Zack Snyder has logical arguments about why he might suffer when trying to survive a zombie apocalypse
American director Zack Snyder recently sat down for a chat and had fans pondering over his thoughts about not being able to survive a zombie apocalypse despite directing two movies on the genre.
The director got candid during a promotional fan Q&A for the Netflix special Army of the Dead and was quoted saying, "The fictionalization of zombies tend to give you a false sense of security about your ability to then, say, fight or understand how zombies might act. That would be a recipe for disaster."
Hence, "Clearly, in a real-world scenario, none of this would happen as it is. You'd be like, ‘Oh no, see I'm a zombie expert, so we should definitely go over there’.” Plus “I don't know how I'd do in the actual zombie apocalypse. Also, that's just a horrific thought."