On the Red Carpet of 300: Rise of an Empire Premiere

Eva Green, 300 Sequel

Watch the exclusive video from the premiere of 300: Rise of an Empire.

Stars Eva Green, Lena Headey, Callan Mulvey, Jack O’Connell, Igal Naor, director Noam Murro, producer/co-writer Zack Snyder, producers Gianni Nunnari, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Sylvester Stallone turned out for the premiere of the film which is based on The Battle of Salamis.

“300: Rise of an Empire,” told in the breathtaking visual style of the blockbuster “300,” is a new chapter of the epic saga, which takes the action to a new battlefield—the sea. The story pits the Greek general Themistokles against the massive invading Persian forces, ruled by the mortal-turned-god Xerxes, and led by Artemisia, the vengeful commander of the Persian navy. Knowing his only hope of defeating the overwhelming Persian armada is to unite all of Greece, Themistokles leads the charge that will change the course of the war.

The action adventure stars Sullivan Stapleton as Themistokles and Eva Green as Artemisia. Reprising their roles from “300,” Lena Headey stars as the Spartan Queen, Gorgo; David Wenham appears as Dilios; Andrew Tiernan plays Ephialtes; Andrew Pleavin plays Daxos; and Rodrigo Santoro returns in the role of the Persian God-King, Xerxes. The main cast also includes Hans Matheson as Themistokles’ closest advisor, Aeskylos; and Callan Mulvey and Jack O’Connell as father and son, Scyllias and Calisto.

The film was directed by Noam Murro, from a screenplay by Zack Snyder & Kurt Johnstad, based on the graphic novel Xerxes, by Frank Miller. Gianni Nunnari, Mark Canton, Zack Snyder, Deborah Snyder and Bernie Goldmann produced the film, with Thomas Tull, Frank Miller, Stephen Jones and Jon Jashni serving as executive producers.


1 COMMENT

  1. They made a movie about Greeks with no input from Greeks.,.. and our leftists are “proud” of it!

    Good grief. Our leftists really have no idea what’s going on. They think everyone loves Greeks when the reality is they are trying to delete our very identity. (see FYROM)