It looks like Rodrigo Santoro’s rising empire won’t be ready for battle until next year…
Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures’ has pushed the release date for the 37-year-old Brazilian actor’s 300: Rise Of An Empire to March 7, 2014.
The sequel to the hit film 300 was originally slated for release on August 2, 2013.
The film is taking over its official release date from the Tom Cruise-film All You Need Is Kill, which has been moved to June 6, 2014.
300: Rise Of An Empire, which sees Santoro reprise his role as Persian emperor Xerxes, will now ace off against Fox’s animated pic Mr. Peabody And Sherman.
300: Rise Of An Empire now avoids going up against Universal’s actioner 2 Guns.
The first 300, released in March 2007, earned more than $456 million worldwide.