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Liam Neeson Talks Clash of the Titans Sequel – Wrath of the Titans

Disappointed by last year’s tepid Clash of the Titans? Yeah, we were too. How that formula got botched so badly is anyone’s guess, but Hollywood is looking to make up for it with the sequel, Wrath of the Titans.

The Belfast Telegraph caught up with Zeus himself, Liam Neeson, who had the following to offer hopeful fans:

I’ve only read half of the script and there is still some work being done – they’re on script 10 – but I think it’s going to be some kick-ass stuff and a very human story to it,” says Neeson. “We will start next March. I’m very much looking forward to it. It’s a whole revamping, you know.”

Word is still out on whether or not the Jonathan Liebesman directed movie would be filmed in 3D. Sam Worthington (Perseus), Gemma Arterton (Io) and Ralph Fiennes (Hades) are attached to the sequel, and James Franco reportedly in talks to play Poseidon’s son Agenor and Javier Bardem as Ares, god of war.

Wrath of the Titans has a tentative release date of spring 2012.

Liam Neeson Talks Clash of the Titans Sequel - Wrath of the Titans

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4 Comments

  1. Fool me once, shame on you, Fool me twice, FUCK YOU.

    Clash of the Titans is on par with Friday the 13th. How anyone can fuck these remakes up is beyond me…

  2. While the first one in NO WAY met the standards of the original, it might prove to be a decent starting point to an original sequel.

    And adding Bardem as Ares would automatically give it points, although Chris Walken or Pacino would have kicked copious amounts of ass as well.

  3. Man, I really hope this is at least a little better than the first one.
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