Distributor A24 has released a new image showcasing just how the United States has become divided in Alex Garland’s upcoming “Civil War” movie.

The film follows journalists travelling with the military in a dystopian near-future America torn apart by conflict. They are traveling with the military to make it to Washington, D.C. before one of the opposing armies makes it there first.

Now the sides of those conflicts have been revealed in a map. On the one hand there’s the Western Forces in which California and Texas are united. Then there’s the Florida Alliance which consists of Florida, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and more in the south-east.

Then there’s the New People’s Army which is much of the Pacific Northwest and northern states including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming and the Dakotas.

Finally there’s the biggest grouping with the Loyalist States running from Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado in the west through much of the entire North-East of the country.

The likes of Kirsten Dunst, Wagner Moura, Cailee Spaeny, Nick Offerman, Stephen McKinley, Jesse Plemons and Sonoya Mizuno co-star in the film which opens in cinemas on April 12th.

Pledge your allegiance. #CivilWarMovie pic.twitter.com/XRYuLoGBYR

— A24 (@A24) April 2, 2024

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