Saturday, June 12, 2010

"CLASH OF THE TITANS" SEQUEL TO START SHOOTING NEXT JANUARY

We've expected this one as well - this year's epic blockbuster "Clash of the Titans" is officially getting a sequel which will start with the production next January. "Clash of the Titans" has earned almost half billion $ worldwide since it premiered in cinemas this Spring and now the studio is searching for the new director for the sequel since most people believe that Louis Leterrier didn't prove himself behind the helm of this year's movie with his direction possibly being the weakest part of the whole project. The sequel is going to be 3D and the production should start as soon as the main star Sam Worthington finishes "Avatar 2", which shoots later this year. The script will be written by Dan Mazeau and David Johnson (currently working on "Flash" and "Red Riding Hood").

10 comments:

  1. Aarrgghh ! I was hoping they wouldn't bother.

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  2. well you don't have to clash with them if you don't want to, Ricky :PP

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  3. why? Because it made half billion and is still running :)

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  4. After the disappointing original, I'm not overly excited about its sequel.

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  5. maybe a new director could correct the mistakes...

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  6. I didn't mind the original, but I saw it in 3D which was pointless because only the credits seemed to be three dimensional! What was up with THAT!?

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  7. When you make a sequel to a terrible movie, does the sequel gets even worse or can it get better?

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  8. @Phylly3
    it wasn't made 3D but was converted later on.

    @Castor
    glad to see you enthusiastic as always.

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  9. Maybe the problem wasn't in director, but in over-simplified script?

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