Army Of Thieves fans are all saying the same thing about the film

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Photo credit: Stanislav Honzik/ Netflix - Getty Images
Photo credit: Stanislav Honzik/ Netflix - Getty Images

If you're searching for a Netflix film to stream this evening, look no further than Army Of Thieves. The prequel to Army Of The Dead dropped last week, and there's been a very common theme amongst the reaction from fans on social media.

Army Of Thieves tells the story of the mysterious Korina Dominguez, who recruits bank teller Dieter to assist in a heist of impossible-to-crack safes across Europe. It already sounds great, doesn't it?

So far, the reaction to the film has been brilliant, with the film streaming number one in the UK on Netflix and across various other countries. But you only have to take a quick glimpse at social media to realise one thing: It's partly down to how thirsty everyone (read: we) are for the cast.

Photo credit: Stanislav Honzik/ Netflix - Getty Images
Photo credit: Stanislav Honzik/ Netflix - Getty Images

Yeah the writing's good and sure, we love the sets, but Twitter just cannot get over the brilliant cast, made up of the likes of Ruby O. Fee, Matthias Schweighöfer, Nathalie Emmanuel, Stuart Martin and more. Just look:

That is some serious thirst.

Viewers recently discovered that actress Ruby O. Fee, who plays Korina in the film, and co-star Matthias Schweighöfer, who plays German safecracker Ludwig Dieter while also directing the project, are a couple irl.

The pair are thought to have been dating since 2019, although Army of Thieves reportedly only started filming in October 2020, so it seems like these two knew each other before working on the movie.

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