead director, Zack Snyder, has prodded the presence of time loops in his upcoming zombie heist sequel, Army of the Dead 2. Having made his feature film debut with the 2004 revamp of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, Snyder knows a thing or two with regards to the stuff to make zombies work on the big screen. It might appear to be a simple errand to make the undead interesting, however as the multitude of zombie related films, TV projects, and computer games have clarified throughout the long term, the assignment is anything yet simple.
In a new interview with Snyder, GamesRadar+ gained a little insight into Army of the Dead’s time loop concept that is by all accounts providing the 55-year-old filmmaker with a lot of euphoria. However there’s still no immediate understanding of exactly how the time loop part of the sequel will work, Snyder’s new remarks have all yet confirmed that time travel will play a role in the new film. Adding that he “can hardly wait” to make Army of the Dead 2, Snyder said:
“I’m a colossal fanatic of this mythological understory. All your time loop fun that you can have, there’s a lot of cool upgrades that are heated in now. I can hardly wait to make the sequel to Army of the Dead, with the goal that we can perceive how then all of those things manifest.”
In case there is a potential drawback to the establishment that Snyder’s building, it’s that it does on occasion feel like none of it is happening organically. Rather than a gradual build up from one film to another, Snyder’s Army of the Dead feels like it has intentionally excluded or held back essential viewpoints in request to legitimize more sequels. This likely won’t bother most fans, yet for the individuals who would lean toward a smooth transition into sequels, the establishment may feel somewhat like Snyder is throwing everything he can at his crowds in order to perceive what sticks.