Vor zehn Jahren erblickte 300 mit Gerard Butler das Licht der Welt, sieben Jahre später kam mit 300: Rise Of An Empire ein Sequel mit Eva Green in die Kinos. [26] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B" on an A+ to F scale, down the A- received by its predecessor. It was released in 3D and IMAX 3D on March 7, 2014. [14] Legendary Pictures announced that Frank Miller, who wrote the 1998 comic book limited series on which the film 300 was based, was writing a follow-up graphic novel, and Zack Snyder, co-screenwriter and director of 300, was interested in directing the adaptation, but instead chose to develop and direct the Superman reboot Man of Steel. "[28] Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a negative review, saying "Although Gerard Butler's star has significantly fallen due to the 17 mediocre films he's made since 300, it must be admitted that he's missed here. The cast includes Lena Headey, Peter Mensah, David Wenham, Andrew Tiernan, Andrew Pleavin, and Rodrigo Santoro reprising their roles from the first film, alongside Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Hans Matheson, and Callan Mulvey. Collider hat sich 2016 mit Zack Synder getroffen  und ihn danach gefragt: Wird es einen dritten Teil von 300 geben? [8], 300: Rise of an Empire grossed $106.6 million in North America and $231 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $337.6 million, against a production budget of $110 million. Update, 07.06.2019: Dieser Artikel wurde am 01.11.2017 erstmals anlässlich der TV-Ausstrahlung von 300: Rise Of An Empire veröffentlicht. Themistokles then travels to Sparta to ask King Leonidas for help, but is informed by Dilios that Leonidas is consulting the Oracle, and Gorgo is reluctant to side with Athens. As Xerxes's forces advance towards Thermopylae, Themistokles meets with the council and convinces them to provide him with a fleet to engage the Persians at the sea. Themistokles also learns that Leonidas has marched to fight the Persians with only 300 men. "[46] Stephen Whitty of the Newark Star-Ledger gave the film one and a half stars out of four, saying "There is much grinding of teeth, and mauling of history, and anachronistic use of gunpowder, until we plug our ears and desperately pray to the gods of Olympus, or the brothers of Warner, that they might make an end. Artemisia, historically a queen and not an abused, orphaned slave, actually argued against sailing into the straits and survived the Persian Wars. "[38] Richard Roeper gave the film three and a half stars out of four, calling the film "A triumph of production design, costumes, brilliantly choreographed battle sequences and stunning CGI. 300: Rise of an Empire ist die Fortsetzung des Filmes 300. Darius's son, Xerxes, witnesses his father's death and is advised to not continue the war since "only the gods can defeat the Greeks". "[40] Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times gave the film a positive review, saying "The spectacularly brutal fighting is the film's main calling card, and in that Rise of an Empire doesn't disappoint. "[25] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 48 out of 100 score, based on 34 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". He then visits Gorgo in Sparta while she is mourning Leonidas's death to ask for help, but Gorgo is angry for what the goal of a united Greece has cost her and her people. [20] On May 10, 2013, it was announced the film's release date would be pushed back from August 2, 2013, to March 7, 2014. "[30] Kyle Smith of the New York Post gave the film two and a half stars out of four, saying "The film works as a high-tech boy-fantasy successor to Conan the Barbarian. Collider hat sich 2016 mit Zack Synder getroffen. While Dilios leads the Greek assault, Themistokles and Gorgo take a moment to silently acknowledge one another's alliance as the remaining Persians attempt a counter-attack. Snyders Zukunft im DC-Universum, darunter die Regie bei Justice League 2, ist angesichts der vielen geplanten Superhelden-Projekte und personellen Fluktuationen derzeit nicht in Stein gemeißelt. [19], Principal photography commenced in early July 2012 at the Nu Boyana Film Studios in Sofia, Bulgaria. He returns to Persia and declares war on Greece to avenge his father. Wir schreiben das Jahr 2007. Themistokles is thrown into the sea by an explosion and nearly drowns before being rescued by Aeskylos, and stands by Scyllias's side as he succumbs to his injuries. "[47], Despite mixed reviews for the film as a whole, Eva Green's performance as the naval officer Artemisia received positive reviews, with some going so far as to say she was more interesting than the heroes, and saved the film. Würdet ihr gerne einen dritten Teil von 300 sehen? The Persians spill tar into the sea and send suicide bombers to swim to and board the Greek ships with their flame bombs. 2013, 11:24 Uhr 1 min Lesezeit. She was rescued and adopted by a Persian emissary. Doch alles der Reihe nach. [6], In North America, the film opened to number one in its first weekend with $45 million. "[32] James Rocchi of Film.com gave the film a zero out of ten, saying "Long on crimson spurts of blood but low on character, larded with production value but bereft of any other kind of it, 300: Rise of an Empire is a 3D joke. She was taken as a sex slave and subsequently left for dead in the streets. Doch Hollywood wäre nicht Hollywood, wenn es nicht doch eine Möglichkeit gäbe, eine Fortsetzung zu drehen. 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[52], Paul Cartledge, a professor of Greek culture at Cambridge University, also noted historical errors in the film. Zwar war er zuletzt mit dem DC-Universum beschäftigt und seine Rolle beim letzten 300-Film beschränkte sich bereits auf die Arbeit als Produzent. "[37] Drew Hunt of the Chicago Reader gave the film a negative review, saying "The slow-motion battle scenes are technically impressive and occasionally elegant, but there's enough machismo here to choke a thousand NFL locker rooms. Themistocles is forced to an unwilling alliance with the traditional rival of Athens, oligarchic Sparta whose might lies with its … Ursprünglich sollte der Film in den Vereinigten Staaten im Spätherbst 2013 anlaufen, er wurde aber auf den 7. In Deutschland und der deutschsprachigen Schweiz startete der Film bereits einen Tag früher in den Kinos, in Österreich am Tag darauf. Beide Filme sind nach einem Comic von Frank Miller entstanden, wobei der zweite Comic bisher noch nicht erschienen ist, sondern bloß ein Prequel um den Perserkönig Xerxes. Upon learning he is alive, Artemisia leaves to ready her entire navy for battle. They fight and make love simultaneously. 300 kam eher gemischt bei den Kritikern an, doch alle waren sich einig, dass der Film von Zack Snyder (zumindest für die "damalige" Zeit) stilistisch neue Maßstäbe setzte. Partner to Bring 20 New Pictures to IMAX® Theatres", "Junkie XL Scoring '300: Rise of an Empire, "IMDb Pro : 300: Rise of an Empire Business Details", "Producers Mark Canton, Gianni Nunnari and Bernie Goldmann Exclusive Video Interview", "300 Follow-Up Gets Official Title | Movie News | Empire", "Warner Bros. "[36] Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post gave the film one out of four stars, saying "Rise of an Empire is no fun at all - even those famous six-pack abs from 300 seem to be missing a can or two in this desperate attempt to up an already dubious ante. "[49] And perhaps most emphatically, Stephanie Zacharek writing for The Village Voice exclaimed, "Rise of an Empire might have been essentially more of the same, but for one distinction that makes it 300 times better than its predecessor: Mere mortals of Athens, Sparta, and every city from Mumbai to Minneapolis, behold the magnificent Eva Green, and tremble! Queen Gorgo of Sparta tells her men about the Battle of Marathon, in which King Darius of Persia was killed by General Themistokles of Athens ten years earlier. Xerxes suggests it is most likely a trap, but she still leaves after reminding him that she made him king through her efforts while he sat safely at a distance and watched. Nun stellt sich die Frage, ob wir irgendwann einen dritten Teil bekommen werden. The site's critical consensus reads, "It's bound to hit some viewers as an empty exercise in stylish gore, and despite a gonzo starring performance from Eva Green, 300: Rise of an Empire is a step down from its predecessor. [8][9] The film's score was composed by Junkie XL. Vielleicht wird ja das Prequel-Comic von 300 von Frank Miller, das den Titel Xerxes: For example, Darius was not killed as depicted as neither Xerxes nor Darius was present at the Battle of Marathon. "[48] According to Rafer Guzman's Newsday review, "The one bright spot is Eva Green as Xerxes' machinator, Artemesia, a raccoon-eyed warrior princess... Green plays a snarling, insatiable, self-hating femme fatale and completely steals the show. The Greeks charge the Persian ships from the cliffs above and kill more Persians. [7] It is based on the Frank Miller comic mini-series Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander (released April–September 2018). Ty Burr of The Boston Globe, in his positive review stated, "Rise of an Empire may strike some as an improvement on the first film, if only for two reasons: naval warfare and the glorious absurdity of Eva Green. [21] In its second weekend, the film dropped to number two, grossing an additional $19.2 million. Artemisia and her men fire flaming arrows and torches to ignite the tar, but an Athenian manages to kill one of the Persians, who falls into the tar carrying a torch, causing ships from both sides to explode. The movie delivers all the necessary elements but their impact is dull. "[50] Some critics have identified the film as an example of Iranophobia. Artemisia tries to kill Themistokles one last time but is killed as he stabs her through the stomach. Her lust for vengeance gained the attention of King Darius and he made her a naval commander after she killed many of his enemies. Heute Abend zeigt ProSieben um 23.05 Uhr mit „300: Rise Of An Empire“ die Fortsetzung zum 2007 veröffentlichten „300“. Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander, "Comic-Con 2011: Xerxes Is Now 300: Battle of Artemisia", "Junkie XL score composer for 300: Rise of an Empire", "300: Rise of an Empire and All You Need is Kill Pushed Back", "IMAX and Warner Bros. 300: Rise of an Empire is a 2014 American epic action film written and produced by Zack Snyder and directed by Noam Murro. Eine Fortsetzung für die Comicverfilmungen "300" und "300: Rise of an Empire" wünschen sich viele Fans des Franchise – auch, wenn die Kritiken eher durchwachsen ausfielen. Xerxes finally reaches a cave and bathes in an otherworldly liquid, emerging as the 8-foot tall "God-King". In der Fortsetzung „300: Rise Of An Empire“ zieht der General Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) gegen Xerxes auf dem Seeweg in den Krieg, … [17] During pre-production, the film was titled 300: Battle of Artemisium (although this was widely misreported as "Battle of Artemisia");[18] the film was retitled 300: Rise of an Empire in September 2012. She itemizes numerous historical errors in the film, including the pivotal (and false) scene in which Themistocles kills Darius the Great at the Battle of Marathon, even though he wasn't present at the time and died of natural causes years later. Wahrscheinlich wäre es aber wieder eine David-gegen-Goliath-Geschichte. Xerxes, watching the battle from a cliff, turns his back on her, acknowledging his naval defeat and continuing the march of his army. 300 Rise of an Empire Trailer: Die spartanische Fortsetzung . "[44] Adam Nayman of The Globe and Mail gave the film one and a half stars out of four, saying "An extension of the 300 universe, like an add-on content pack for a video game. 300: Rise of an Empire is a 2014 American epic action film written and produced by Zack Snyder and directed by Noam Murro.It is a sequel to the 2007 film 300, taking place before, during, and after the main events of that film, and is loosely based on the Battle of Artemisium and the Battle of Salamis. Während die 300 um Leonidas I. in der Schlacht bei den Thermopylen fallen, kämpft der Athener Themistokles auf hoher See gegen eine Armada von Schiffen die Schlacht bei Artemision. "[43] Tom Long of The Detroit News gave the film a D, saying "300: Rise of an Empire is a bloodbath and not much else. In June 2008, producers Gianni Nunnari, Mark Canton, and Bernie Goldmann revealed that work had begun on a sequel to 300. It's even more muddy in IMAX and 3-D."[35] Colin Covert of the Star Tribune gave the film two out of four stars, saying "300: Rise of an Empire plays like a collaboration between the Marquis de Sade and Michael Bay. Impressed with Themistokles' skills, Artemisia brings him onto her ship where she has sex with him in an attempt to lure him to the Persian side as her second-in-command. 300 Rise of an Empire Trailer: Die spartanische Fortsetzung . [15][16] Noam Murro directed instead, while Snyder produced and co-wrote. It is a sequel to the 2007 film 300, taking place before, during, and after the main events of that film, and is loosely based on the Battle of Artemisium and the Battle of Salamis. Anlässlich der heutigen TV-Ausstrahlung des ersten Teils auf ProSieben haben wir ihn nochmal hervorgeholt. [51], The Guardian's historical films reviewer, Alex von Tunzelmann, discredited the film's historical legitimacy, giving it the classification of "History grade: Fail." Daxos, an Arcadian general, tells Themistokles that Leonidas and his 300 men were killed after Ephialtes betrayed the Greeks to Xerxes. "[31] Soren Anderson of The Seattle Times gave the film three out of five stars, saying "Rise of an Empire is not great by any stretch of the imagination, but it's very impressive in its single-minded dedication to creating a moviegoing experience designed to totally engulf its audience. "[45] Mark Jenkins of NPR gave the film a negative review, saying "If the movie's action recalls video games, the dramatically artificial lighting suggests 1980s rock videos. Dennoch stellt sich die Frage, ob wir ein drittes Mal Waschbrettbäuche und barttragende Männer in kurzer Hose zu sehen bekommen. Themistokles leads his fleet of fifty warships and several thousand men, which include Scyllias, Scyllias's son Calisto, and Themistokles' right-hand man Aeskylos to the Aegean Sea, starting the Battle of Artemisium.