Le meilleur film de Zack Snyder est désormais diffusé sur Peacock

Dawn of the Dead is now exclusively streaming on Peacock.

Zack Snyder may be busy with his roles at the helm of two new cinematic universes with Army of the Dead and Rebel Moon, on Netflix, and he shows no signs of slowing down. Rebel Moon will be released on the streaming service later this year, and it was recently revealed that there will be two parts. Not much is known about Snyder’s projects, but it can be safely assumed that he will focus on his own intellectual property rather than returning to DC projects as fans wish the director would. One of the director’s best films has found a new home on a new streaming service, and you’ll never guess what it is. Dawn of the Dead has officially started streaming on Peacock as of today.

Zack Snyder’s next film will be Rebel Moon

Snyder is gearing up to release his next film on Netflix, and it will be this space epic that birthed the universe called Rebel Moon. The director recently described how the film would launch a new cinematic universe for the streaming service.

“When I pitched it to Netflix, the scale of it is what they wanted,” Snyder said. “They’re like, ‘Well, how big could it be? How many movies?’ It sort of made me go, ‘Okay, if we really do this, we can dig pretty deep into all of it. We can’t really touch the bottom of it.’

Le meilleur film de Zack Snyder est désormais diffusé sur Peacock

What is Dawn of the Dead about?

Fandom describes the film as follows: “Dawn of the Dead is a 2004 horror remake of the 1978 film of the same name by George A. Romero. Both the remake and the original depict a handful of human survivors living in a shopping mall surrounded by swarms of zombies, but the details differ significantly. Directed by Zack Snyder and his feature film debut, the film was produced by Strike Entertainment, released by Universal Studios, and stars Ving Rhames, Sarah Polley, and Jake Weber with cameos from original actors Ken Foree, Scott Reiniger, and Tom Savini. It was released in the United States on March 19, 2004, and in the United Kingdom on March 26, 2004.”