First Look: Liam Neeson as Zeus in Clash of the Titans & More

October 2, 2009
Source:, Empire

Liam Neeson in Clash of the Titans

A lot of new photos from Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans seem to be hitting this weekend. A few days ago we wrote about Empire's new cover photo with Sam Worthington as Perseus. Earlier today, Empire released another batch of high res photos featuring Worthington and some odd mythological creatures (who the heck is that big guy standing next to him?). Additionally, Entertainment Weekly debuted more photos, including our first photo of Liam Neeson as Zeus standing in his fortress up on Mt. Olympus (which looks much like the original). Anyway, check out these photos and stay tuned for a trailer soon (or so we hope).

Clash of the Titans Photos

Clash of the Titans Photos

Clash of the Titans Photos

Clash of the Titans Photos

Clash of the Titans Photos

Born of a god but raised as a man, Perseus (Sam Worthington) is helpless to save his family from Hades (Ralph Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld. With nothing left to lose, Perseus volunteers to lead a mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Liam Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate and create his own destiny. Louis Leterrier is directing from a script by Lawrence Kasdan (Raiders of the Lost Ark).

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not a single Toga... thus far... I'm becoming concerned.

NaSayer on Oct 2, 2009


the only scene I recognize is the three witches with no eyes, looks good, love the pics

bo on Oct 2, 2009


Bring back stop-motion Zeus!

siestachair on Oct 3, 2009


Okay, this is a step in the right direction. Liking the art design.

shadow on Oct 3, 2009


dudes.... THAT OUTFIT IS ACE!!! this movie is gonna crack skulls come next year!!!

teyhtr on Oct 3, 2009


#1 welcome to the year 2009 where technology and budget has become advanced

nelson on Oct 3, 2009


Sam Rocks big time and this movie looks awesome, would love to see a trailer or a teaser even ASAP.

Fisherr on Oct 3, 2009


Zeus looks like a character from that anime saint seiya. Anyone?

bltzie on Oct 3, 2009


Liam Neeson looks badass as Zeus.

Ryan on Oct 3, 2009


Liam Neeson could be badass playing the Easter bunny. Really looking forward to this.

Curtis G on Oct 3, 2009


i agree with #10.

beavis on Oct 3, 2009


Can't wait for pics of the Kraken and Medusa! This is going to be awesome.

Chev Chelios on Oct 3, 2009


looks like it could be awesome!

Shuriken on Oct 3, 2009


Zeus is the ultimate ass-kicker. Liam Neeson will do him justice.

SlashBeast on Oct 3, 2009


It's hard to see Perseus with a crew cut. I'm not diggin that aspect of it

Dan W on Oct 3, 2009


Better than expected.

Dreckent on Oct 3, 2009


I get a total Saint Seiya vibe from Zeus. Sweet.

James on Oct 3, 2009



Bladerunner 2 on Oct 3, 2009


@12 & 16 Actually short cropped hair was very much the style of the time. It was a sign of wealth. Without shampoo and only oils and botanicals, wearing it short was far easier to keep it clean and free of gritters. It was also part of the Royal Centurion code. Wearing of long hair only became fashionable during the middle and dark ages. This is why we see long hair in paintings of the day. In fact many paintings feature Christ with long hair, but writings of the day describe him with short cropped hair. He also had dark skin but you don't see that in paintings either. Go figure~

Bryanmakeup on Oct 3, 2009


oh gotta love the fates

Kevin on Oct 3, 2009



xerxex on Oct 3, 2009


To NaSayer....don't expect togas as they are fashion from the Roman era. Clash of the Titans is Greek. DO expect very diaphanous dresses roped to women and - as you can see - men in loincloths/leg wraps and chiseled armour! 😀

mythos on Oct 3, 2009


LIAM is a tough guy considering all he's been through...god bless the man!

esophus on Oct 3, 2009


This is going to be phenominal, I can't wait!

Nick Sears on Oct 3, 2009


Ahh! I'm so happy they're filming the god things as well. I love the map on the floor. I can't wait to see Neeson and everybody else in what seems to be a really cool "Clash of the Titans" with more grittiness to it.

JPCaetano on Oct 3, 2009


TOGAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! TOGA! TOGA! TOGA! TOGA! I agree with #1; bring back the togas. Zeus loves it when a plan comes together.

Dave Lister, JMC on Oct 3, 2009


This looks so awesome. I wasn't too excited before, but after seeing these photos... damn.

James on Oct 3, 2009


Looking good so far! Liam Neeson will rock his role, as usual. Sam is a pretty good actor! These pics are pretty awesome! I'm sure we'll still see a few togas scattered throughout the flick, worn by the extras---I'm sure!

Spider on Oct 3, 2009


With the positive comments. This is looking great so far. Hope the writing is up to scratch too.

snickers on Oct 3, 2009


Why the hell didn't I know that Lawrence Kasdan was doing the screenplay?! From wearing down the Betamax tape as a kid, this seems to be gathering steam as a worthy successor.

bozo on Oct 4, 2009


@31 well said and good point. As far Hollywood is concerned it seems to pick styles of hair, makeup and for that matter, costuming that are similar to the time in question but don't inter fear with the hot factor of the talent. And many times reflected more so the styles of the current day with a hint of history. For instance, if Titians had been done years before by Demille or one of his contemporaries any type of long hair on a man would be out of the question. Considered inappropriate for the time. The idea of being historically accurate and or even unattractive for the part is relatively a new idea. Not too long ago the idea of an actor spending months to a year getting in shape and or train to the part was unheard of. They would leave all that stuff up to the stunt man. Which sometimes led to humorous cuts between a slightly out of shape Lead, to a very in shape stunt player. But these days audiences what to see them doing as much of those things as possible. Which in turn has heightened the desire for realism and accuracy. Which in turn just makes what we see on screen even more fun. I know these are things most people don't think about but for me it's my living to do so and quite fun at that! Cheers.

Bryanmakeup on Oct 4, 2009


@32 and Alex - Where does Lawrence Kasdan's name come from? IMDb doesn't list him in any of the writing credits. If he is onboard, then great, he's one of my favorite movie writers (Dreamcatcher excepted).

snickers on Oct 5, 2009


great photo's like to know what that creature behind peresus is in photo 2.

zetsu on Oct 5, 2009



david on Oct 5, 2009


this......may work. im not sure.

Al on Oct 5, 2009


Did we want to see that pic? The less suprises the better!

wHiskey Tango... on Oct 6, 2009


Hades, vengeful god of the Underworld? Trying to take over Olympus? What myths are *you* reading? About the only time Hades did anything except sit in the Underworld and rule is when he stole Persephone to be his wife. And he acquiesced when Zeus told him to give her back (not his fault Persephone ate the fruit of the dead). Also, Hades doesn't send people to the underworld. Thanatos, the god of *death* (not 'the dead') does that. And Hades will sometimes even let people go from his realm if the seeker pleases him enough (see: Orpheus). And he rules *all* the Underworld, not just Tartarus where the deserving get horrible judgement. Yes, some people even went to the Elysium Fields. Way to fail classics, guys.

Caite on Oct 13, 2009


Great!! Sam Worthington along with Liam Neeson will rock!!! Sam did a great job in AVATAR and will kick ass in Clash of the Titans, love to see two great actors playing together in a great film!!

George on Mar 22, 2010

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