He’s finally got cred. In Season 1 of the Starz hit Spartacus, the titular hero rallied his fellow slaves and led a gut-splattering revolt against his oppressive master. By Season 2, this band of rebels had grown so strong that they brought down an entire coliseum full of Romans, leaving mass casualties and a mountain of rubble. Still, Spartacus was nothing more than a local problem, a mere blip on the government’s radar. That changes wildly when the swords-and-skin series returns for its final season, Spartacus: War of the Damned.
“We jump ahead several months, to a point in the story where Spartacus is not just winning against the Roman Republic — he’s winning big,” says Liam McIntyre, who inherited the lead role originated by the late Andy Whitfield. “Spartacus now has an army of thousands — there are historical accounts that claim it was upward of 120,000 — and they have some of Rome’s biggest military leaders on the run. There’s no choice but to take him seriously now. It’s time to call in the top guns.”
That would be Marcus Crassus …
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