Liam Neeson back as Zeus in 'Clash of the Titans' sequel

Hold on to your thunder bolts. Liam Neeson’s rep confirms that the actor will reprise his role as the God of sky and thunder in the upcoming Clash of the Titans sequel, Wrath of the Titans. In an interview with the Belfast Telegraph, Neeson promised that the sequel to the critically panned Clash will have “some kick-a** stuff and a very human story to it … it’s a whole revamping, you know.” Production is scheduled to begin in the spring 2011.

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  • megan

    Oh for goodness sake, why?! The first one last year was so silly!

    • KS


      • vodkahead

        Yes, indeed. Liam Neeson’s “RELEASE THE KRAKEN!!” line was one of the few highlights of the film. I’ll grab it on Bluray when it comes out. No point going to the theatre for this.

      • The Truth

        Your willing to spend more on the blue ray for a movie your not interested in than a theater ticket? Why not wait until its on TV?

      • Stacie

        Try it with different audio. It’s just as fun in Spanish!

      • vodkahead

        @ The Truth : simply because even if it’s broadcast in 1080i on TV, the image and sound quality on the Bluray will be superior. Not to mention special features.

    • ?????

      I loved it. I don’t know why people hated it so much. I’ve seen worse movies. It was fun.

      • TweedleV

        I loved it too. I thought it was awsm.

  • Barry

    Hopefully, they will actually film this 1 in 3D & not convert it after filming.

  • mary q contrary

    Oh my god, why?! The one they released last year was bad enough. Jesus. Also it reminded me that although people are going nuts for her, that Gemma Arterton has horrible taste in roles. I don’t give a crap how much money you’re making. When you start making a name for yourself in crap like Clash of the Titans and Prince of Persia, you’re actually digging a hole that’s kind of hard to get out of.

    • vodkahead

      Yes, but that hole gradually gets filled with money…

    • sunsetsnow81

      I agree with you about Arterton, she is going down the road of Nic Cage. She’s actually really good if you watch other low budget movies she has been in. She needs to be careful and more selective in her choices.

  • whatevs

    Didn’t the last one perform well below expectations? I thought it was considered a bomb.

    • Will

      Definitely not man. Critics hated it but it raked in the cash.

  • ethan

    Neeson is turning into even more of a whore than Olivier was in his final years. Is there any role this dude won’t turn down? Seriously. “The A-Team,” “After.Life,” “Chloe,”
    “Titans 1,” “Next 3 Days,” that upcoming thriller with January Jones…geez! What’s worse is that most of those movies really sucked.

    • Jay

      I actually LIKED him in A-Team.
      Not exactly a “quality” role, but a decent action flick and he did well in it

  • Walrus

    Why are they making a sequel to a critically drubbed remake?

    Production Budget: $125 million
    Domestic Gross: $163,214,888 33.1%
    + Foreign: $330,000,105 66.9%
    = Worldwide: $493,214,993

  • Jason

    Who cares what the critics say, about any movie? I watch any movie they pan and am usually glad I did. I didn’t really enjoy Clash but watched it because Liam Neeson was in it. He is one of the greatest actors we have left.

  • Kebert Xela

    Release The Krappen!!!

  • Nick

    I don’t really understand all the derision. Sure, I like blue ribbon quality cinema as much as the next person, but there was nothing that offensive about the remake. Sure, it didn’t break new ground, but it was a solid piece of entertainment. Plus, I think there a lot of stories that can still be mined from mythology, and I think it would be great if this opened up those possibilities.

  • Casey

    I thought the first one was a pretty good movie.

  • gina

    The first one was such a disappointment. I fell asleep. I’m still baffled at how bad this movie was when it had so much going for it on paper. I’ll wait for the second one to come out on Netflix.

  • Stacie

    Two words: Sam Worthington. Another two words: seeing it.

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