Watch This ‘Ides Of March’ Clip For ‘Spartacus: War of the Damned’
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Beware the Ides of March

It’s March 15, a day you should watch your back, especially if you’re Julius Caesar!

If you’re watching the Starz series Spartacus: War of the Damned, then you know that Caesar (played by Todd Lasance) has a role in this season, the show’s final one. From what I’ve heard, on tonight’s episode, titled “Mors Indecepta,” fans will want to see what may happened to the famed Gaius Julius Caesar as he continues his battle against Spartacus and the rebels.

Check out the Caesar-themed Spartacus: War of the Damned clip here below called “Ides Of March,” which contains some spoilery action from future episodes. “Mors Indecepta” airs tonight at 9pm ET/PT on Starz and will replay at 10pm and 11pm, as well as several more times this week (list of air dates and times here below).

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Spoiler Talk: The Ides of March

Judging by the literal handful of people at the screening I attended, The Ides of March will disappear from theaters faster than Ryan Gosling’s last movie Drive. No doubt to make room for The Thing remake/prequel/whatever (I put gun to my head) or the WTeffingF Footloose remake (I pull trigger) due to infect theaters next week.

Too bad. Because The Ides of March asks the eternal question “To what benefit man inherit the Earth if he were to lose his…” yada, yada. Like you care.

See it because it has Ryan Gosling (again) and Paul Giamatti, along with Academy Award winners George Clooney, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Marisa Tomei all at the top of their game. In that way it’s a lot like last month’s Contagion sporting its Oscar-studded cast, except this time the disease is… power. That was deep.

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