300 Rise Of An Empire Movie Review Cast and Trailer

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Name: 300 Rise of empire

Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy

Language: English

Date of Release: 7 March 2014 (USA)


Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.

Stars and Cast:

  • Sullivan Stapleton (Themistokles)
  • Eva Green (Artemisia)
  • Lena Headey (Queen Gorgo)
  • Hans Matheson (Aeskylos)
  • Callan Mulvey (Scyllias)
  • David Wenham (Dilios)
  • Rodrigo Santoro (Xerxes)
  • Jack O’Connell (Calisto)
  • Andrew Tiernan (Ephialtes)
  • Igal Naor (King Darius)
  • Andrew Pleavin (Daxos)
  • Peter Mensah Peter Mensah (Persian Emissary)
  • Peter Mensah (Persian Emissary)
  • Ashraf Barhom (General Bandari)
  • Christopher Sciueref (General Kashani)

Company Credits:

  • Warner Bros. (presents) (as Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Legendary Pictures (presents)
  • Cruel & Unusual Films
  • Atmosphere Entertainment MM
  • Hollywood Gang Productions
  • Nimar Studios


  • Noam Murro


  • Zack Snyder
  • Kurt Johnstad
  • Frank Miller

Sound & Tracks:

  • War Pigs

Technical Specifications:

Runtime: 102 min

Sound Mix:

  • SDDS
  • Datasat
  • Dolby Digital
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Dolby Surround 7.1

Color: Color

Aspect Ratio: 2.35: 1

Trailer Link:


300: Rise of an Empire is an amazing bit of visual storytelling. With superb scenes of wonderful roughness that surpasses even Zack Snyder’s unique 2007 entry, and no less than one really extraordinary new character to keep our attentiveness, the picture is a sensation regarding what moviegoers undoubtedly will come to see when buying a ticket to another 300 film.

Actually, Rise of an Empire isn’t specifically a sequel; it’s all the more a simul-quel, since a large part of the action takes place in the meantime as the fight in the previous film. While those 300 Spartans battle attacking Persians on land, Athens- born Themistokles heads a Greek-coalition armada against a much bigger Persian fleet. Eva Green is flat-out marvelous here, giving a completely physical and really shaded star turn that is just about as energizing as all the slashing and hacking.