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    Clash Of The Titans 2 Moving Forward


    Because you never asked for it, and I doubt you care. The Los Angeles Times   reports Warner Bros. and production house Legendary Pictures are in talks to start shooting the sequel to Louis Letterier's remake of Clash of the Titans as early as next January with director Jonathan Liebesman as the most likely to take over.

    Clash of the Titans has grossed $486.8 million worldwide despite being an overrated piece garbage. That especially goes double for the post converted 3D version. With returning star Sam Worthington set to start filming the sequel to Avatar late next year Warner would like to have him locked for Clash first, while there's still interest in a sequel from the fans they burned with the first one.

    Apparently the sequel will be filmed in 3D this time around as opposed to the post converted crap they gave us with the very average remake that the first installment was. It has yet to be determined as to whether Liam Neeson or Ralph Fiennes will reprise their roles as Zues and Hades respectively. My guess is they're not interested, but I could be wrong.

    Reader Comments (4)

    The original was far from amazing, but the remake was down right awful. How is this seriously getting a sequel??

    06-11-2010 | Unregistered CommenterNoah

    I'll bet you anything that both zues and hades are back. I still think this was a stupid idea though

    06-11-2010 | Unregistered Commenterdave

    I thought the first one was actually really good. i didn't see it in 3D so I can;t speak for that, but it was a lot of fun.

    06-11-2010 | Unregistered CommenterRay

    It was a fun movie... not going to win an Academy Award but who cares... I enjoyed it and would probably go see a sequel (so long as both Sam & Gemma were in it).

    06-12-2010 | Unregistered CommenterDngRdr

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