300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE Moved Off Warner Bros.' Release Schedule?
Despite being slated for a late summer debut, a fairly reliable site says that Warner Bros.' 300 sequel/prequel is no longer on the studio's schedule and will not be released on its original date. Hit the jump for more.
Despite undergoing production last summer and being slated for an August 2nd debut, news has been very quiet for Warner Bros.' upcoming sequel/prequel 300: Rise Of An Empire. We have yet to receive a trailer, let alone any posters or official stills from the movie, which is rather unusual for a follow-up to a very successful film for WB. A teaser was rumored to be attached to G.I. Joe: Retaliation (which hits March 29th), but that was never officially confirmed. Now, according to Stark Industries, the film is no longer set for an August 2nd release. If this is the case, then 300: Rise Of An Empire (which stars Rodrigo Santoro and Eva Green) will most likely be dated for a later release at some point. Are you disappointed at the possibility of seeing the film later than expected?
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