Clash of the Titans
As always seems to be the case, if you want spoilers on the hottest movies today, you need to have your eyes on the world of plastic!
Various sites including AICN and HitFlix scored themselves an early look at some truly basass teaser posters for Louis Leterrier's version of the creature-laden classic Clash of the Titans, but as expected, they were yanked. But that hasn't stopped fans from posting and reposting them everywhere.
After the success of the God of War franchise, it seemed only a matter of time until game developers cracked open the books of Greek mythology searching for more source material. How surprising is it, then, to read of a Clash of the Titans game heading to your console next year? Answer: Not very.
We don't know about you guys, but one remake we're completely on board for is Louis Leterrier's version of the creature-laden classic Clash of the Titans. Sure it's gonna be missing that stop-motion Harryhausen charm the original had, but the story is so timeless that an update with current day effects work could be pretty interesting. Ready for a peek?
It's not much, but as a nice counterpoint to the action shots of Sam Worthington as Perseus that popped up online recently, we now present Gemma Arterton as the priestess Io in Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans redux.
Now this is how we like to wrap up a Friday! One remake that I'm actually looking forward to is Louis Leterrier's version of the creature-laden classic Clash of the Titans, which is filming as we speak. To take us into the weekend, we now present to you another, much more badass still of Sam Worthington as Perseus. ROCK! Special Features
Most everyone seems to agree that Sam Worthington was the best thing about the recent Terminator: Salvation so there's little doubt he'll be able to hold his own against such heavy hitters as Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes in Warner Brothers' upcoming retelling of the Perseus myth, Clash of the Titans.
The first pictures from the set of Louis Leterrier's remake of Clash of the Titans surfaced online today and though it's nothing too exciting it still gets us all steamy with anticipation!
For my money, the best part of 30 Days of Night was vamp leader Marlow, portrayed by Danny Huston, even though he was sadly under-utilized. Hopefully Huston will get a little bit more screen in his upcoming role as Poseidon in the Clash of the Titans remake.
One remake I am absolutely stoked about is Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans for Warner Bros. Why? Because Greek mythology is loaded with monsters, badass sword fights, scantily clad babes, and yes -- more monsters!
Okay, so I will be the first to admit that I am getting kind of tired of the endless remake films that seems to be plaguing Hollywood these days. However, I must say that I am a little more than intrigued by the Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures remake of the1981 legendary classic Clash of the Titans.
The remake of Clash of the Titans is still a go, no matter how much voodoo and black/white magic I dabble in to make it go away. Damn you, forces of darkness, why won’t you do my bidding?
No matter where you are right now, I’m sure you can hear the sound of the damned crying out in fear as their toasty, warm home for a millennia becomes colder and colder by the second; yes, dear readers, hell has frozen over. Why?
To readers of this site, Ray Harryhausen needs no introduction. Not only have we been weaned on his incredible fantasy films like Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans, but many of