Check These Out: Four More Similar 'Immortals' Character Posters Hit
by Alex Billington
June 21, 2011
The Gods Need a Hero. A few new additions to the character poster set for Tarsem's Immortals that we originally featured from WonderCon back in April. This time, we've got individual posters for Henry Cavill as Theseus, Mickey Rourke as the badass King Hyperion, Freida Pinto as Phaedra, and finally Stephen Dorff as Stavros. It's the exact same design all over again, just with different people. They look pretty cool, but come on Relativity, you can't design more new badass posters for this kick-ass-looking Tarsem flick? We want more! I'm sure this movie is packed with amazing imagery, just use some of that for extra inspiration!
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, after being shot on soundstages in Montreal last year. The screenplay was written by Charley Parlapanides & Vlas Parlapanides. Also starring: Freida Pinto, Stephen Dorff as Stavros, John Hurt as Old Zeus and Corey Sevier as Apollo. "The Gods are like superheroes in the film," Tarsem revealed previously. Relativity is bringing Immortals to theaters in 3D starting November 11th this year.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
pretty damn epic.
Xerxexx on Jun 21, 2011
Mickey Rourke would actually make a pretty good Hephaestus.
CinemaNostalgia on Jun 21, 2011
That Henry Cavill really does look like Superman. If he gains some muscle, I mean.
Buttass on Jun 21, 2011
Anonymous on Jun 21, 2011
cant wait for this movie. i love Greek history/mythology 🙂
Jrev on Jun 22, 2011
Freida Pinto and Stephen Dorf? Holy miniscule casting budget, Batman!
Lebowski on Jun 22, 2011
Stephen Dorff is awesome!! Lovin' it already 🙂
Davide Coppola on Jun 22, 2011
And the award for "Dumbest helmet in history" goes to..... Mickey Rourke!
Mike48 on Jun 22, 2011
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