- Ikorodu Bois have left many wowed with their latest movie trailer remake
- The talented boys recreated the movie trailer for Army of the Dead; a Zack Snyder movie
- Interestingly, their latest effort was acknowledged by Netflix and even caught the attention of the Hollywood filmmaker
- The boys had the opportunity of speaking with Snyder via video call
Nigeria’s Ikorodu Bois have once again put the country on the global map with their latest effort at recreating the movie trailer of a Hollywood blockbuster.
The young buys got their creative juices running as they came together in their usual fashion to remake the trailer for Army of the Dead; a soon-to-be-released movie by Zack Snyder.
The video which has garnered over 190k views on their official Instagram page got many fans hailing the boys once again for making something out of nothing.
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Watch the video as seen on Instagram below:
Interestingly, the latest effort also caught the attention of global movie streaming giant, Netflix.
Hailing the boys for a job well done, Netflix wrote on Twitter:
"The level of detail and creativity in the Ikorodu Bois’ (@IkoroduB) remake of the ARMY OF THE DEAD trailer is simply out of this world."
See tweet below:
The filmmaker, Zack Snyder, who was equally impressed with what the boys managed to achieve reacted on Twitter.
"Amazing! Such talented young filmmakers! @IkoroduB."
Surprisingly for the boys, a Twitter comment from Synder was not the only thing they got.
The moviemaker also had an exclusive video call with the boys in which he encouraged them as they shared their dreams for the future with him.
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Fans were very impressed and hailed the boys.
"I can’t wait for your success."
"You are doing awesomely great."
"So happy for these guys growth."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the comedy group made their version of Wizkid and Burna Boy's music video to the delight of fans on social media.
The boys played around with household objects as they recreated scenes in the video.
Interestingly, the video garnered over 77k views within a few hours of posting it online with some fans noting that they prefer the remake to the original version.