Must Watch: Badass HD First Trailer for Tarsem Singh's 'Immortals'!

April 27, 2011
Source: YouTube

Immortals Trailer

"The Gods chose well." It's back again in high def! After debuting yesterday on YouTube in low quality, the official HD version of the trailer for Tarsem Singh's Immortals has debuted on Apple. I think this trailer just looks like an awesome, epic Greek gods story re-imagined by visual mastermind Tarsem. I can't wait! Henry Cavill (also Superman) stars as Theseus, and Mickey Rourke as his foe, the evil King Hyperion. Others include Luke Evans as Zeus (with the flaming whip), Isabel Lucas as Athena, Kellan Lutz as Poseidon. This looks so badass, but I've said enough, I'll let the HD trailer speak for itself. Fire this up now!

Watch the first official trailer for Tarsem Singh's Immortals, now embedded via YouTube:

You can also watch the Immortals trailer in High Definition on Apple.

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.

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300 rip off

Guest on Apr 27, 2011


The whole time I was thinking, hey this looks like 300 meets Clash of the Titans, and then pops up, "FROM THE PRODUCERS OF 300." I'll bet it was pitched that way. I like Mickey Roarke, but he looks ridiculous in this, and those graphic novel-esque visuals are starting to look cheesy. It worked very well in black and white for Sin City, it worked not so well for 300, but it was still kind of cool. And now it's just getting old. It would be really cool if someone would take the original Battle of Thermopylae, without the graphic novel treatment and overused special effects, and stylized fighting, and just make a historically accurate and coherent visual representation of what really happened. And after Apocalypto, I think Mel Gibson could really knock it out of the park.

JL on Apr 28, 2011


Ok, I wasn't on board till he did that arrow thing at the end. That was pretty dope.

DwainIBe on Apr 27, 2011


Yes, but that laser-arrow thing was even more impressive when it first appeared in Lucio Fulci's 'Conquest' back in 1983...

Mathieu David on Apr 28, 2011


Or in House of Flying Daggers

Kmg1177 on May 3, 2011


that hood mickey was wearing looked hella stupid! lol

Croniccris on Apr 27, 2011


not looking very good, i must say. i dont mean to be a "negative nancy" but the costumes where enough to turn me off to this movie alone. netlix, maybe.

Nick S. on Apr 27, 2011


Had some visual ideas I was hoping Clash of the Titans would of done!

McWilly on Apr 27, 2011


Not sure what to think about that yet. First of all it looks a lot cheesier than I had anticipated, but at the same time the designs of all of the armor and costume work are simply beautiful. I REALLY want this blow me away though, cause from the looks of it, most of the action looks completely badass.

Danimal on Apr 27, 2011


Agreed I didnt know how to say it, I was blown away at some of the visuals and torn on some of the over kill ....

McWilly on Apr 27, 2011


Also I'm sick hearing people say this is a 300 rip-off. It's from the producers of 300, and it's and movie about greek mythology. Of course it's going to be expected to have some resemblance to 300, that's what makes it awesome.

Danimal on Apr 27, 2011


Its here? This looks like garbage. Seen it already and it was called 300.

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


300? Can't see the resemblance with Snyders digital garbage...

Flauer Magen on Apr 27, 2011


Wow come on guys... this is very strangely negative feedback so far. Maybe you need to wait and see this is high definition or in theaters? It's the visuals that really stand out and this YouTube just looks like total crap. Give it another chance once the HD version is out!

Alex Billington on Apr 27, 2011


Alex introduce a Dislike feature. Some comments need it.

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


I wish I could, but this is all Disqus, it's their system can't add anything or I totally would. 😉

Alex Billington on Apr 27, 2011



Tyler Morgan on Apr 27, 2011


Dislike approved, you have disliked.

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


Mr Billington, that was not cool at all. The title of the movie might be "300,000" ('cause there's more people on this one).

Manuel on Apr 27, 2011


I'm probably going to enjoy this for the same reason I enjoyed Suckerpunch, and Alex knows what I'm talking about. I'm looking for great visuals in this movie, which I believe is its overall goal. Keeping that in mind, I shouldn't be disappointed.

rubix89 on Apr 27, 2011


I actually think this looks good, and makes me more excited to see what Henry Cavil will bring to Superman

fancy pants on Apr 27, 2011


hey, buddy - i'm with ya! this looks EPIC.......don't let the haters get you down. although i still visit the site (you run a good one) - i'm no longer posting. i'm breaking that rule here to give you a little support - i can't figure why so many are hating on this? i can't wait to see it in HD. i'm sure i'll buy it on bluray when available.

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


Where ya been man!?

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


i'm still visiting the site - alex does a great job of getting a lot of great content. however i decided to not post anymore - too many idiots on the internet. i would think a site like this would draw people who love movies -but it seems to draw a huge amount of haters......too bad. i'll try and send you some comments, always have good comments and can have a rational discussion. are you getting the LotR entended versions on bluray? i've been waiting FOREVER to get them - i'm excited for june 28!

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


As soon as I can, gonna be epic!

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


Wow... that's Superman, dudes!

Manuel on Apr 27, 2011


And that is worrisome, because the acting here was embarrassing.

Yikes on Apr 27, 2011


This looks pretty damn badass. I was impressed by the scenery and the performances look awesome! In regards to the 300 comparisons...those who are saying that must not have seen 300 because this looks nothing like 300.

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


The slow motion takes with the CGI background?

Manuel on Apr 27, 2011


Ok so how the hell else are you gonna do Greek mythology without a crap load of CG? Omg theres men in greek armor and theres CG backgrounds its just like 300. Fuckin rediculous this is gonna kick so much ass cant believe the negative feedback.

Cody W. on Apr 27, 2011


this is gonna be great and the real point here is that there are DOZENS of EPIC greek stories yet to be re-told in the cinema, will they be similar? probably. but they are not the same thing. this happened a LONG time before the events of the 300 happened. this is more comparable to a story like Troy, not 300

Jrev on Apr 27, 2011


That doesn't mean that it has to look fake. Consider 'Troy,' 'Alexander,' the Crusades drama 'Kingdom of Heaven,' or that other fantastic Ridley Scott movie, 'Gladiator.' This just looks like balls out action, so the subject matter really doesn't mean a whole lot. And to tell the truth, yes, it does look a lot like '300.' The stupid costumes, the slo-mo, the same unnatural looking sky throughout, come on.

JL on Apr 28, 2011


you're saying it like 300 was the first film to ever do that.

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


I'm not saying that. My point is (at least the trailer) reminds me a lot the way Zack Snyder made '300'. I remember watching all the rampage and sudden all the action went to slow motion to match the comic book panel. Snyder used that to make you feel like you were reading the comic book. But, please, I'm not hating this movie trailer, I'm just saying, this trailer (not the movie), looks kind the way that '300' was made.

Manuel on Apr 27, 2011


Well then my bad, lol.

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


It's gonna be legen... wait for it...

Manuel on Apr 27, 2011



Xerxexx on Apr 28, 2011


This looks nothing like 300? check again. Scenery? CGI. Slowmotion: check. "Immortals"? check. Yeah not "those 300" immortals. Guys with great abs? check. Gold theme visuals...yep it's all there. offtopic: Perseus resemblence: check. i would say 300 with Perseus with a new twist. So please, unless you are blind don't say "this looks nothing like 300". I am interested in this movie anyway, only due to the visuals and action. 300 has been an inspiration (like Starz's Spartacus), nothing wrong with that.

Redguy on Apr 27, 2011


At least you're gonna see it. the others here have written off due to its similarities. It will be better than Clash that's for sure.

Xerxexx on Apr 28, 2011


hey, buddy! you're still fighting the good fight? i couldn't agree more with your post - this looks epic and i'm really liking what i've seen of the acting. also, why is it when a trailer is released - so many people have to say it's like some other movie?.....that seems so meaningless to me. and - do you REALLY think a "dislike" button would help? anyways - just wanted to say hi.

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


Been wondering where you been Beavis, welcome back!

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


No wonder Cavill was cast in Zack Snyder's Superman - look how good he is at acting out slow motion scenes with unnecessarily over-the-top camera angles! Clearly perfect for the job!

Louis Plamondon on Apr 27, 2011


Why all the slow-mo hate? Is it really that bad? Just wait until you see this trailer in HD, Tarsem's visuals are gorgeous, especially in slow-mo!

Alex Billington on Apr 27, 2011


I caught a screening of Sucker Punch on a giant crystal clear UltraAVX Digital screen abd that dream sequence with the robots on the train was exactly when my symptoms of slow-motion diabetes began to appear. 🙁

Louis Plamondon on Apr 27, 2011


This looks pretty good even if it does have some 300 comparisons, but for some reason I'm a bit let down because I love greek mythology and I wanted to see some of the monsters of greek mythology in this trailer.

jah p on Apr 27, 2011


Looks awesome Im blown away, love anything to do with greek mythology and Tarsems visuals and story will blow away any Snyder comparisons.

Cody W. on Apr 27, 2011


YES! Now that's what I'm talking about! 🙂

Alex Billington on Apr 27, 2011


Is it really that visually unique? Looks like a TV movie to me. Definitely not what I was expecting from Tarsem -- it just doesn't seem to have his sophisticated polish. I know it's a poor quality video but, really, neither the sets, effects, or costumes seemed very original at all. Definitely disappointing but we'll see once it hits theaters.

Sparky on Apr 27, 2011


Looks too much like Clash of the Titans = no substance, dubious acting. The visuals looks great something Clash kind of screwed up in the end, but visuals don't mean crap if the product is poorly paced, boring, badly scripted etc. ie Clash.

ate on Apr 27, 2011


No substance, dubious acting? There's no way you can apply these things to a film you haven't seen yet.

Marcus on Apr 27, 2011


I think we're gonna need to see the HD version to settle this.

DwainIBe on Apr 27, 2011


I'm not sure how I feel about that -- but Tarsem is amazing and you should ALL go out and watch The Fall starring Lee Pace if you haven't already. Incredible. Beautiful.

CisforCinema on Apr 27, 2011


RE: The "300" Comparisons etc. Tarsem and Zack Snyder were classmates at Art Center College of Design and Design, and Tarsem has been doing slow-motion since "The Cell"(2000), and has been known for it long before anyone knew who Zack Snyder was. In fact, Tarsem has been pointed to as the reason for its over use by certain directors. The slow-motion shot of the girl having the vision in "300" that was shot under water to get the fabric look that was done previously in Tarsem's "The Cell." The opening sequence from "The Fall" by Tarsem is shot in slow-motion and is on YouTube. It is 1000 times better than anything in "300." The slow-motion in the arrow shot in this trailer is identical to a slow-motion shot from "House of Flying Daggers"(2004) which also predates "300"(2007) and is...wait for slow-motion too! The only thing that reminds a viewer of "300" is the addition of the Greek subject matter and the use of washed-out sepia coloring to Tarsem's pre-existing(and better) style. This is likely due to the producers wanting to capitalize on "300"'s success with an obvious and unnecessary visual cue. Tarsem is known for his color use and elegant visuals, and I hope the color is less sepia in the final film. The costumes are by the incredible Eiko Ishioka ("The Fall" and Cirque du Soleil's "Varekai") and her work looks stunning here. From what I've read this film deals with the value of mortality and contextualizes it against the twisted nature of immortality. "300" was a brainless adaptation of a Greek epic that managed to paint the Spartan warriors as homophobic jocks with fascist tendencies (much like the Frank Miller source material as Alan Moore has so eloquently stated in interviews). If you are actually interested in exploring whether or not you will like this film, watch Tarsem's "The Fall"(his masterpiece and most personal film) and his other film "The Cell"(a film that is all style and no substance). Here's hoping this film is more like the former, but either way, it will be miles more interesting than "300."

The Obvious on Apr 27, 2011


(makes a note to never bring up Snyder or Tarsem when at a party with this dude.)

Tyler Morgan on Apr 27, 2011



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Jrev on Apr 27, 2011


there are a few similar things to add, but, well said. Really good comment.

Redguy on Apr 27, 2011


Thanks for the data. Now we can understand why this looks like '300', because '300' looks like this.

Manuel on Apr 27, 2011


I was going down reading all the comment about this 300 bullshit and thinking why nobody's commenting on the fact that Snyder was obviusly influenced by Tarsem. thank you for saving me the time writing what you wrote.

Hlynurk on Apr 30, 2011


I can't get a sense of scenery, which is striking for a Tarsem production. It's like every shot is up close on the actor and the background is hidden by shadow or conveniently placed obstacles. It makes it look really ... restricted.

MegaMan3k on Apr 27, 2011


Totally agree with this, well said.

Sparky on Apr 27, 2011


I'm totally okay with this. It looks breathtaking. I DO, however, believe that the trailer was cut together with a familiar feeling (300) so people will respond thus. But anyone with a pair of decent eyes can see that Mr. Tarsem has done something truly gorgeous/special with this film... and it will absolutely stand alone against the other Greek-mytho jabronies. Also: That one-two slam at 0:37 was RIGHTEOUS. This movie will have stunning fight sequences.

Cracky on Apr 27, 2011


cool! this looks kinda fun! i had no idea what to expect up to this point, but i like what i saw

Jonah on Apr 27, 2011


Wow! This has Tarsem Singh written all over it! I love it! From what I have seen of Henry Cavill from this trailer; he is going be great Superman!

Ron on Apr 27, 2011


Not too crazy bout the slo-mo scenes, it can be annoying like the old Bionic Man series LOL!

jedibilly on Apr 27, 2011


Been looking forward to seeing this for a very long time. This looks wicked epic in so many ways. Just having Tarsem at the helm promises this will be a rich, visually stunning work that will make other movies of the same genre pale in comparison. The cast are all fantastic (come on, Rourke just oozes bad assery). This is not your typical popcorn action adventure. This will be a journey into the surreal.

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


Always Tarsem Singh rock the visuals, but that motivational speech bit before the battle was shantos. It looks fun enough, but Tarsem himself says he does films for the cash, so this might well be one of them. I'm not saying it'll be gash or anything, I reckon it'll be decent and I actually dug 300 too, I suppose it is challenging the way films are made which can only be a good thing. One day a director will combine the visual aspect with a super decent story and the formula will create gold. Maybe this will be it.

Crapola on Apr 27, 2011


I think if anything this makes Snyder look great. Some think that his movies have done well just because of their look. Well, this shows that when it comes to the look and feel of a movie, slow-mo alone doesn't cut it. This looked flat to me. When I watch a Snyder film I know I'm getting some style over substance, but it's dam good style (Maybe that's why I, and I alone, loved Sucker-Punch so much). I can't wait for the Supes movie, and might just give this a chance. They can't all br Snyder. lol.

Ricardo Quiles on Apr 27, 2011


Is this on HBO or Showtime...

Tyler Morgan on Apr 27, 2011


I dunno, didn't see any nudity so I doubt HBO, maybe NBC movie of the month?

Crawfordjk2000 on May 4, 2011


This look is dated now. Nothing to see here. Move along.

Rp1n on Apr 27, 2011


Kind of entertaining how defensive people get about this, or about it's comparison to 300. Of course everyone is going to compare this to 300. Every action sequence was in slow-mo with identical backdrops and overtones as 300. Oh, and the scrawl across the trailer half-way through, "by the Producers of 300," kind of sealed the comparison. Almost like they meant to do crazy? Looks like the New-Aged Clash of the Titans had a love child with 300 and I'm not so sure thats a good thing. This looks like it wants to be good. Have a feeling it won't be. Another visual PG-13 feast lacking a legit script, being played by hollywood's best up-and-coming beauties. Rinse, recycle, repeat. Gets old.

Quazzimotto on Apr 27, 2011


A comic con preview said it was a hard R.

Cody W. on Apr 27, 2011


instant queue at best.

indyjack on Apr 27, 2011


I'll repeat what everyone probably has said... 300 II.

Boon on Apr 27, 2011


Yeah so nobody realizes that that last shot is A COMPLETE RIP OFF OF "HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS"? Seriously, it's the exact same shot. Look up the trailer for that movie, it's in there. Oh, and it's totally not 300. Here here for originality.

JP on Apr 27, 2011


the look and feel of the trailer is 300. that shot however, House of flying daggers 100%.

Redguy on Apr 27, 2011


Whoa. Just watched that trailer on youtube, aaaannd... yeah, total rip-off, that scene. This movie looks like a smorgasbord of been there, done that.

JL on Apr 28, 2011


Alex, you certainly know what you're talking about since you have seen it in HD on a big screen. What I admire about this trailer is the lack of excess footage, which I foresee in months to come, but also the action and cgi scenes appear to be subtle additions to the meat of the film. These were the things that I felt did not work in 300 and the latest Clash of the Titans, where unnecessary spectacles were immensely featured. I have my hopes up for this one!

Marcus Dunn on Apr 27, 2011


F' EM! I LOVE THIS! I love Tarsem and I truly believe that this will be awesome. I'm not sure about the trailer, because you can't really see the amazing visuals this surely has, but I know what this guy can do, and he will deliver. I will be waiting for the HD version, I'm sure it'll be a lot easier to give an objective opinion.

Lucas Rios on Apr 27, 2011


He doesn't rush his films either. For being only his third feature film in over 10 years, that makes his work all the more interesting!

Marcus Dunn on Apr 27, 2011


looks good i like the effects :X

A5J4DX on Apr 27, 2011


Oh man cant believe the comments here. People can hate on anything anyone comes up with these days. Tarsem Singh is a brilliant director. his visuals are epic. really looking forward to the movie and cant wait for the HD trailer tomorrow.

Anon on Apr 27, 2011


removed :(, boooooooooo i want my money back 😛

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


Synder has no, really no sense for shadows. His scenes are either overall dark or high key. Tarsems use of chiaroscuro shadowing is pretty damn obvious in most shots and really sets IMMORTALS apart from the all shiny 300...

Flauer Magen on Apr 27, 2011


"visual mastermind". really? Sure, there were a few nice shots in the cell, but that whole film was paper fucking thin. Kubrick you could describe as a visual mastermind, and he directed about 5 classics. This muppet has directed a few middling films and he is credited on his last film as "Tarsen", singular. douche chills! In conclusion: this will probably be fun if I am wasted.

Lebowski on Apr 27, 2011


The comparisons of visual feel. style, color palette and overall thematic tempo and beats, even down to the guy leaping in the air with his sword raised high above his head, ready to strike down his enemy, that this movie shares with 300, as displayed in the trailer, are indisputable. A blind man could see it, if only by listening to that same old pep rally speech that has been beaten to death since Braveheart. But hey, that's Hollywood for you. Everything is done based on statistics and formulas. If it worked once it will work again or so they think. Is the storyline different? Most definitley! Is the director credible? Absolutely! Will this movie be any good? Hopefully. As a Singh myself, and a filmmaker, (though as yet I have not proven myself as a good filmmaker, with only one, not very stellar film released to DVD) I have high praise and hopes for Tarsem. Like any director in this business, hopefully you grow with each film you make and get better at it as you go along. Tarsem is growing and will probably be one of our great directors one day. I personally loved The Cell for it's powerful, original visuals and effects. Great filmmakers aren't born, you know. They're made by getting a grasp and understanding of the art, through practice, lots of study, hard work, persistence, surrounding yourself with the best supportive and knowledgeable crew you can find and a great deal of luck. Heavy emphasis on the luck, stiking the right chord with an audience. In the end all we, the audience can do, is wait and see. Give the man the benefit of the doubt and go along for the ride.

Desi Singh on Apr 27, 2011


i think you're right to an extent. anyone who has seen The Fall knows that Tarsem Singh can genuinely - and literally - be described as a 'visionary film-maker'. however, the way the *trailer* has been finished suggests that the producers / trailer-makers really want to pull in the 300 crowd and, to be fair, they are more likely to get a quick win at the box office by doing that than by putting up 'by the director of The Fall'. as a fan of cinema, that's a shame. but, like you, i'm more than willing to give this a go. good luck in your film career.

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


Wow, what is this the IMDb? So many ignorant people. The movie looks great, deal with it. Obviously we're gonna have those useless "style over substance" discussions that lead nowhere and just prove how little people know the director.

David Perretta on Apr 27, 2011


I'll go see it

Peter on Apr 27, 2011


I physically cringed all through Cavill's speech. That is some of the worst acting I have seen in years.

ups on Apr 27, 2011


whats wrong with his acting????looked ok to me

miko on Apr 27, 2011


$100 million epic fail

Garonski Gennadii on Apr 27, 2011


You are an epic fail.

David Perretta on Apr 27, 2011


............................looks crap.

dave on Apr 27, 2011


YES! Now this is a badass trailer, especially when seen how it is meant to be seen, in HD format!

Marcus Dunn on Apr 27, 2011


Any puppies getting out?

Asassa on Apr 27, 2011


11.11.11? Sorry, nope - I'll hopefully be booting up "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim". That'll probably keep me tied to a computer for the next month or two...

Chris on Apr 27, 2011


Yeah I'm torn, on one hand you got Immortals...but the other hand you got Skyrim...and I'm leaning towards the other hand right now.

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


Effing DRAGONS, man! Going to be the best RPG, hands down. GOTY 2011.

JL on Apr 28, 2011


I know! Its going to be absolutely amazing!

Xerxexx on Apr 28, 2011


I wonder why haters only know two words: epic fail. Must be a reflection of themselves for not knowing films and not doing anything else than er, comment (nonsense). Relax, the trailer isn't perfect unlike the one they delivered for 300 (and I don't want it to be perfect) If you judge the film by its trailer, what's the two words again? In Tarsem, we trust. There's was a bit of awkwardness in Cavill, but that's what makes him interesting. Those who worry about him as Superman, go ahead and hit the panic button. We don't need you.

them bones on Apr 27, 2011


Well said!

Xerxexx on Apr 27, 2011


The best part is the back hand followed by the punch to the ground in the beginning

TreyH on Apr 27, 2011


Well that was surprisingly underwhelming.

Brandon on Apr 27, 2011


wow that last arrow shots are straight rip off from House of Flying Daggers, even the way those soldiers fell.

Han on Apr 27, 2011


OK....burn that low-quality video...this HD version seriously made all the difference in the world. I'm frikkin in. Before, the special effects looked as bad as 'Stardust', but now THIS is more like it!

Danimal on Apr 27, 2011


Cavill's strained acting was below Twilight-quality here. Ouch.

Zorro on Apr 27, 2011


On board for most of it but does Mickey Rourke just seem out of place/miscast?

Anonymous on Apr 27, 2011


I just want that golden bow and arrow for next christmas!!!lol

jah p on Apr 27, 2011


Wow this looks good IF it's a parody movies by the title of "Rip Off Movies" or "When Spartans meet Flying Daggers" Fight for your future, Fight for your children ,Fight for Immortallity,for tonight we dine in HELLLL!!!! oh wait..

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Johnny Neat on Apr 27, 2011


Looks OK, definitely not a "Must Watch".

M.K. Nielsen on Apr 27, 2011


Holy crap lots of coments, took a bit more then usual to get to the end to coment lol Anyway i'm sold, i'm just a bit afraid of post conversion to 3d... hope they dont ruin it, or just let it come out in 2d as well...

Ricardo Marques on Apr 27, 2011


I like the concept of gods basically as super-heroes, but I really wish it didn't go for the over-done 300 aesthetic. Boring.

A.J. Meadows on Apr 27, 2011


Anyone noticed that he fires his bow 3 times in the last scene and 4 arrows are flying?

Blaa on Apr 27, 2011


Why is everyone so miserable? If you can't say anything nice then don't say anything at all. I'm liking this. Thanks for posting the trailer. Blastr had it earlier, but it was taken down and I'd missed it, knew FirstShowing would come to the rescue!

Jo on Apr 27, 2011


where were the titans?

Fletch_1983 on Apr 27, 2011


Now that was a fun trailer. Can't help but feel it still needs some touchups. Anyhow looking forward to it as I always though The Cell was good looking and The Fall was great. Tarsem Singh knows how to tell a story and make it look amazing. Fingers are crossed he doesn't do an all looks but no soul Sucker Punch here. Ed Note: I haven't seen Sucker Punch even if I dig Snyder's past movies. Reviews, pro and from pals, were too harsh for me to justify getting a sitter to see it. Bluray for me it will be right next to Tron Legacy.

Johnny Neat on Apr 27, 2011


Oh, I get it, this is a parody flick, like Scary Movie was to Scream.

Baron the Curse on Apr 27, 2011


Wait. This is a Tarsem movie? I don't get it. I've never seen him use sepia before - there's a distinct lack of his gorgeous use of color.

Nathan Cook on Apr 27, 2011


i honestly dont know what to think

Said Samayoa on Apr 27, 2011


Effects look great, but I was expecting something different. This is exactly like 300 but under different studio. I love Legendary Pictures 😀

David Darida on Apr 28, 2011


OMG! Finally! that was so awesome! It's about time the Gods are young and sexy and not old and ancient. 😀 😀

;) on Apr 28, 2011


I see I've arrived late for the argument.....shite....

Nodin on Apr 28, 2011


As a Tarsem fan, I'm feeling a little disappointed only because I'm seeing more influence from the "300" producers than from Tarsem himself. Not that how awesome the visuals for this look shouldn't be credited to Tarsem -- it's just not purely his vision anymore. Also a let-down is what we see of Henry Cavill's cheesy performance here -- a major let-down knowing that Tarsem was able to direct his last lead to deliver such a powerful performance.

timetraveler014 on Apr 28, 2011


why the hell is zeus soooooooooooo young ???

stfugtfo on Apr 29, 2011


One of the best trailers I've ever seen.

Phil on Apr 30, 2011


I think it looks great and will definitely see it. With that being said; not a fan of the post-production 3D conversion UGH

L3onidas on May 1, 2011


will definitely be the first at redbox for this one.

Anonymous on May 2, 2011


I'm soooooo in,I liked Clash but this is how epic it really should've been.

Terry the Saint on May 2, 2011


I will see it but I am 90 percent sure I will be let down so I will ignore that fact that I saw 300 and loved it. I hate bow and arrow hero's and actors that have been type casted to use a bow and arrow(orlando bloom). This looks like a video game, the type of which I would never play. So if I ignore all that maybe just maybe I will enjoy it but if I walk out have way through the movie that would be fine too.

Crawfordjk2000 on May 4, 2011


People are complaining this looks like '300'? Everyone on this board LOVED '300' when it came out! Now you're all too cool for it? What? This movie looks great!

Betaray100 on May 27, 2011

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