By Zack Snyder Army of the dead loses the opening credits text due to another apparent Netflix glitch. 2021 finally saw the arrival of the long-awaited Snyder cut from League of Justice. The director then maintained his hot streak with Army of the dead, his zombie heist movie for Netflix.
Army of the dead in itself it turned out to be a huge hit for Netflix that even surprised Snyder himself. And the streamer will not waste time taking advantage of the popularity of his new franchise, since later this year they will debut Army of thieves, a spin-off that revolves around Matthias Schweighöfer’s character, Ludwig Dieter. There is also an animated series in the works titled Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. And of course Army of the Dead 2 it’s happening. Any future plans for the franchise beyond that have yet to be officially announced, but Snyder himself recently joked about the possibility of a musical.
It may not have been an actual spin-off or sequel, but a slightly different version of Army of the dead it recently hit Netflix for at least a while. A viewer saw the change, who removed the text from the opening title sequence and took it to his Twitter account. Zack Snyder’s Bible to call him. See the video proof of this strange glitch in space below:
Want to see an Army of the Dead opening credits scene without text? That’s right now Netflix, which may be a glitch, so quick before they fix it! pic.twitter.com/97mLYLAeuA
– Zack Snyder’s Bible (@ZackSnyderBible) July 30, 2021
It’s hard to say exactly why Army of the dead The text of the opening titles would suddenly disappear from Netflix. It could be a glitch as noted by the viewer who noticed the change. It could be someone, maybe even Snyder himself, who thought it would be fun to put a version of the movie without titles (Snyder likes to switch movies after the fact, as he has made clear). At least one person who responded to the original Twitter post thought the textless version was actually an improvement, so perhaps this was a deliberate change that was tested and is now getting some approval.
If this disappearing text cheat was really a glitch, weirdly it wouldn’t be the first to strike Army of the dead since it came to Netflix. When the film first reached the streamer, many fans watching in 4K noticed the presence of dead pixels in the image, prompting speculation about a possible faulty camera or some strange encoding issue. It was later posited that the combination of equipment Snyder used, employing older lenses in newer digital cameras, may have resulted in these minor artifacts that could not later be removed in post-production. Regardless of these various Army of the dead Technical glitches, the movie has definitely caught on in a big way with Snyder fans, leading to an entire franchise and Snyder himself signing with Netflix for more projects. DC SnyderVerse will likely never happen, but Netflix SnyderVerse is just getting started.
More: Army of the Dead: How Zombie War Changed Vanderohe (Before The Movie)
Source: Zack Snyder’s Bible / Twitter
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