Film for Spartacus Series Fans

     Are you a fan of the Spartacus series, or have you at least watched the series of the ex-slave who became a free man and made the Roman republic itself tremble? If so, check out a perfect movie below for you!

Know Spartacus Series:

     Spartacus is an American television series produced in New Zealand that premiered in Starz on January 22, 2010 and concluded on April 12, 2013. The fiction series was inspired by the historical figure of Spartacus, a Thracian gladiator who from 73 to 71 BC led a major slave revolt against the Roman Republic, departing from Capua. Executive producers Steven S. DeKnight and Robert Tapert concentrated on structuring the events of Spartacus' dark early life, which preceded the beginning of historical records. All for series

The Legend of Hercules (2014)

     The Legend of Hercules (formerly known as Hercules: The Legend Begins and Hercules 3D) is a 2014 American fantasy and action film directed by Renny Harlin and co-written by Harlin with Daniel Giat, Giulio Steve and Sean Hood. The film stars Kellan Lutz, Gaia Weiss, Scott Adkins, Roxanne McKee and Liam Garrigan. It was released the same year as another adaptation of the Hercules myth, starring Dwayne Johnson.


     The film has some actors from the Spartacus series, including Spartacus himself! But not our dear Andy, but Liam, do you remember him? (3rd and 4th season). He is loved by a few and hated by many (since the overwhelming majority of fans would have liked to see Andy finish the series). There is also the dear gladiator "Fisherman" Gnaeus, although he makes only a small part in the film, it makes us feel an incredible nostalgia since he plays the same role in the film and in the series.


     Who knows Yuri Boyka, played by Skott Adkins? He is famous for being the most complete fighter in the world and has made appearances in hundreds of films such as the street fighter, along with actor Michael Jai White.So, it is expected that the film has good fight scenes ... And it has!


     Just as the Spartacus series often makes us feel contemptuous as in the case of Ashur, Lucretia, Ilithya and Tiberius; the film also makes us have this same feeling for this guy here:


     Remember that woman named Fábia, in Season 4 of Spartacus? Where is your brother desperate, crying for her? Yeah, does she have a twin sister? Gaia Weiss is the girl who looks like her.


     The most important thing in a film is certainly the story! This film, evidently despite being a low-cost film, leaves nothing to be desired in history ... Hercules is wronged by his king and together with the actor of spartacus (who is the captain of the army) they are sent to their deaths, because his brother has the desire to marry the woman of Hercules, but as expected, they survive and come back for revenge! In fact, again the spartacus wife dies. Do you believe that?


     Caution! There is the same film called "Hércules" and it was also made in 2014! But the film is from The Rock and has a totally different story ... Maybe that's why "The legend of Hercules" was a box office failure. I would hardly win a high-cost movie with mega-famous actors ... But anyway, it's worth watching!

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