The movie “300,” which was released in 2006, is one of the best epic movies of Hollywood.
There are very few epic movies, whose sequels are going to be released in future and 300 is also one of them. The 2nd part of this movie franchise, 300: Rise of an Empire, was released in 2014 and collected huge profit at box-office. It didn’t collect more than the 1st part, but managed to collect large amount at box-office
The reason for low collection of this movie might be because the main protagonist, remained alive in the end, while in the 1st part, the main protagonist died, or audience didn’t accept the death of Leonidas (Gerard Butler), King of Sparta, and wanted to see him again in the 2nd part.
The 1st part of this movie was based on the comic series, 300, which is written by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley, whereas, the 2nd part of this franchise was based on another unreleased novel of Frank Miller, Xerxes.
After 2 parts of this movie franchise, audience is waiting for the next installm…
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