Holy crap! The trailer for Alex Proyas’ ‘Gods of Egypt’ is insane!


Alex Proyas is a director with a keen eye for stunning visuals, and he has proven himself in some truly exceptional films including The Crow, Dark City and I, Robot (let’s forget about Knowing). He is now back with Gods of Egypt, and the first trailer has been unleashed, and its quite something.

It’s a full on assault on the senses as a dangerous plot is hidden amongst loud music, tons of action and some truly breathtaking visuals. You want Gods, you want monsters, you want an adrenaline rush, well it’s all here in an epic two minute trailer that is sure to blow you away.

Gods of Egypt, from director Alex Proyas (The Crow, Dark City, I Robot, Knowing). The film is written by Proyas and Matt Sazama. The cast includes Brenton Thwaites, Gerard Butler, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Geoffrey Rush, Elodie Yung and Emma Booth.

Gods of Egypt will crush UK cinemas on 8th April 2016.

Official synopsis:

Magic, monsters, gods and madness reign throughout the palaces and pyramids of the Nile River Valley in this action-adventure inspired by the classic mythology of Egypt. With the survival of mankind hanging in the balance, an unexpected hero takes a thrilling journey to save the world and rescue his true love. Set (Gerard Butler), the merciless god of darkness, has usurped Egypt’s throne, plunging the once peaceful and prosperous empire into chaos and conflict. With only a handful of heroic rebels opposing Set’s savage rule, Bek (Brenton Thwaites), a bold and defiant mortal, enlists the aid of powerful god Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) in an unlikely alliance against the evil overlord. As their breathtaking battle against Set and his henchmen take them into the afterlife and across the heavens, both god and mortal must pass tests of courage and sacrifice if they hope to prevail in the spectacular final confrontation.





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