There’s a lot that goes right into a story as epic in scale because the zombie heist thriller “Military of the Lifeless,” so director Zack Snyder wished to verify the actors who performed the hardened mercenaries have been well-prepared to tackle the duty. Ana de la Reguera, who hails from Veracruz, Mexico, admitted that she wasn’t loopy about dealing with actual, heavy-duty weaponry.
“It was actually bizarre, as a result of additionally, there have been a whole lot of international folks within the film, and People are very, very keen about their weapons,” de la Reguera stated. “I bear in mind within the camp, I felt just a little uncomfortable as a result of I used to be like, ‘You guys’ — and so they have been tremendous robust guys — and I used to be like, ‘Why cannot we simply use faux weapons? Why do we have to study to make use of an actual gun? Why are we going to this camp?’ I used to be really uncomfortable, and I wasn’t pleased about it, till I do not know which actor informed me, ‘Properly, these experiences will enable you to [somehow]. You may study one thing new.’ And I stated, ‘Okay.'”
As soon as she embraced the truth that coaching with actual weapons was an vital a part of the protocol, de la Reguera stated she was “tremendous grateful” that she did. “It isn’t till you might be with an actual weapon, such an enormous weapon, that you’ve the respect for it, and you do not maintain it the identical approach. Even when it will be a faux one, you recognize the quantity of duty that you’ve carrying a weapon. I believe that was very helpful. It helped me lots with the character.”
“Military of the Lifeless” is streaming on Netflix.