Zack Snyder will take on Norse mythology with an anime-style bent in a new series for Netflix.
As Warner Bros. and DC are now re-mapping out its corner of the live-action superhero blockbuster-verse, former ringleader Zack Snyder is busy working on his first Justice League follow-up, the Netflix Original zombie feature Army of the Dead.
Snyder is now at work on another Netflix project, Army of the Dead, a movie that was conceived of as a sequel to Snyder's Dawn of the Dead reboot from 2004. Oliva also will serve as showrunner, director and executive producer and Snyder will executive produce.
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Norse gods are basically superheroes, so Snyder should be right at home here.
Snyder and Oliva will write the series. Deborah Snyder and Wesley Coller will produce. The film centers on a Las Vegas heist being undertaken in the midst of the zombie apocalypse, and will star Guardians of the Galaxy's Dave Bautista, Sons of Anarchy's Theo Rossi, Sweetbitter's Ella Purnell and more.
Oliva is now in production on the Manila-set Netflix original anime series Trese. A trio of new anime series in "Cannon Busters", "Seis Manos," and "Levius" will all launch on Netflix later in 2019. The streamer also has multiple anime titles based on more familiar IP on the go, including adaptations of "Magic: The Gathering", "Pacific Rim", "Altered Carbon", and "Ghost in the Shell". Norse myths already have a big comic film presence thanks to the Thor films, so tackling the legends in the form of an anime TV show could act as an interesting counterpoint.