Five Badass New Posters & Banners for Clash of the Titans!

February 5, 2010

Clash of the Titans

I thought we'd seen everything for this already! Apparently not. UGO has debuted five new incredibly badass (and gorgeous) banners and posters for Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans remake, hitting theaters (in 3D) in a little less than two months. I already really liked the original two posters they put out for this, but these are the cream of the crop. They look awesome and I'm already dying to get a few to put up on my walls for some epic decoration. The only thing is I'm not too keen on using the Kraken as center of the marketing campaign. He looks badass, but don't ruin that part of the movie by showing him too much. So take a look!

Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

Follows Perseus and his quest to battle Medusa and the Kraken in order to save the Princess Andromeda.

Clash of the Titans is directed by French filmmaker Louis Leterrier, of Unleashed, Transporter 2, and The Incredible Hulk previously. The screenplay was originally written by Lawrence Kasdan (Raiders of the Lost Ark) then later revised by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi (both of Crazy/Beautiful, The Tuxedo, Aeon Flux). This is a remake of Desmond Davis' original 1981 classic movie of the same name. Warner Brothers will be bringing Clash of the Titans to regular and 3D theaters everywhere starting on April 2nd. Still excited?

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"The Clash Begins in 3-D" umm is it just me or is that incredibly lame? So

Xerxex on Feb 5, 2010


I like them, except every time I see those creatures on the top with the hand eyeballs it feels like a ripoff of the monster from Pans Labyrinth (one of my top 3 favs). Not that this movie will be shining with originality, but some good eye-candy nonetheless.

Cody on Feb 5, 2010


@ xerxex I think so too. That tagline really kills it. But I do like last one with the kraken, that's a nice poster.

nativebadguy on Feb 5, 2010


No its not just you BTW Xerx, its testimony to studios trying to cash in on the Avatar fame. I really really hope this 3d fad dies down by the end of the year cause I cannot take anymore bullshit 3d conversion announcements.

Cody on Feb 5, 2010


These are great. I'm looking forward to this film, though I have to say I'm only going to see the 3D version to test out how well they convert it. Typically I think a 3D film should be filmed that way and not the result of post-production, but anyway, it might turn out to be pretty good just the same. Either way, awesome banners and posters!

Darren Albert on Feb 5, 2010



TediusTed on Feb 5, 2010


Is Dear John in 3d?

Ronnie Dobbs on Feb 5, 2010


why in 3D Bullshit

richard on Feb 5, 2010


#2 @ Cody. Yeah they do look really similar to the creature from Pan's Labyrinth, but they are actually a trio called the Graeae from Greek mythology. They are three sisters who have to share only one eye.

Alex T. on Feb 5, 2010


These are all a wee bit over the top for my liking.

Brandon on Feb 6, 2010


@ 3-D. Go die already. I'm sick of watching movies in 3-D, especially since it's not real 3-D just some converted crap. Even Avatar sucked in 3-D I thought. The glasses made everything too dark, so the bright vibrant world he'd created was dull and muddy through those stupid glasses. I wouldn't even care about it if they would give you an either or option. But you can't watch it in normal vision where I live. It's only in 3-D. I hate it and can't wait til the fad goes away either. And @ #7- ha ha ha ha ha!

Jedijohnson on Feb 6, 2010


I do like the one with Kracken the last one and also the the Second one from the top.:)

Cineprog on Feb 6, 2010


Sam Worthinton will rock again!!!

George on Feb 6, 2010


Hell yess!

Ray on Feb 6, 2010


Anybody see anything at all Freudian, in that Kraken poster? Maybe it's just me...

Dave Lister, JMC on Feb 6, 2010


+5 for Epicness.

Fisherr on Feb 6, 2010



Sebastiaan on Feb 7, 2010


Ok for all you people completely ignorant of Greek mythology, those things that are carrying around the eye are not rip-offs of the creature from Pan's Laberynth, those are the Fates, they live in the underworld and decide the "fate" of all mankind. dumb assses.

Rick on Mar 1, 2010

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