Zack Snyder’s passion project has been on his slate since 2011, but following this year’s Army Of The Dead, it’s finally next in line.
Zack Snyder’s certainly a busy guy of late. Having recut his Justice League footage into a four-hour epic, he’s also got the release of his zombie heist film inbound at Netflix. There’ll presumably be sequels involved there too, as well as input required on other related projects such as the prequel movie, Army Of Thieves. Then there’s the Arthurian epic he was talking up a month or two ago, as well as his planned version of Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead, which has reportedly been shelved for now.
Next then? It seems a smaller Snyder passion project may be on the way, an idea of his that’s been percolating away since 2011’s Man Of Steel.
Horse Latitudes, previously titled The Last Photograph, ‘follows two men who are inspired by a photograph to travel to South America.’
At the moment though, uncertainty regarding Covid has the entire project in a state of uncertainty. Says Snyder, “right now, we’re just waiting a little bit, because the hope is to shoot that movie in South America. Because Covid right now is pretty intense in that part of the world, so we’re just waiting for hopefully some relief in order to get up and make that one. Although I do have another thing that I’m working on right now. Hopefully, we’ll see if that comes together. Because it’s pretty crazy”.
What the ‘crazy’ other project may be, who knows? We’d certainly be interested in seeing Snyder do something smaller and more personal. Whether it happens though depends on the state of the world and the director’s increasingly busy slate. We’ll keep you posted as we hear more.
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