Check These Out: Five Badass New Posters for Tarsem's 'Immortals'
The Gods Need a Hero. And apparently the Clash of the Titans remake didn't fit the bill. Relativity has debuted a new series of five posters via Fandango for Tarsem's Immortals, starring Henry Cavill as Theseus. We've been waiting patiently to see some footage from this, since all we've seen otherwise is a bunch of stylistic photos, but these posters blow the style right off those, and evoke a 300-meets-Clash feeling. I think they're pretty awesome and we're supposedly going to see some footage at WonderCon in San Fran tomorrow, so stay tuned. These are very stylized, but I think they're badass. Check out all five below!
Immortals follows the story of warrior prince Theseus as he leads men into battle against imprisoned titans in order to save mankind. It's a $100 million epic and will be converted to 3D in post-production for release by Relativity this year, arriving on November 11th. Also starring in this: Freida Pinto, Isabel Lucas, Stephen Dorff as Stavros, Kellan Lutz as Poseidon (up left corner), Luke Evans as Zeus, John Hurt as Old Zeus and Isabel Lucas as Athena. "The Gods are like superheroes [in the film]," Tarsem explained in a previous video. I'm excited to see more from this. We'll let you know when we have the first trailer to watch!
Reader Feedback - 25 Comments
lmao alex copy pasta on the description from a previous article!! brilliant posters though.
Anon on Apr 2, 2011
I need a trailer!
Brandon on Apr 2, 2011
These Posters look Amazing. I can't wait for this film, because Clash of the Titans was a horrible horrible film and I was embarrassed watching it...
A. Coria on Apr 2, 2011
Where the hell is Freida?
Erika Payne on Apr 2, 2011
Guest on Apr 2, 2011
So funny, "FROM THE PRODUCERS OF 300." ......REALLY?...
Gigerbrick on Apr 2, 2011
Seems like every other action movie is from the producers of 300 lol
Anonymous on Apr 2, 2011
what else should it say lol nobody saw the fall
HG on Apr 2, 2011
sad too, i thought the fall was great! sure, it's no pan's labyrinth, but it did its job well
Ian Kuah on Apr 2, 2011
I saw it, not bad.
Coltman15 on Apr 2, 2011
one of the best movies ever in my opinion
Anonymous on Apr 2, 2011
I agree. It's one of my all time favorites. I make every girlfriend watch it with me. These posters are really trying to sell the 300 vibe
Dan W on Apr 2, 2011
Hmmmm...the last poster, the Statue of Liberty helmet is not really working for me. However it could be a optional weapon. But still.....
Bettybmusing on Apr 2, 2011
I agree, that last one looks silly.
Liyan on Apr 2, 2011
M.K. Nielsen on Apr 2, 2011
Must suck not having an imagination, because it looks pretty interesting to me.
Footintherest on Apr 2, 2011
FINALLY!! Looks good!
angelicafun on Apr 2, 2011
At last... Armed with the right budget, (reportedly) an accomplished script and creative freedom Mr Tarsem will show all the one-trick-ponies of Zack Snyder / J.J. Abrams variety how to marry artistic sensibilities (he is a true, visionary artist) with the format of a tentpole commercial spectacle. Mr Tarsem will make his fans mightily proud this year.
Marty on Apr 2, 2011
Anyone any idea what cert this is going to be (15a/18)?
Nodin on Apr 2, 2011
Robbie on Apr 2, 2011
I'm sold. I really enjoyed The Fall and am hoping this will be awesome.
Chris A. on Apr 2, 2011
when it's Tarsem behind anything, you can expect quality visuals in any medium.
Sedna on Apr 2, 2011
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