Bek a mortal brave man lines up with a god named Horus in an agreement against Set, uncle of Horus, the ruthless darkness god, who seized throne of Egypt by killing his brother Osiris and father of Horus, the king of Egypt, tumbling the empire that was once flourishing and peaceful into anarchy and divergence.
- Brenton Thwaites as Bek
- Gerard Butler as Set
- Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Horus
- Chadwick Boseman as Thoth
- Élodie Yung as Hathor
- Courtney Eaton as Zaya
- Rufus Sewell as Urshu
- Geoffrey Rush as Ra
- Bryan Brown as Osiris
- Rachael Blake as Isis
The film originates in a different Egypt, where gods lives in the midst of mortals and the world is even. The Gods are notable among humans by their larger heights, capability to convert into animal-headed idol shapes and blood of gold.
Bek is a mortal robber, in love with Zaya and are going to be present at the crowning of Horus by his king and father Osiris. But, during the formal procedure Osiris is murdered by his invidious brother Set, who captures of the kingdom and announces a new system where the deceased will have to give wealth, gold and precious things to proceed into life after death. Horus battles Set in idol god form but is beaten, and through the anarchy, Bek is estranged from Zaya. Hathor, Horus’s lover pleads for his life, so Set resolves for Horus’ tearing eyes, which are the cause of his strength.
Gods of Egypt film obtains a rating of 13% on Rotten Tomatoes, depended on 102 reviews, with the rate of average 3.4 out of 10. Metacritic presents a score of 23 from 100 to the film, derived from 24 critics. Overall the movie is a total flop from ctirical reviews.
On Box Office:
According to a report of 18, March 2016 the film grossed a total of $29 million in US with the estimated budget of $140 million.