300 sequel "Rise of an Empire" first look
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300 sequel "Rise of an Empire" first look
Posted by JS87 on 4/9 at 3:04 pm
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In the parallel film 300: Rise of an Empire (out Aug. 2), which takes place at about the same time as its predecessor, Greek general Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) and his common-man troops fight the rest of the Persian army at sea.





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Posted by Fox Mulder on 4/9 at 3:06 pm to JS87
Don't think they should make a sequel. The first one was all style. The wow factor is lost in a sequel.


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Posted by Ellunchboxo on 4/9 at 3:06 pm to JS87
Meh


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Posted by Carson123987 on 4/9 at 3:09 pm to JS87
so bad. hollywood needs to self destruct and start over


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Posted by Fox Mulder on 4/9 at 3:10 pm to Carson123987
I can't believe the remake sequel phase of Hollywood is still going strong


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Posted by manwich on 4/9 at 3:10 pm to JS87
meh, i'd watch it


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Posted by BloodSweat&Beers on 4/9 at 3:11 pm to manwich
Eva Green kills dudes.


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Posted by JS87 on 4/9 at 3:12 pm to Fox Mulder
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The wow factor is lost in a sequel.


Yeah, but you know you'll go see it



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Posted by Carson123987 on 4/9 at 3:13 pm to Fox Mulder
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remake sequel phase of Hollywood





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Posted by manwich on 4/9 at 3:13 pm to BloodSweat&Beers
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In this case, the mightiest power is primarily led by Artemesia (Eva Green), the vengeful commander of the Persian navy, who is second in command to the mortal-turned-god leader Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro). She has the added incentive of seeking to settle a blood score against the Greeks who killed her family when she was a child.


sounds dumb



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Posted by TotesMcGotes on 4/9 at 3:15 pm to Carson123987
Why do you say that?


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Posted by Carson123987 on 4/9 at 3:21 pm to manwich
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In this case, the mightiest power is primarily led by Artemesia (Eva Green), the vengeful commander of the Persian navy, who is second in command to the mortal-turned-god leader Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro). She has the added incentive of seeking to settle a blood score against the Greeks who killed her family when she was a child.





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Posted by SaintEB on 4/9 at 3:26 pm to manwich
Cersei is in it.


Oh shite...did I just turn this into a GoT thread?


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Posted by manwich on 4/9 at 3:39 pm to SaintEB
300 is a GoT prequel


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Posted by JS87 on 4/10 at 3:04 pm to Carson123987
I don't think it will be that horrible.




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Posted by Tmacelroy12 on 4/10 at 3:58 pm to JS87
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Artemesia (Eva Green), the vengeful commander of the Persian navy, who is second in command to the mortal-turned-god leader Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro)

Scissor me Xerxes




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Posted by thatguy1892 on 4/10 at 4:15 pm to Fox Mulder
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I can't believe the remake sequel phase of Hollywood is still going strong



If you look reallllllllll carefully, you'll see that... it has always been there. There is no "phase." Cecil B DeMille remade his own epic movie The Ten Commandments. A Star is born has been done THREE times. Ben Hur twice, and those are just a few the big ones that stand out and right off the top of my head. The story of Christ, god knows how many times. Now as for squeals, ever heard of The Thin Man? Tarzan? Know what a serial is right? Now I'll give you this, sequels didn't become that prominent until the late 70s. Mostly due to Mr. Spielburg and the creation of the "Blockbuster." After that "Hollywood" realized that people will run to the theater to see awesome shite. So they probably thought,"Hey I bet people will run to go see that shite again!" And now we do.



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Posted by Napoleon on 4/10 at 4:29 pm to thatguy1892
agreed.

Look at this.

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Blondie is a 1938 movie directed by Frank Strayer, based on the comic strip of the same name. The screenplay was written by Chic Young and Richard Flournoy. This was the first of 28 films based on the comic strip; Columbia Pictures produced them from 1938 to 1943,



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Posted by thatguy1892 on 4/10 at 5:26 pm to Napoleon
Don't forget about Mickey Rooney and Andy Hardy.


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Posted by Fox Mulder on 4/10 at 5:28 pm to thatguy1892
The percentages of remakes and sequels is astounding a a huuuuge uptick from 30 year ago


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