Wolf Man Avatar Posted on 4/2/2011 by Wolf Man
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Relativity Media has unleashed five new character posters from their upcoming mythological action tale Immortals. Collect them all here!

Written by Chris Mitchell (senior editor)

Clash of the WHAT?!

It looks like just about everyone is climbing aboard the medieval and mythological train lately. Relativity Media is staking their claim on the market this year, as they've just unveiled five brand new character posters for their upcoming mythical fantasy-action drama Immortals. The movie follows the tale of the Greek warrior Theseus (played by new Superman Henry Cavill) who is chosen by Zeus (Luke Evans) to protect his homeland and save the gods with the help of priestess Phaedra (Freida Pinto) and a slave (Stephen Dorff). In these posters, you'll see Cavill as Theseus, Evans as Zeus, Kellan Lutz as Poseidon, Isabel Lucas as Athena and Daniel Sharman as Aries.

Here's hoping for a quality film and a surprise hit, as it's produced by 300ís Mark Canton and Zombielandís Ryan Kavanaugh. Enjoy the posters, which come by way of our friends over at Fandango, and look for Immortals to clash with titans and gods on the big screen on November 11. 2011!








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