Wrath of the Titans
Just hours after debuting the one-sheet and first trailer for Wrath of the Titans, we've gotten our claws into a new creature banner that's loaded with evil, evil things. Just how we like 'em! Dig it!
From what we've seen and heard so far with regard to Jonathan Liebesman's Wrath of the Titans, we've remained hopefully optimistic; and now that an official trailer is here, we'll all have a better idea of what's in store for us in this sequel that hardly anybody was clamoring for. Check it out, and let us know what you think!
The first official image from the second chapter in Warner Bros.' proposed Titans trilogy, Wrath of the Titans, has appeared in this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly, and it features your first look at a far more gruff Sam Worthington as Perseus, son of Zeus.
Yes, the remake of Clash of the Titans was pretty terrible, and we've gotten some really big promises for its upcoming sequel, but we have to admit we're kind of surprised by this latest bit of news. A third film in the now franchise is already in the works.
We're all hoping and praying the team of Sam Worthington and director Jonathan Liebesman can correct the wrongs of the rather flaccid Clash of the Titans remake with its sequel, Wrath of the Titans. While there isn't much to go on yet except for their word, one Spanish website nailed down some set imagery.
Several name actors that we already knew were in negotiations to join Jonathan Liebesman's Wrath of the Titans have now been confirmed, and we have to say that the sequel is shaping up nicely!
Looks like we'll be getting the sequel to the abysmal Clash of the Titans remake a little later than expected. Who cares as long as they get it right this time.
Know what's refreshing? When you get a good vibe off of someone who's working hard to make the best movie they possibly can, because they honestly know what they're doing and understand where things have gone wrong in the past. I speak of Wrath of the Titans director Jonathan Liebesman.
Having seen the tepid Clash of the Titans remake for the first and only time a few months ago, I am reaching to recall anything about it. I realize I'm hardly alone in my lukewarm response to the big-budget mediocrity that Warner Bros.
Everyone, including star Sam Worthington, is well aware of what a major missed opportunity the recent Clash of the Titans turned out to be, and it looks like the powers-that-be are doing everything they can to make sure its sequel, Wrath of the Titans, doesn't follow suit, including lining up some major star power for it. Read on for who is currently in talks for the project.
Seems that Mark Wahlberg isn't the only one who's not afraid to admit he was involved in a stinker. Yep, the Clash of the Titans remake kind of sucked, and star Sam Worthington knows it.
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.