Sam Worthington is Making Sure Clash of the Titans 2 is 'Fun'
I know, I know, not many of you want to hear about Clash of the Titans 2, especially now that Predators is in theaters and Inception is right around the corner. But we've got an update from Sam Worthington that's pretty "fun" to hear, so I thought I'd cover this briefly. Worthington spoke with ComingSoon recently about the Clash of the Titans sequel, supposedly to be directed by Jonathan Liebesman, and promised that it will be shot in 3D. "[It] will be 3D this time… shot in 3D. Do put that in and make them f--king aware," he says. "In regards to the conversion, I'm a Jim Cameron boy, so people know my opinions." But that's not all!
Worthington also talks about how his input is helping them craft a much more "fun" movie this time around.
"When I read Clash 2, they came to me the other day. I said, 'I kinda dig where it's going, but can we make the character more of this? Can we make it more of that? Can I get to play a lot more and get involved and have a lot more f--king fun than just being a young man who has to stand there and look pretty?' I'm sick of doing that, so it's kind of a case of, 'How do we make Perseus a lot more fun?' So we're sort of shaping it down that track. And Warner Bros. has been nice enough to give us a bit on input."
Well, I hope that good thing, but I guess we won't know until this hits theaters. The story for this sequel is being penned by Greg Berlanti (of "Everwood") but we're not sure who's writing the screenplay, although it's probably the same writers from the first Clash. Worthington didn't add much else, but did joke that the first movie "suddenly became a rolling, runaway train in some parts." In the same update, Worthington answered some questions about the extended cut of Avatar hitting theaters this summer and what is being added to it, but didn't really seem like he knew anything for sure (just speculation). It doesn't sound like there is much more to report about Clash of the Titans for now, but we'll keep you updated on all of these projects anyway.