Watch: Ridley Scott's 'Exodus: Gods & Kings' Final Trailer Storms In

November 10, 2014
Source: Apple

Exodus: Gods & Kings

"I am prepared to fight for eternity." We've got just over a month until Exodus: Gods & Kings hits theaters, and we get to see if Ridley Scott can deliver another solid epic and return to the glory the filmmaker once attained with films like Gladiator. And to show off more of what's in store with this Biblical tale, the final trailer has arrived, complete with huge battles, massive storms with tons of tornadoes and more. Even if this doesn't turn out to be something great, there's a lot of Christian Bale yelling which should be entertaining by itself. It certainly can't be denied that this is an epic in every sense of the word.

Here's the final trailer for Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods & Kings, originally from Apple:

And here's a new batch of four TV spots from 20th Century Fox:

Exodus: Gods & Kings

Watch the previous theatrical trailer for Exodus: Gods & Kings right here.

Exodus: Gods and Kings is directed by Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Robin Hood, Alien, Blade Runner) and written by Adam Cooper & Bill Collage (Tower Heist, Accepted), with a rewrite by Steve Zaillian (American Gangster, Moneyball, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo). The film follows Christian Bale (The Dark Knight, Out of the Furnace) as Moses, chronicling the Biblical figures life from his adoption by Egyptian royals through his revolution against Pharaoh Ramses II (Joel Edgerton). Aaron Paul, Ben Kingsley, John Turturro and Sigourney Weaver. 20th Century Fox will release the film just before Christmas on December 12th.

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  • Jon Odishaw
    The more I see of this the more I'm thinking maybe Ridley didn't fuck up. Maybe Ridley made another movie worthy of Gladiator.
    • Rock n Rollllll
      I have yet to see a Ridley Scott movie i dont like.
      • Jon Odishaw
        Wasn't a huge fan of Legend but pretty much everyone Ive seen Ive at least enjoyed. He's also made some of my favs(Alien, Prometheus, Gladiator)
        • dan
          don't forget kingdom of heaven - excellent movie! also, among lesser known films, "white squall" was a good watch.
        • Rock n Rollllll
          WHAT! You didnt like Legend??? That's classic stuff and probably the best Devil interpretation to date. To each their own i guess.
  • NathanDewey
    Gorgeous! Been on board since the teaser. It's rare that a trailer gives me goosebumps - this one did it. Can't wait.
  • Lagoya
    after 'Noah' I'll reserve judgement until the reviews are out, although it does look pretty epic!
    • David Diaz
      Thing is, Darren Aronofsky isn't a lot of peoples' cup of tea. He makes out there films and Noah was definitely out there. Ridley Scott on the other hand makes great films that are pretty accessible to everyone so I don't have the trepidation and doubts I had going into seeing Noah. This looks like a more Biblically accurate portrayal of events. I can't wait to see it.
    • Krishna Shenoi
      How about reserving judgement until you actually see the film yourself?
  • Have Hope
    Why are they all tanned?
    • Liam Knurtsis
      lol its kinda like the 2014 cowboys and indians flicks from back in the wouldn't know it but there were TOO many natives on why should egyptians or other people of color be exempt
      They live in a desert. They are supposed to look Egyptian.
      • Have Hope
        ???? Why are they all tanned?
        • Rock n Rollllll
          I dont know if you know this but those sarcophagus' were tanning beds back then.
    • Rock n Rollllll
      I dont know if you know this but those sarcophagus' were tanning beds back then.
  • Just looks hilarious.
  • Bill
    Israelis rampaging across the land killing people... don't we have enough of that now?
    So much mascara. On men. Still look White.
  • Wes
    The Coldplay song in this works perfectly. The trailers got better and better the more I saw.
  • Steven
    It looks suitably epic, as most Ridley Scott do, and I love the attention to detail in the background. However, it doesn't quite have that spark and falls a little flat. Might not see it at the cinema, but will check it out later.
  • shiboleth
    I hope it will have some flavor of Freudian vision of Moses in it... At least. Biblical version is pretty much boring for a very long time...
  • SkyNet300
    Fuck the bible but seriously this does look epic.
    • shiboleth
      ok, I agree, this is the best way to advertise this flick...
    • LightningB
      So classy. From the growth I've experienced with that nugget of pure wisdom, I need more. Please drop more slices of relevant dialogue and wit. You da man!
      • SkyNet300
        Lol 😉
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    Scripture, like even great literature, SUPER--natural and SUPER--real, and hence NOT given to molten image treatment. Scott remains an art director in search of a script. He might have better spent his time breaking the mind control of franchise slum Hollywood. He might have delivered the much needed, ---long overdue, epic treatment of the now 21st century DEFINING ---------------------------KOREAN WAR---------------------------.




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