Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and Kings has been banned in Egypt and Morocco, "after the country's head of censorship objected to a number of 'historical inaccuracies' in the epic Biblical tale," Deadline reports. Egypt also banned Darren Aronofsky's Noah earlier this year, at the behest of religious authorities.
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Whoa, Ridley Scott's Moses story Exodus: Gods and Kings is intense. Really intense. Where in the Bible does Ramses try and cut Moses' sister's hand off with a sword? Intense.
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Ridley Scott's Christian-Bale-as-Moses epic Exodus: Gods and Kings won't be out until December, but he's already working on another Old Testament story: King David. So we're forced to wonder: Are Biblical epics officially back?
So Ridley Scott decided to cast a dude named Christian to play Jewish superhero Moses in his movie Exodus: Gods and Kings. But if this trailer is any indication, at least the movie won't be deviating from the original book when it comes to showing us the ten badass plagues.
The more we see of Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and Kings, the more excited we get. But maaaaybe not for the same reasons we're excited for other things. This movie looks ridiculous in all the best ways, and the posters are not helping.
Here it is the first-ever look at Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and Kings, which looks absolutely bonkers. Christian Bale is Moses; Sigourney Weaver is his fake mom and Joel Edgerton is Rameses, which is good because as we all know Rameses was Australian.