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The army of the dead: Ana de la Reguera talks about her brutal final scene

Ana de la Reguera added another great success to her career with The Army of the Dead – 78%, a film by Zack Snyder that continues to be one of the most watched titles in the Netflix catalog. The Mexican actress took one of the main roles and, boy, did she win the affection of the public with her performance. During a new interview with Collider, Ana talks about that brutal final scene of her character. Viewers were blown away by that unexpected moment and now she shares all the details about the recording.
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‘Army of the Dead’ Reshoots: Ana de la Reguera Is the Only Actor Who Filmed with Tig Notaro

Much news has been made over Zack Snyder digitally inserting Tig Notaro into “Army of the Dead,” but now comes confirmation from cast member Ana de la Reguera about the only two scenes in the movie in which Notaro appeared with a real actor on set. Notaro was cast in the Netflix zombie movie after production had wrapped because Snyder needed to replace Chris D’Elia after he was accused of sexual misconduct. The pandemic prevented Snyder from reuniting the cast and forced him to shoot Notaro via green screen and then digitally put her in the movie in the exact places D’Elia had been removed from.
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Ana De La Reguera Teases The Army Of The Dead Prequel Series Lost Vegas - Exclusive

Thanks to the passion director Zack Snyder has for his unique zombie universe, there are two more stories on the way based on epic zombie heist thriller "Army of the Dead." Both projects in the works are prequels set before the events of "Army of the Dead" — the anime-style series "Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas" and the live-action feature "Army of Thieves." Lucky for fans, "Lost Vegas" features several actors reprising their roles from "Army of the Dead" — including Dave Bautista, Tig Notaro, and Ella Purnell — while "Army of Thieves" stars Matthias Schweighöfer, who is also directing the film.

'Army of the Dead': Ana de la Reguera Details How They Pulled off THAT Brutal Scene

[Editor's note: The following contains spoilers for Army of the Dead.]. Many key characters meet an especially brutal demise in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead. But personally? The one I can’t get out of my head is the fate Maria Cruz played by Ana de la Reguera suffers. The connection between Reguera and Dave Bautista as Scott Ward is one of the strongest elements of the film, with the pair sharing an infectious chemistry I couldn’t get enough of. Between that and the fact that they are the first two members to join the heist crew, I had made up in my mind that, at the very least, they were going to be some of the last characters standing - until they weren’t.
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Army Of The Dead Star Ana De La Reguera Reveals She Didn't Know She Was Being Cast In A Major Role - Exclusive

Actor Ana de la Reguera has had her share of high-profile roles over the years — from turns in such films as "Nacho Libre" and "Cowboys & Aliens," to appearing in several TV series including "Eastbound & Down," "Narcos," and "Goliath." Despite all of her years of experience, de la Reguera still never imagined that she would be so high on the list of actors Zack Snyder wanted for his new zombie heist thriller "Army of the Dead."
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Army Of The Dead Star Ana De La Reguera Shares Her Instant Connection With Dave Bautista - Exclusive

Chemistry is not always a guarantee between any actors in a film, but director Zack Snyder somehow knew that Ana de la Reguera and Dave Bautista were going to make for a formidable pair with a deep emotional connection as part of the cast of "Army of the Dead," his new zombie heist thriller. Now playing in select theaters nationwide ahead of its Friday release on Netflix, "Army of the Dead" stars Bautista as Scott Ward, a veteran of the zombie war who reconnects with his friend and fellow soldier, Maria Cruz (de la Reguera), with a dangerous proposal; since both are struggling to make ends meet despite their faithful service to their country, Ward wants Cruz to help him form a band of mercenaries to venture into Las Vegas, which has been walled off in order to contain a zombie outbreak.
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INTERVIEW: Ana de la Reguera Talks Fighting Zombies in Army of the Dead

Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead features an international cast of characters that come together to pull off an elaborate casino heist in post-apocalyptic zombie Las Vegas. But unlike its inspiration Ocean’s Eleven, the film isn’t a boys club. Several women are part of the heist team, and each one sports their own apocalyptic survival skills. As David Bautista’s Scott Ward assembles his team, the first person he recruits is his former fellow mercenary and mechanic Maria Cruz, played by Ana de la Reguera.
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Army Of The Dead Star Ana De La Reguera Takes Us Inside Zack Snyder's Unique Zombie Universe - Exclusive Interview

In the 25 years since she made her screen debut in the family adventure series "Azul" in her native Mexico, Ana de la Reguera has done it all, from comedy ("Nacho Libre," "Eastbound & Down," "Jane the Virgin") and drama ("Goliath") to crime thrillers ("Narcos" and "Power") and sci-fi ("Cowboys & Aliens"). And yet, while she made a brief trip into horror with a guest role in Robert Rodriguez's vampire thriller "From Dusk 'til Dawn: The Series," de la Reguera didn't encounter the undead — at least of the zombie variety — until she enlisted in director Zack Snyder's new zombie heist thriller "Army of the Dead."