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Warning: There are spoilers ahead for Zack Snyder's "Army of the Dead."
"AOTD" ends on a cliffhanger teasing more zombies to come.
While prequels are already in the works, Snyder told Insider he has also considered sequels.
Vanderohe (Omari Hardwick) discovers on a flight to Mexico City that he's been bitten by a zombie. As he realizes he's about to become one of the undead and bring the zombie outbreak to a new country, the screen cuts to black, leaving room for a follow-up film.
While prequels have been announced, Snyder recently told Insider that he and "Army of the Dead" cowriter Shay Hatten know what possible sequels would look like too.
"Shay and I [were] talking about what happens after this, it's just mind-boggling," Snyder told Insider of where the story goes after "Army of the Dead" ends.
When pressed further on the possibilities for an "Army of the Dead" sequel, Snyder teased the potential for multiple sequels, saying, "We've already figured out where the movie, movies could go if need be. But, one day at a time, as they say."
For now, Snyder and the "Army" crew are busy with two very different prequels.
The first, a full-length feature called "Army of Thieves," is a live-action heist film which takes place during the early days of the zombie apocalypse. Matthias Schweighöfer will reprise his role as Ludwig Dieter and also serve as director. The film also stars Nathalie Emmanuel and Guz Khan.
"Army of Thieves" wrapped filming in December 2020.
Netflix is also planning to release an animated prequel series, called "Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas," which will reunite much of the original cast, including Dave Bautista, Tig Notaro, and Ana de la Reguera. It will also star some of Snyder's long-time collaborators, including Joe Manganiello, Jena Malone, Ray Porter, and Harry Lennix.
You can read our review of "Army of the Dead" here and our interview with Snyder here.
Read the original article on Insider