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Submitted by alycakes 923d ago | news

Brett Ratner’s Hercules Starring Dwayne Johnson Set for August 8, 2014 Release

Collider:
Paramount Pictures has announced that director Brett Ratner’s Hercules will hit theaters on August 8, 2014. The film is an adaptation of Steve Moore’s graphic novel Hercules: The Thracian Wars, which paints the popular character with a darker tone. Dwayne Johnson is set in the title role as “a mercenary who turned his back on the gods following the loss of his family, ‘finding solace only in battle.’” Currently the only other film slated for release in August of 2014 at the moment is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, which opens on August 1st. With a firm release date set, production on the film should get underway later this year. (Cinema, Hercules)

alycakes  +   924d ago
I forgot he was going to do this movie. I'm not sure I'm even interested yet.
Lord_Sloth  +   922d ago
Kevin Sorbo should play Zeus. XXXD

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