Zack Snyder is set to reunite with one of his Watchmen sirens, proving that even a troubled superhero can feel the wrath of a good old fashioned Sucker Punch.
Fresh off of offending 60% of the film-going world with the glowing and swinging dong of Dr. Manhattan (seriously people, lighten up) in Watchmen, director Zack Snyder dropped some details today about his next project Sucker Punch.
Visionary director Zack Snyder has captured himself two more lovelies to star in his all-girl action flick Sucker Punch.
I was one of the many who were disappointed when "Big Love"'s Amanda Seyfried had to withdraw from Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch. But her replacement was announced today, and I must say things are indeed looking up for the project once again.
Looks like "Big Love" starlet Amanda Seyfried won't be tackling Zack Snyder's next big-screen effort, Sucker Punch after all. According to EW Seyfried has to withdraw from the film due to scheduling conflicts.
It may not be 100% horror, but since the possible next film for Watchmen director Zack Snyder is described as ”Alice in Wonderland with machine guns”, I can’t help but think horror fans will find something to dig about it.
Well, at least we can end the week on the good news that Zack Snyder’s long-awaited zombie epic, Army of the Dead, has still got a pulse. As it were.
So Zack Snyder was never actually supposed to direct what was supposed to be the zombie opus to end all zombie opuses (?), Army of the Dead; he's never been anything more than a producer on the film, we learned today, so it's no surprise that Warner Bros. has filled the chair with another newbie director.
With the upcoming adaptation of 300 blowing the minds of all those who see it, I think it’s safe to say that director Zack Snyder is here to stay. After remaking Dawn of the Dead and impressing more people than it pissed off (no small feat, that), there was some concern he might be done with our genre.