The Rock lays the mythological smackdown in new Hercules trailer

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When it comes to Hollywood badassery I’m most excited about here in 2014, few flicks match up to Hercules — starring none other than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Directed by Brett Ratner, and co-starring John Hurt, Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell and Joseph Fiennes, the movie looks leagues better than the disappointing Legends of Hercules film released earlier this year. The new trailer contains some great (if potentially spoiler-filled) moments: showing Hercules face off against all manner of mythological nasties, in addition to a PETA-baiting scene in which he kills an attacking lion and makes a stylish hat out of him.

It was all clearly enough to pump up The Rock as he tweeted the following prior to its release:

Are you excited about Hercules? Drop us your thoughts in the comments box below.

The Rock lays the mythological smackdown in new Hercules trailer

  • http://www.ahles.nl/ Patrick Ahles

    I thought this was Cult of Mac?

  • http://socialparkmedia.com houstonmacbro

    I’m psyched. After the disappointing Godzilla and X-Men (which was better than the previous one), I wanna see a hero that can kick some butt!

  • Benjamin Ferguson

    Why is this on here? If I wanted to read about movie news I would visit a site that specializes in movie news. This is supposed to be an Apple site. Is the Rock using an Apple product in the trailer? I’m confused CoM, why are you including this crap on your site?

  • San Diego Dave

    Fellas, fellas…this makes perfect sense. After this film under-performs and speeds out of theaters, it will be available on iTunes and you can watch it on your iPad. See? Totally relevant!

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