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Immortals (10-Nov-2011)

Director: Tarsem Singh

Writers: Charley Parlapanides; Vlas Parlapanides

Keywords: Fantasy/Action

Mythical fantasy follows an ordinary Greek as he is chosen by Zeus to front an offensive against a king threatening to ravage mankind.

ABSTRACT
King Hyperion, a bloodthirsty commander of an equally-vengeful army of soldiers, seeks to lead a brutal scorched-Earth campaign across Greece in search of a weapon of unfathomable strength known as the Epirus Bow. Sensing Hyperion's quest as the gravest threat to humanity's continued existence since the Titans' evil ways eons ago, Zeus enlists a mortal named Theseus to serve alongside several other skilled warriors as man's last hope against Hyperion's staggering conquests.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Greg Bryk
Actor
1972   Weston Field on ReGenesis
Henry Cavill
Actor
5-May-1983   The Tudors
Stephen Dorff
Actor
29-Jul-1973   Blade
Luke Evans
Actor
15-Apr-1979   Immortals
John Hurt
Actor
22-Jan-1940   Alien
Kellan Lutz
Actor
15-Mar-1985   Twilight
Mark Margolis
Actor
26-Nov-1939   The Fountain
Stephen McHattie
Actor
3-Feb-1947   Cold Squad
Freida Pinto
Actor
18-Oct-1984   Slumdog Millionaire
Mickey Rourke
Actor
16-Sep-1952   The Wrestler
Corey Sevier
Actor
3-Jul-1984   Gabriel McKay on North Shore
Peter Stebbings
Actor
28-Feb-1971   Alvin Klein on The Listener

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