Movie Exodus: Gods and Kings (Story of Moses) starring Jesse Pinkman w/Christian Bale & Joel Edgerton

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His name is Moses Yo!!!!

Breaking Bad’ Star Aaron Paul Joins Christian Bale in Moses Biblical Drama ‘Exodus’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul, Sigourney Weaver and John Turturrohave been tapped to join the cast of Fox’s Moses pic “Exodus,” starring Christian Bale.

Paul is still in negotiations while Weaver and Turturro’s deals are closed.

Ridley Scott is directing the epic drama with Peter Chernin producing for his Chernin Entertainment banner as well as Steve Zaillian and Garrett Basch through their Film Rites shingle.

Paul will play the Hebrew slave Joshua who goes on to lead the people onto the promised land after Moses.

Weaver and Turturro will portray the parents of the pharoah Ramses, which will be played by Joel Edgerton.

Zaillian (“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”) is also penning the script. The plan is for a September start date, with production traveling to England, Spain and Morocco.

Paul can currently be see on the last season of “Breaking Bad” and can be seen in theaters next in DreamWorks’ “Need For Speed.” He is repped by UTA and Leverage Management.

Weaver, who is also repped by UTA, was last seen on USA’s “Political Animals.” Turturro recently wrapped production on “Fading Gigolo,” which he wrote, directed and stars in along with Woody Allen. He is repped by ICM Partners.

 

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Don't you mean "Starring Batman and Pinkman"?
 

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DUH-NU-NUNANUNANUNANUNANUNAUANU MOSES!!!



Edit: see because he's batman and he looks like Samurai batman and stuff

 
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That's bizarre and terrible. At least promote it's Ridley Scott directing it. Regardless of what you think of his latest work, his name does lend credibility to the project and not make it look like Hercules/The Original Legend of Hercules.
 
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"We ..BUURRRAAHHH.. gotta get...we gotta go to the red sea Morty! We gotta lead the jews Morty!"
 

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Lookin' awfully white there, Egyptian Hebrew Moses. Hollywood just fucking sucks.
 

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Will he do the batman voice for no apparent reason?
 

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I look forward to seeing the director's cut of this. Because we all know that Ridley Scott can't tell an interesting story in a theatrical release.
 

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Because he's the Jew Egypt deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we'll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he's not our hebrew. He's a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A Dark Kike.
 

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Jews had Armor like the Apes in the horrible Planet of the Apes? That's racist!!!!
 

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Jews had Armor like the Apes in the horrible Planet of the Apes? That's racist!!!!
Form fitting casual armor was very popular in the classical age.
 

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Big New Trailer with Scott in Super Kingdom of Heaven mode


It looks genuinely epic, but H. Jon Benjamin as the voice of the Burning Bush really seems strange to me.
 
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Moses: "God is forcefully coming!"
Burning Bush: *snickering* "Phrasing."
 
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Okay, Paul is playing Joshua, not Moses, so "Let my people go, bitch!" won't work.

Since it's Bale, I'll come up with, "You just come walking down the Red Sea, da de da de da!"
 

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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-30605059
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Egypt bans 'inaccurate' Exodus film

Joel Edgerton and Christian Bale Joel Edgerton and Christian Bale play Ramses and Moses respectively in the film

Egypt has banned a Hollywood film based on the Biblical book of Exodus because of what censors described as "historical inaccuracies".

The head of the censorship board said these included the film's depiction of Jews as having built the Pyramids, and that an earthquake, not a miracle by Moses, caused the Red Sea to part.

Exodus: Gods and Kings stars Christian Bale as Moses.

There have also been reports that the film is banned in Morocco.

Although the state-run Moroccan Cinema Centre (CCM) had given the film the green light, Moroccan business website Medias24.com said that officials had decided to ban the movie from being screened the day before its premiere.

According to the book of Exodus, Jewish slaves were led to freedom by Moses after God inflicted a series of plagues on Egypt.

The Pyramids are believed to have been built about 1,000 years before the story of the Exodus.

The Biblical story tells how the Red Sea was parted by a miracle performed by God through Moses, allowing the Jewish people to escape from the pursuing Egyptian army.

Exodus: Gods and Kings, which cost a reported $140m (£89m) to make, took $24.5m on its debut weekend.
This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The biblical epic has had mixed reviews and has had smaller takings than rival films on its opening weekend
Mixed reviews

The Biblical epic overtook the third instalment of The Hunger Games, following three weeks at number one. However, it has had mixed reviews.

Time called it a "cinematically uninspired retelling of the Moses story", Vulture said it was "as uneven as Ridley Scott's career", while the New York Times described it as "both woefully insufficient and much too much".

The film's opening fell well short of other modern Biblical films, including Darren Aronofsky's Noah which took $43.7m on its opening weekend in March and 2004's The Passion of the Christ, which took $83.3m.