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While “tonight we honor Hollywood’s best and whitest, er, brightest,” at the box office, audiences are celebrating the Fox comic-book movie Deadpool for the third straight week. The Tim Miller-directed film, starring Ryan Reynolds, has now crossed $600 million worldwide, and it ranks as the third highest grossing R-rated movie ever, domestically.
Lionsgate has released a new batch of clips from director Alex Proyas‘ gonzo fantasy epic Gods of Egypt, as well as a special TV spot, plus new IMAX poster. Check ’em out below.
The movie looks gleefully insane. Take, for example, Ra’s (Geoffrey Rush) spaceship,
Ahead of Sunday’s big game, Lionsgate has debuted the Gods of Egypt Super Bowl TV spot online, which looks like Clash of the Titans on LSD.
Directed by Alex Proyas (The Crow), who was born in Alexandria, Egypt, from a script written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (The Last Witch Hunter),
In contrast to Ridley Scott who defended his Egypt-set epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings casting with some colorful comments about how non-white actors couldn’t be cast with his budget, director Alex Proyas and Lionsgate, the studio behind Gods of Egypt, have apologized for their movie whitewashing before it even hits theaters.
Lionsgate has released the first trailer for Gods of Egypt and it looks very fantastical, but I’m not sure I mean that in a good way.
Alex Proyas-directed spectacular action-adventure inspired by the classic mythology of Egypt looks like a movie for 12 year olds and it’s not a bad thing,