Two 'Exodus: Gods & Kings' TV Spots Arrive with a Couple Interviews

October 30, 2014
Source: Fox

Exodus: Gods & Kings

Regardless of whether or not you're annoyed with the whitewashing of the cast in Ridley Scott's latest epic Exodus: Gods & Kings, the film is arriving this winter, and plenty of people will go see it, oblivious to the controversy that has stirred up online. And to drum up more hype, two TV spots for the film have arrived showing off the conflict that arises between two brothers, Moses (Christian Bale) and Ramses (Joel Edgerton), and the battle that ensues as one follows his destiny to save his people, and the other is driven by his desire to be remembered as a god. Could this be Scott's return to glory on the big screen? Watch now!

Here's the two new TV spots for Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods & Kings from 20th Century Fox:

And as a bonus, here's a couple interviews with Ridley Scott, Christian Bale & Joel Edgerton:

If you haven't seen it, watch the full 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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Im far less worried about the whitewashing of the cast than I am about whether this movie is going to bomb or not.

Jon Odishaw on Oct 30, 2014


Im afraid it will. There's zero buzz about this movie and no one i know even knows about the movie. And I think that Noah showed that these old fairly tales are just rubbish. If anything at all, Prince of Egypt was excellent however.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Oct 30, 2014


I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Noah. For the first twenty minutes I understood why it was surrounded by negativity but in my opinion it got better and turned out to be a better than average movie.

Jon Odishaw on Oct 30, 2014


I completely despised Noah. It had nothing redeeming in it. To me at least.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Oct 30, 2014


I still haven't forgiven Ridley for Prometheus or the counselor. But just because he directed two of my all time favs, (Alien & Blade Runner) I will go check it out.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Oct 30, 2014


IMO Scott has lost the touch.

Brian Sleider on Oct 30, 2014


This movie is dead on arrival after Bale's ridiculous comments. Plus, there is zero buzz for this film. Noah did not make it's money back and neither will this film. Hollywood is completely out of touch. Only Hollywood would select two atheist directors to make movies about Noah and Moses.

Glorious_Cause on Oct 30, 2014


Looks suitably epic, but I kinda wish for a historical story from any period from Scott without the biblical stuff.

Steven on Oct 30, 2014



Sascha Dikiciyan on Oct 30, 2014


Crazy Israelis massacring thousands... I can't see that for free on CNN

Bill on Oct 30, 2014


Joel Edgerton seems like a good guy.

Carpola on Oct 30, 2014


Mr Anderson please stop rehashing this 'whitewashing' crap that is peddled by trolls. The majority of comments about Ridley are laughable. hasn't made a good film since... its he hasn't made a bad film since. There is not a more talented artist working in film today. I wish people who don't like his films would go comment elsewhere. Exodus looks suitably epic... roll on Prometheus 2 and The Martian.

macatae on Oct 30, 2014


Some one needs to ask them how it feels to be White guys playing Egyptians?!

DAVIDPD on Oct 30, 2014


lmao not to sound vain, but i think they initialized this "annoyed with white washing" point @ ME! ROTF, but i still love Firstshowing!! in anycase my case in point to mr MACATAE and others alike feel its not a travesty, choose to ignore history as a whole and accomidate the promulgation of false advertisement for entertainment is the ultimately irresponsible...#ImJusSayin

Liam Knurtsis on Nov 1, 2014

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