Yesterday in Beijing, a group of men dressed as Spartans from 300 appeared in the Sanlitun shopping district for a publicity stunt. Then, the cops showed up and shut them down.
A group of guys decided to, using nothing but some gym equipment and a slow-mo setting, recreate a battle from 300. We have to admit, it looks pretty amazing.
All you need are incredible art skills, and bam, and you too can look like King Leonidas.
Sometimes, you see a movie that opens up a whole universe of possibilities, leaving you wondering where these characters will go next. So much adventure waiting to happen! And then... there are movies that really don't need a sequel, but get one anyway. Here are 10 film sequels that it's really hard to believe…
Dammit, CinemaSins, you're too late. You could have saved us all from 300: Rise of an Empire, but you neglected your duty, and now we drown in madness.
Reader Tyrannicon sent us this video he made, which is a shot-by-shot recreation of the iconic final battle of the film 300, made using nothing but some console commands and Skyrim's Creation Kit.
Perhaps it isn't all that interesting to some, but I'm always fascinated by the approach Hollywood and television composers take when developing music for video games. Tyler here packed the tracks he created full of sounds in order to make sure that every gameplay decision would be covered. It must have been a real…
Don't look now, but it's another holiday console bundle. This one's for Europe, and is for the PlayStation 3. It includes an 80GB PS3, a DualShock 3 and a copy of 300 on Blu-Ray.
Move over Steven Spielberg! There's now another Hollywood movie director in the EA stable. Zack Snyder, the filmmaker behind 300 and The Watchmen adaptations, has signed a three game deal with EA much like the Spielberg deal. The company will retain full ownership of the Snyder-developed titles, Variety reports, but…