Army of the dead release date usa on 21st may 2021:Fans of Zack Snyder, take note: Right now, you can watch the first 15 minutes of Army of the Dead on Netflix’s YouTube channel. But you’d better hurry because this sneak peek is only available for a 32-hour period before it vanishes.
This highly awaited zombie heist action film, from the director of 300 and the now-infamous Snyder Cut of Justice League, follows a group of mercenaries who venture into the quarantine zone of a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas.The trailer, which starred Dave Bautista, Tig Notaro, Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick, and others, promised a sleek, rip-roaring, zombie-killing fun time, and Army of the Dead, according to early reviews, delivers.
And nowhere does it offer more than in the first 15 minutes of the film, which explains how the zombie apocalypse in Las Vegas came to be a car accident triggered by a little roadside pleasure.
The film then transitions into a vibrant, spectacular, slow-mo zombie-slaying credit sequence set to Elvis Presley’s “Viva Las Vegas.” Our heroes intervene after the undead have killed everyone in Las Vegas. (Richard Cheese and Allison Crowe perform the cover, the latter of whom also performed the cover of “Hallelujah” in Zack Snyder’s Justice League.) It’s fashionable and entertaining.
Don’t worry if you watched the live stream that followed the sneak peek—an incredibly corny pre-taped segment with Snyder and his cast urging fans to use different emojis to “unlock” the material, which mirrored watching an annotated Disney Channel Original Movie in 2006—you won’t be disappointed. Army of the Dead is much more slick, elegant, and exciting than that promotional stunt implies.
Don’t worry if you skipped the 32-hour window—Army of the Dead will be available to stream in its entirety on Netflix starting May 21.