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Jonathan Liebesman in the Running for Clash of the Titans Sequel





Jonathan Liebesman in the Running for Clash of the Titans SequelOkay, so the The Clash of the Titans remake was about as flaccid as a newly castrated eunuch, full of wooden performances, nonsensical fight scenes, and a plot thinner than tracing paper. Certainly they can do better with a sequel, right?

According to the LA Times the man in the lead to take the reins on the upcoming Clash sequel who will hopefully make things right again is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning director Jonathan Liebesman (pictured right).

The flick is supposed to start shooting in early 2011 so as not to conflict with star Sam Worthington's schedule as he is obliged to do a sequel for that little movie called Avatar. No word yet on whether or not this second installment will be in 3D, but if it is, let's hope everyone does the right thing by actually shooting it in 3D this time.

More soon.

- Uncle Creepy

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frank_dracman's picture

You know, Clash of the Titans wasn't really that bad. Sure, it doesn't come close to the original, but at least it was entertaining to me. I'll go on record by saying it had some of the better action scenes of recent remakes/summer blockbusters.


Submitted by frank_dracman on Fri, 06/11/2010 - 2:06pm.
Vanvance1's picture

Technically he's not a bad director.

It all hangs on the script which I doubt will be any more inspired than the last.


Submitted by Vanvance1 on Fri, 06/11/2010 - 1:52pm.
Terminal's picture

Oh man, how can they pull off a fairly decent sequel with the director of TCM: The remake of the remake?
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Submitted by Terminal on Fri, 06/11/2010 - 6:25am.

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