Such high-flying battles. Was gravity not yet invented in ancient Greece? [post-album postid="203183" item="5"]Ryan Seacrest posted video of shirtless men on his official website and I encourage you to watch. I should also mention that the video in question is a new trailer for Tarsem Singh's Immortals. This time around we get a good explanation as to why everyone is jumping in slow motion and hitting one another with swords. It turns out that Mickey Rourke's evil King Hyperion wants to overthrow the Gods but cannot do so without a magica weapon (naturally). He rampages through and overturns all of Greece, village by village, in an attempt to find it. That's when Freida Pinto's Oracle has a vision that Henry Cavill would be really good at saving the day. That, of course, forces Rourke to unleash the "dytans" or "titans." I don't know. He was mumbling. I just know that it lacked the passion that Liam Neeson had while releasing the Kraken. And on a side note, we need to be careful. Between this and Game Of Thrones, we're pretty much daring Seltzer and Friedberg to make a Meet The Spartans sequel.