Both sides suffer great losses, until at last Themistocles and Artemisia confront one another. Themistocles disarms Artemisia and demands her to surrender, but she resists and is stabbed through the abdomen. In Sparta, Themistocles approaches Gorgo once more and requests their navy. When the battle commences, Artemisia commands her general to humiliate the Greeks. The film opens with the lifeless bodies of the 300 Spartans at Thermopylae. Legendary Pictures has announced that Frank Miller is writing the follow-up graphic novel, and Zack Snyder was interested in directing the adaptation, but chose to move on to develop and direct the Superman reboot Man of Steel. In a council meeting, he asserts that the Greek city states must unite against the Persian threat, and that he requires a substantial fleet. She was Leonidas's wife. During this battle, he beholds the king's son, Xerxes , but does not proceed to kill him. Without her leadership, the Persian fleet will crumble. The film is centered around the Greek leader, Themistocles, portrayed by Australian actor Sullivan Stapleton. Themistocles accepts and meets Artemisia on her ship. When Themistocles and the Greeks suffer defeat the next day, some question Themistocles ambitions. He eventually corners her on a wrecked ship, and the two engage in a fierce battle. The film then shows the Athenians, lead by general Themistocles, ambushing the Persians while they are docked. After recuperating with his remaining men, Themistocles learns that Leonidas and the 300 have been defeated at the Hot Gates. Themistocles is first seen leading the charge at the Battle of Marathon, where he mortally wounds the Persian King Darius with an arrow to the heart. Both of them duel each other to a stalemate, at which point the Spartans suddenly arrive with a fleet of their own, lead by Gorgo. When the Persians attack a second time, he lures them into a narrow crevice and his forces lay waste to them. Meanwhile, Xerxes is relishing his victory at Thermopylae. The Persians subsequently retreat back to their realm, and Darius' admiral Artemisia arrives in time to hear the dying King's last words. Themistocles and the Athenians rally their fleet against the Persians in the first battle of Artemisium. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Themistocles' single plan is to defeat Artemisia. In Deutschland und der deutschsprachigen Schweiz startete der Film bereits einen Tag früher in den Kinos, in Österreich am Tag darauf. He requests the service of the Spartan fleet, and tells her of his ambition to unite Greece, but Gorgo refuses him, as she is only interested in the preservation of Sparta. He is devoted to Greek freedom and unification, to the point where he has not found time or interest in raising a family. On the battlefield he is a ferocious warrior, able to fight with several Persian Immortals at once. Xerxes eventually stumbles upon a cave and submerges himself in an otherworldly liquid. Despite this however, she reveals that she can sustains losses for weeks, and her navy will eventually overcome the Greeks. Darius advises his son Xerxes to end the war with Greece and leave them to their ways, declaring only the Gods can defeat them. Gorgo ponders this as she weeps. She tells Xerxes that he must become a God King to defeat the Greeks. Yet as Themistocles beholds Xerxes, he knows that there will be repercussions for Greece. He deeply loves his country, but most of all he treasures his fleet. Legendary Pictures has announced that Frank Miller is writing the follow-up graphic novel, and Zack Snyder was interested in directing the adaptation, but chose to move on to develop and direct the Superman reboot Man of Steel. Artemisia then offers for him to join her side, even going so far as to sexually seduce him. At the battle of Salamis, the Greek fleet are met by an overwhelming number of Persian ships. Gorgo was civil towards him, though with a hint of mockery here and there. A grief stricken Gorgo dismisses him, feeling that Sparta has given enough, and will give no more. She compliments his strategic skills, and asks him if he is a God. Gorgo and Themistocles silently acknowledge their allegiance and lead the charge against the Persians. Their formation of triremes proves unassailable. Dilios warns him that Gorgo is in no condition to be reasoned with. He shall be spared if he joins her side as naval commander of the Persians. Enraged, Artemisia sends him away. However, this general fails when Themistocles lures him into a narrow straight, allowing the Athenians to ambush the Persians and gain another victory. Themistocles states that his life's ambition has been amassing the Greek fleet for her. Themistocles journeys to Sparta to try and request their help once more. He receives news of the Spartan defeat at Thermopylae, and instructs the messenger to carry this news to all of the Greek city states. Artemisia is the main antagonist of the 2014 film300: Rise Of An Empire. At the Battle of Salamis, Themistocles knows he must kills Artemisia to hamper to Persian forces. With the arrival of Gorgo and the Spartans, Themistocles overpowers Artemisia and kills her, although not before giving her a chance to surrender, feeling it would be a shame to kill her. Themistocles heads to Sparta to converse with King Leonidas, but when he arrives he learns that Leonidas is consulting the oracle at Delphi after rejecting the Persian emissary. He is later seen in Athens before its destruction. During this battle, he beholds the king's son, Xerxes, but does not proceed to kill him. Artemisia realises that she has found her match in Themistocles, and sends an envoy to the Greek encampment. Before the battle, Themistocles discovers that Calisto has disobeyed his father and infiltrated the army. Themistocles brushes off the question, and she reveals that although he has made an admirable stand, she can sustain losses for months, and will eventually overcome his fleet. In Athens, Themistocles confronts the remorseful Ephialtes, who presents him with Leonidas' sword. Returning to Athens, he learns from his friend Scyllias that Artemisia is leading the Persian fleet. Ursprünglich sollte der Film in den Vereinigten Staaten im Spätherbst 2013 anlaufen, er wurde aber auf den 7. When he emerges again, he appears as a nine foot tall being draped in gold. To ensure his trust, Artemisia secretly murders all of Xerxes' closest associates. Artemisia was taken captive and suffered terrible physical and sexual abuse at the hands of the Greeks . This means an alliance with the Spartans themselves. Artemisia has her general cuffed and thrown overboard for his incompetence, and recruits another in his place. He replies that he does not enjoy warfare, but simply fights out of love for his country. 300 Rise Of An Empire - Theatrical Trailer, 300 Rise of an Empire - "My answer is still no" Clip 2, 300 Rise of an Empire - "Seize Your Glory" Clip, 300 Rise of an Empire - "I was speaking of Themistokles" Clip 2, 300 Rise of an Empire - "Is it too much to ask for victory" Clip, 300 Rise of an Empire - "God-King" Clip 2, 300 Rise of an Empire - "Themistokles" Clip 2, 300 Sequel Movie Interview - SDCC 09 Zack Snyder, 300 Rise of an Empire - Noam Murro Director Interview, 300 Rise of an Empire - Zach Snyder Producer Interview, 300 Rise of an Empire - Rodrigo Santoro Xerxes Interview, 300 Rise of an Empire - Hans Matheson Aeskylos Interview, 300 Rise of an Empire - Lena Heady Queen Gorgo Interview, 300 Rise of an Empire - Eva Green Artemisa Interview, 300 Rise of an Empire - Sullivan Stapleton Themistokles Interview, https://300.fandom.com/wiki/300:_Rise_of_an_Empire?oldid=4959. Knowing his only hope of defeating the overwhelming Persian armada will be to unite all of Greece, Themistocles ultimately leads the charge that will change the course of the war. Themistocles himself is nearly killed when his ship is destroyed in an explosion. During the battle, Artemisia shoots Scyllias with an arrow, killing him. Nevertheless, she is set on fulling her desire to wipe out the Greeks. Nevertheless he was quick to recover. His success and prestige have made him confident, yet slightly arrogant. However, Ephialtes approaches them with news of the Greek fleet gathering in Salamis, lead by Themistocles. She then makes him a offer. He was able to match Artemisia in combat, and eventually defeated her. Artemisia immediately intends to destroy them, but this leads to a disagreement between her and Xerxes, who feels that she should not attack. She is amused when he reveals that his life's ambition had been assembling the Greek fleet for her. During the battle, Themistocles sees a chance to wound the Persian King Darius, and shoots an arrow into his chest. The Persian messenger requests that Themistocles meets Artemisia, whose boat is moored in neutral waters. Noam Murro ultimately signed as the director, while Zack Snyder produced, and co-wrote the screenplay. Gorgo, Queen of Sparta (pronounced /ˈɡɔrɡoʊ/; Greek: Γοργώ) is one of the characters in the films 300 and 300: Rise of an Empire. After, Themistocles rejects her. He is played by Sullivan Stapleton. Xerxes, who has been watching the battle, turns his back and retreats, with a much larger army waiting on land. This leads to the destruction of many Greek ships, and though the Greeks do manage to destroy the Persian oil ship it causes several casualties. 300: Rise of an Empire (previously titled 300: Battle of Artemisia) is the 2014 prequel to the 2007 blockbuster film, 300. The story pits Greek general Themistocles against the massive invading Persian forces, ruled by the mortal-turned-god Xerxes, and led by Artemisia, the vengeful commander of the Persian navy. Themistocles meets with Artemisia, who compliments him on his tactics. She is the merciless and brutal leader of the Persian Navy and battles a Greek fleet at the same time the 300 Spartans make their last stand at Thermopile. His tactics also allowed him to exploit certain weaknesses in the Persian Navy, something he did so well that Artemisia described it as being very graceful. He sends him back to Xerxes with a message of vengeance. He is impressed by the spirit of Scyllias' son, Calisto, but his father does not want him to participate in the war. Themistocles reminds her however that if all of Greece is to be free, they must eventually fight too. https://300.fandom.com/wiki/Themistocles?oldid=4828. Themistocles is one of the main characters in 300: Rise of an Empire. Themistocles knows of her and her history. The film was released in the United States on March 7, 2014. He then sends Ephialtes with a message to the Athenians' that the Persians are now coming for them. In politics and in counsel he is able to inspire and sway those around him with words of wisdom. Themistocles requests the assistance of their navy, but Gorgo is reluctant to side with him, as she is only interested in the preservation of Sparta itself, not the whole of Greece. Portrayed as level headed and rational, Themistocles is master stategist and tactician. She has requested his presence so that she can meet her enemy face to face, and recognize him when he dies. Xerxes advances on the corpse of Leonidas and beheads him to signify his victory. He acknowledged his defeat at the Battle of Artemisium, regretting his underestimation of Artemisia. As Gorgo narrates the story, she mentions how the Greco-Persian War started with the battle of Marathon. He encourages his men to take a stand. The Athenians promptly ram their ships into the Persians, gaining the upper hand. Noam Murro ultimately signed as the director, while Zack Snyder produced, and co-wrote the screenplay. Themistocles sends him back to Xerxes with the promise of war. Eventually Artemisia grows weary of the battle and decides to let the Greeks enjoy their small victory. To this end, he even travels to Sparta to enlist the help of King Leonidas. Enraged, she sends him on his way, stating he is no more than a mere human. Years later in Athens, the Athenian council are quarreling over the imminent Persian invasion.Themistocles convinces them that all of Greece must unite in order to repel Persia. She is impressed, but soon regains the offensive. 300: Rise of an Empire Edit Themistocles is first seen leading the charge at the Battle of Marathon, where he mortally wounds the Persian King Darius with an arrow to the heart. She impatiently demands why he has come, and again he makes his request. Themistocles and Gorgo subsequently unite and lead the Greek forces into battle. Before he leaves, Themistocles returns Leonidas' sword to Gorgo, and urges her to avenge him. The two end up having a brief bout of hate sex, but in the end he rejects her offer. She commands the priests to bless Xerxes and sends him into the desert. Gorgo ponders this as she silently weeps. 300 Rise of an Empire: Edit At eight years old, her family was slaughtered by the Greek hoplites. He returns to Persia and declares war on Greece. In Athens, Xerxes gloats of his triumph over the Greeks, but Artemisia is less enthusiastic over her failure to sway Themistocles to her side. With the Greek navy in tatters, Artemisia assumes victory and withdraws her ships. Xerxes mourns his father's death for seven days, but Artemisia still lusts for vengeance on the Greeks, and uses the opportunity to twist Darius' words. Themistocles finds Gorgo mourning the death of her husband. Once he arrives however, he learns from Dilios that Leonidas is consulting the Oracle, He meets with Queen Gorgo instead. Themistocles soon achieves victories by commanding the Greek ships into a circular formation, allowing them to ram the Persian ships from the side. Der Film geht wie der Vorgänger auf den Comic 300 von Frank Miller und Lynn Varley zurück. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He then sends the message throughout Greece of the Spartans' defeat. He was one of the few Athenians who seemed to hold a measure of respect with the Spartans. Later, Athens is razed by Xerxes' forces, with the God King brandishing Leonidas' severed head. Initially Themistocles gains the upper hand when he forces her back and punches her in the face. One night, Persians approach the Greek camp and inform Themistocles that Artemisia's ship is moored in neutral waters. In the next confrontation, the Persians pour oil into the sea and send in men with explosive kegs. Themistocles is impressed and promises to watch out for him. In Athens, Themistocles interrogates Ephialtes, and is disgusted by his treachery. They have wild, passionate, violent sex, which Themistocles tearing her clothes and fondling her breasts and Artemisia straddling him; all the while, they are moaning and yelling loudly. The two prove equally matched, and end up in a stalemate. Gorgo, who is overcome by grief, feels that Sparta has given enough, and sends him away. Before he leaves, Themistocles returns Leonidas' sword to her, and urges Gorgo to avenge her husband. Darius' son, Xerxes, is also present, and dismayed by this. 300: Rise of an Empire (previously titled 300: Battle of Artemisia) is the 2014 prequel to the 2007 blockbuster film, 300. 300: Rise of an Empire ist die Fortsetzung des Filmes 300. März 2014 verschoben, an dem er dann tatsächlich anlief. Instead, Gorgo speaks with him, and he tells her of his plan to unite Greece. The Athenians feel that it is a trap, but Themistocles decides to meet his enemy face to face. When Themistocles finds that Calisto has infiltrated the army, he takes the boy under his wing. The Greeks however know of a weak spot within the Persian ships; the sides.
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