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War of the Gods as told by Tarsem

Tarsem (The Fall, The Cell) is taking on a the Greek gods in War of the Gods.  The basic premise is “a purported bastard who retains an allegiance to his mother despite the fact that he longs to join the quest of a king who is battling demons in ancient Greece later embarks on a grail of discovery that has him finding he is the king’s son and also fated to become his country’s greatest hero as he leads the successful war against long-imprisoned Titans who are hoping to use the demons to restore their power.”

Tarsem was rumored to be directing the remake of Clash of the Titans (now being directed by Louis Leterrier of  The Incredible Hulk) but now the two are racing the get the competing films done.

Tarsem is always good with the visuals. His films often include breathtaking landscapes and intense color schemes but storylines, eh. Should be interesting to see his take on Greek myth.

300

Supposedly it will be shot like 300 which could be a bit disappointing depending if they mean in terms of all blue screen or the look of the finished product because if they’re trying to acheive the same look it may take away from Tarsem’s natural style working with colors.

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  1. January 28, 2009 at 7:54 AM

    I saw Disney’s Hercules so I’m pretty sure…I’m pretty……… sure I know how this’ll already look like.

    • The humans are dead
      January 28, 2009 at 9:45 PM

      Aren’t you glad I took two second to talk about something besides The L word

  2. January 29, 2009 at 4:18 PM

    lol

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