The Army is set to send troops to an alternate universe where zombies are not a common sight.
The Army has ordered its top generals to prepare for a Zombie Army, according to an internal document obtained by The Washington Post.
In the universe of the Zombies Trilogy, the Army has sent two brigades to Africa, one to Asia and one to the Caribbean, the document said.
The zombies in the universe are not the same as in the real world.
“Zombies do not exist in the Army,” the document says.
A spokeswoman for the Army did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Zombie Army is one of several zombie-themed movies that are expected to debut in the coming weeks, including “The Walking Dead,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1,” “Game of Thrones” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”
The Zombies Trilogy is set in the world of zombies, where they can be found everywhere, including in movies like “The Zombie Chronicles” and the film “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
Zombies have been an important part of Hollywood movies since the 1980s, when zombies were created for “The Goonies.”
“The Goony Zombies,” the film starring Joel Schumacher and Brian Tyree Henry, won the Oscar for Best Picture for best animated feature.