Mondo's Awesome '300: Rise of an Empire' Poster is Bloody Immortal

January 24, 2014
Source: IMP Awards

300: Rise of an Empire

We've seen not one, not two, but three trailers for 300: Rise of an Empire. Director Zack Snyder isn't behind the camera this time, but the visual style and action is still very much in the same boat. Now a new Mondo poster has popped up that, not surprisingly, is better than any of the other posters used to promote the follow-up to 300. In addition, apparently this poster will be handed out at a special upcoming fan event that will feature 13 minutes of footage from Rise of an Empire, and also a fan screening of the original 300. It's a bad ass poster feature a bloody immortal mask, and other settings from the graphic novel adaptation.

Here's the Mondo poster for 300: Rise of an Empire from IMP Awards:

300: Rise of an Empire

Noam Murro (Smart People) directs 300: Rise of an Empire (formerly The Battle of Artemisia), based on Frank Miller's upcoming prequel graphic novel Xerxes, and adapted by Zack Snyder (director of 300) and Kurt Johnstad (writer of 300 and Act of Valor). Greek general Themistocles (Sullivan Stapleton) attempts to unite all of Greece by leading the charge against the massive invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro), and Artemesia (Eva Green), vengeful commander of the Persian navy. Warner Bros & Legendary Pictures are releasing 300: Rise of an Empire everywhere in 3D on March 7th.

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I love 300 , I'm waiting for this sooo long either. Intense Action History Pictures (even if it was fantasy like this) is one of my favorites.

Ehsan Davodi on Jan 24, 2014


Looks awesome! Reminds me of the V for Vendetta poster Mondo did in a similar fashion.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Jan 24, 2014


Will you guys stop shilling for Mondo. They make awful posters for the post part..

Chuckee Knowlton on Jan 24, 2014


Couldn't agree more. These posters may be cool art works, but they usually have nothing to do with the film itself. They're just so random and rarely ever seem to understand the film's aesthetic.

DavideCoppola on Jan 25, 2014

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