[Trailer] Exodus: Gods and Kings

Before I write today’s post I wish to genuinely apologize for not posting for so long. Been having issues with posting from my laptop on WordPress for some time now and can’t seem to find a way around it coupled with the fact that I have been so busy and swamped with work. So hence I tender my apologies.

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Check out the first trailer for EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS.

Directed by Ridley Scott (Gladiator), Exodus: Gods and Kings casts CHRISTIAN BALE as Moses, JOEL EDGERTON as Ramses, AARON PAUL as Joshua, SIGOURNEY WEAVER as Tuya, BEN KINGSLEY as Nun and INDIRA VARMA as Miriam.

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Exodus: Gods and Kings tells the story of Moses who goes about setting 600,000 slaves free from Egypt while defying the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses. The film’s writing credits are: Screen Story by Bill Collage & Adam Cooper, Screenplay by Steve Zailian.

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The trailer looks interesting and very inviting and I really hope it will be better than Noah with regards to the story-telling.  The picture below shows some, screen shots from the movie which shows that a significant amount of work is been put into the visuals which I will be monitoring closely alongside the script. The movie is slated for release sometime in December, 2014.

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Trailer Rating: 8.5/10

I look forward to seeing it when it hit the cinemas afterall it’s a Ridley Scott movie 😉

Without Wax,
V.

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