After delivering the shockingly beautiful fairytale adventure The Fall, what ever director Tarsem did next would automatically near the top of my most-anticipated list. Doing just that is his upcoming sword-and-sandal actioner Immortals. The cast includes Zack Snyder‘s Superman: The Man of Steel lead Henry Cavill as well as Mickey Rourke, Freida Pinto, Stephen Dorff, Luke Evans, John Hurt, Kellan Lutz, and Isabel Lucas. Fandango has premiered the first character posters for the film that will screen footage at WonderCon this weekend. Check them out below.
King Hyperion (Mickey Rourke) leads his bloodthirsty army on a murderous rampage across Greece to find a deadly weapon that will destroy humanity. A mortal chosen by Zeus named Theseus (Henry Cavill) must lead the fight against Hyperion and his evil army with the fate of mankind and the Gods at stake.
Immortals hits theaters on November 11th, 2011.
Are you a big fan of Tarsem? What do you think of these posters?
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