Zack Snyder has uncovered new posters for Netflix’s upcoming Army of Thieves movie. A prequel to Snyder’s profoundly streamed blockbuster, Army of the Dead, which came out in May 2021, Army of Thieves focuses on the unsteady and particular safecracker, Ludwig Dieter, played by Matthias Schweighöfer. The movie is set during the initial stages of the zombie outbreak, and it centers around the early days of Ludwig’s career as he is employed by a secretive woman to pull off a heist with the assistance of a lot of improbable, aspiring criminals. Schweighöfer is directing the movie, with Snyder attached as an author and leader maker.
On Friday, Zack Snyder posted three posters from Army of Thieves to Twitter. The vibrant images tease the exciting heist to come, at the same time spotlighting the movie’s main team of burglars. The posters reiterate that the movie is a prequel as one of them reads “while the zombies took more than, one team took advantage,” indicating when Army of Thieves is set in the Army of the Dead timeline. Take a glance at the new posters underneath:
In each of the posters that Snyder has shared, fans can get a decent gander at the individuals from the new heist team. Other than Schweighöfer’s Ludwig, there is Man Like Mobeen’s Guz Khan as Rolph, who is the team’s getaway driver. Meanwhile, Jamestown’s Stuart Martin is playing Brad Cage, a brawny person who does the majority of the action. Polar’s Ruby O. Expense is essaying the hacker Korina, whereas, Game of Thrones’ Nathalie Emmanuel is attached as Gwendoline, the woman who initiates Ludwig.
It very well may be argued that the new posters don’t reveal any additional information about Army of Thieves. Yet, they are as yet significant bits of marketing to come from the film as they see the movie’s delectable visuals, dazzling shading palette, and glaring cinematography. A large part of the criticism that Army of the Dead drew came because of its frowsy imaging, with several watchers criticizing the presence of dead pixels on their screens during numerous scenes. However, now, as the vivid posters indicate, it appears to be that mistakes made in the original movie have been amended. Consequently, Army of Thieves can be depended on to convey a greater quality watching experience.