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Cop a load of Tarsem's Greek gods

14 October 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Facebook

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Say what you like about Tarsem, but you can't seriously dispute the man's visual sense. Immortals, out on November 11, seems to be no exception to this rule, with startlingly handsome Greek gods* in bizarre costumes facing off against grimy (but oh-so-handsome) humans and demi-gods, led by Henry Cavill's Theseus.

The pictures here show Kellan Lutz (him from Twilight) as Poseidon, Isabel Lucas (her from Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen) as Athena and Daniel Sharman (from not much really) as Ares. Also, Theseus and Stephen Dorff's Stavros.

Following on from the trailer and the footage we saw at Comic-Con, and we're rather looking forward to this. After all, even if you think Tarsem puts style over substance, the style is considerable.

*We realise we perhaps shouldn't be startled by how pretty they are, what with "looks like a Greek god" being a compliment pretty much everywhere, but bear in mind that the last lot we saw were a bit older and more grizzled.


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I am usually down with homoeroticism and half naked dudes with swords but this it pushing it. Did Jean Paul Gaultier or some other wacky fashion designer design the costumes or something?! I cool with this movie up until these pics! More

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I think it looks epic - The Gods has suitably godly clothing that people on Earth would consider crazy and I hope it lives up to the hype More

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I am usually down with homoeroticism and half naked dudes with swords but this it pushing it. Did Jean Paul Gaultier or some other wacky fashion designer design the costumes or something?! I cool with this movie up until these pics! More

Posted by Big Red at 16:45 on 21 October 2011 | Report This Post

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