It would be really cool. But it should be a better film than both Clash and Wrath. What should it be about? Should it start from the beginning? Why not? Imagine a film where we will see the world being created. From the sea of chaos a piece of land raises. It turns out to be Egypt. Ra enters the scene, and shines all over the "world". At night time he fights the monster creature Apophis, with help from Bast and Set. Ra is the king of the gods, as well as the first pharao of Egypt. He's praised by humans. Ages passes by, and nothing really interesting happens. Ra grows older. It's time for a new era in Egypt, and take away the old ways. But the change of power isn't happening in the best of ways. Isis gains control of Ra, and he's forced to leave against his will. Along comes the new king of the gods and the new pharao, the guy who's both Isis' brother and her husband. His name is Osiris, and I think it's best we leave any analyzis of the incestious egyptian gods. Set sets out to avenge Ra. He kills Osiris and scatters his body all over Egypt, only to take the rule himself. Nephthys and Isis make the body complete again. Anubis enbalms the now dead god and the first mummy ever is created. Osiris is resurrected in the underworld, as the god of the dead. Then we have the fight for power between Set and Horus, the heir to the throne. Here we have a lot of story material to use. But as I know a little about Hollywood's way of thinking, the film will only focus at the Horus/Set war. Osiris may be mentioned briefly, perhaps appear as a cameo. But Ra will be left out completely, except during that short introduction to mythology that always is playing during opening credits in these kinds of films. I guess he will be referred to as some very old and ancient power of pre-historic times. Maybe the scriptwriters go the "Atlantis route" and make Ra into a something that is not believed to have existed for real, even a myth between the gods as well. Should the film present the gods in a sci fi way, like Stargate or Thor? Or do you prefer more fantasy and supernatural powers? Another way of doing it is by having the gods more as symbols/metaphors, or they could be vaguely hinted upon as in Troy. This would result in a more war-like sword-and-sandal adventure, where every character is a human.