First conceptual images of Rebel Moon, Zack Snyder’s new science fiction movie for Netflix

After the brief romance between Zack Snyder and Warner Bros. came to an end in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the filmmaker has found love again on Netflix.

Last year, Snyder premiered Army of the Dead, his return to the zombie genre with an all-star cast that, in fact, received its prequel/spin-off film months later.

We refer to Army of Thieves, with Matthias Schweighöfer directing and reprising the role of safe deposit expert Ludwig Dieter. Zack Snyder remained as producer.

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One of Zack Snyder’s most ambitious projects is on its way to Netflix, and it will be full of good science fiction, with many reminiscences of other prolific sagas of the genre.

This is Rebel Moon, which this week is receiving updates, such as the addition of Charlie Hunnam, Djimon Hounsou, Doona Bae and Ray Fisher to the cast, after their collaboration with Snyder in Justice League.

Netflix Geeked has shared some spectacular concept art for Zack Snyder’s film, and the director himself has shared three more on Twitter.

The arts Conceptual images show us some locations of Rebel Moon, set in another galaxy, and we notice a certain aroma of sagas such as Star Wars and the saga from which it in turn drinks: Dune, which is normal if we keep in mind that the project originated as An idea to set in the Star Wars galaxy.

In fact, the brief synopsis that exists for Rebel Moon is going to make more than one Star Wars fan’s ears tingle.

“The people of a galaxy send a young woman to seek out warriors from other planets to aid them against the tyrannical armies that are terrorizing their peaceful colony.” (via Filmaffinity).

Help me Obi-Wan Ken… erm, Rebel Moon is scheduled to hit Netflix sometime in 2023, so possibly going into production this same year, taking the chip off Zack Snyder for his Star Wars project that never saw the light of day.