Attila the Hun, fabled leader of a band of nomadic warriors who fearlessly took on the might of the Roman Empire, has his life story brought to the screen in this two-part miniseries. Attila (Gerard Butler) raised an army from the people of Caspia, and in time created a fighting force so strong that they received an annual tribute from the leaders of Rome as an inducement not to attack. Not all Romans were happy with this situation, and in time it was decided that General Aetius (Powers Boothe), a brave yet unscrupulous leader who attempted to usurp the rule of Empress Placidia (Alice Krige), was the only man who could confront Attila on his own terms. Aetius recognized Attila's skills as a leader, and decided the best way to prevent him from invading Rome was to lead him into an alliance, as Rome and the Huns joined forces against a third nation. But despite their mutual respect, it soo...

Attila - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2001-01-31

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Attila is an American metalcore band from Atlanta, Georgia, formed in 2005. They have released seven full length albums. Though their original formation was in 2005, the band did not start touring full-time until around 2010. Their most successful album, About That Life, was produced by Joey Sturgis, released on June 25, 2013, and debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at number 22. Attila has toured across the United States with bands such as Hed PE, Arsonists Get All the Girls, See You Next Tuesday, Insane Clown Posse, Emmure, Chelsea Grin, The Agonist, Oceano, Falling in Reverse, and Metro Station.

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In 2011, Fronzak was featured in the From the Embrace song “La Flama Blanca”, which appeared on the band's The Grind EP. In 2012, Fronzak was featured in the In Dying Arms song “Bathed in Salt”, which appeared on the band's album Boundaries, released in September 2012. He also featured in the song “Love, Sex, Riot” from Issues' debut EP Black Diamonds, which was released on November 13. Fronzak was also featured in the We Are the Blog! song “Shwash” in their EP Decadence. Fronzak featured in “Mimic” from Upon a Burning Body's 2012 album, Red.White.Green. He also featured in My City, My Secret's song “The Forefront”, in their debut EP Dream Being. In 2013, Fronz was also featured in Sleeping With Sirens song “The Best There Ever Was” off their third album, Feel. On December 11, 2013, it was announced that Fronzak would be heading into the studio in the following month to begin recording a hip-hop album. On April 1, 2014, he released his first song, entitled “Turn It Up”, under the stage name Fronzilla as part of his hip-hop side project. Another single, “They Still Talk”, was released in March 2015, along with the announcement of the album. The album, Party People's Anthem, was released on July 2, 2015 under Artery Recordings. On July 16, 2014, Fronzak launched the imprint label Stay Sick Records, created alongside Artery Recordings, and announced that the label had signed pop-punk band Old Again. The band has since signed metalcore outfit The Plot in You, deathcore band Enterprise Earth, electronicore band It Lives It Breathes, and post-hardcore/metalcore band Vesta Collide.

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