Asterix at the Olympic Games

January 25, 2008 0 By Fans
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Release Year: 2008

Rating: 4.9/10 (8,563 voted)

Frédéric Forestier

Stars: Gérard Depardieu, Clovis Cornillac, Benoît Poelvoorde

Writers: René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo


Gérard Depardieu


Clovis Cornillac


Benoît Poelvoorde


Alain Delon

Jules Cesar

Vanessa Hessler

Princesse Irina

Franck Dubosc


José Garcia


Stéphane Rousseau


Jean-Pierre Cassel


Elie Semoun


Alexandre Astier


Santiago Segura


Michael Herbig


(as Michael Bully Herbig)

Bouli Lanners


Jérôme Le Banner

Claudius Cornedurus

(as Jerôme Le Banner)


Official Website:
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Release Date: 25 January 2008

Filming Locations: Ciudad de la Luz, Alicante, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain

Box Office Details

Budget: €78,000,000


Opening Weekend: RUR 108,617,004
(3 February 2008)
(550 Screens)

Gross: $44,474
(9 March 2008)

Technical Specs


Did You Know?


Fernando Tejero was offered to play a role in the film, but he turned it down.


Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers):
Speaking of Brutus, Cesar mentions the seven plagues of Egypt. There were ten plagues.

User Review

Worst of the three

Rating: 4/10

The first one looked good but just could not get the humor right. The
second one was quite good; close to the sense of humor of Gosciny (and
Uderzo as well). So I was hoping for something good. Now the third one
is kind of terrible. The visuals are okay (yes you see the CGI but it's
not a problem in a funny movie based on comics) but almost everything
else… The humor is worse than in the first one, the movie is just too
long, the cameo-filled last ten minutes seem to be shot only for the
end credits (they just don't make sense in the movie) but somebody must
have thought they are funny enough for the movie – they are not. There
are strange parts meant to be funny (e.g. the laser sword you could see
in the advertisements – if they had to include a star wars joke again
then why not make it at least a bit funny?), even the time between
intended (forced and overplayed) gags is too long. Alain Delon is
moderately funny as Caesar but his part is also overplayed, overly
long. The new actor playing Asterix is a, as high as Obelix… b, never
as funny/witty-looking as Christian Clavier. So what could go wrong did
go wrong with this movie; maybe children will enjoy it but probably it
will be too long for them as well.