Another Set of Posters & Banners for 3D 'Wrath of the Titans' Sequel
Feel! The! Wrath! I think we need rock music playing even just saying that! Warner Bros has unveiled a set of two posters and one new banner for Wrath of the Titans, the Jonathan Liebesman-directed 3D sequel to Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans, not to be confused with Tarsem's Immortals. Yahoo first revealed these, which feature Sam Worthington as Perseus fighting even more mythological Greek creatures and whatever the hell this giant fiery thing is. We also get a look at the main line-up: Perseus, Andromeda (Rosamund Pike), Agenor (Toby Kebbell), Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and Zeus (Liam Neeson). Check them out!
Perseus (Worthington) embarks on a treacherous quest into the underworld to rescue Zeus (Neeson), who has been targeted for capture by his traitorous son, Ares (Édgar Ramírez), and brother, Hades (Fiennes). Watch the first full trailer for Jonathan Liebesman's Wrath of the Titans online here, if you want to see it.
Wrath of the Titans, the sequel to the Clash of the Titans remake from 2010, is directed by South African filmmaker Jonathan Liebesman, of Darkness Falls, The Killing Room and Battle: Los Angeles previously. The screenplay was written by Dan Mazeau & David Leslie Johnson. Warner Bros has Wrath of the Titans, which was shot in 3D, scheduled for release starting on March 30th later this spring. Is anyone excited?
Reader Feedback - 11 Comments
I wish it wouldn't say "Feel the wrath" on any of these posters. It just...doesn't fit. In the words of Christian Bale "It's fucking distraaacting!"
Anonymous on Feb 7, 2012
I'm actually looking forward to this. The first one was weak, but Liebesman's a solid director. Battle Los Angeles was awesome. Cue fanboy trolling...
Jezebel on Feb 7, 2012
wait... what ? Battle Long Angeles was awesome ?
Tester on Feb 8, 2012
Even though I liked Battle LA ( hey we all have crosses to bear) The story was written on the back of a cigarette packet. Somebody said there was some acting in too.
Pilgrim_UK on Feb 8, 2012
I think first one was totally entertaining but not masterpiece. We all love history movie we like gladiator,brave heart,300,Troy ... But without good script they fail in category. I hope very very hope that medial director johnatan leibesman focus on script and apocalyptic special effect. He must know don't make movie for money only. He must create memorial of his talent. He must take history art picture one step more to forward. He must deliver the moviegoers and himself a entertainment thinkful that make us honored
Ehsan Davoodi on Feb 7, 2012
I wish to be a millionaire, pay a lot of money to a director and screenwriter to make a movie about the American Independence where G. Washington is a cyborg, A. Lincoln is black and Jefferson is an alien (cross breed from a Predator and a Ferengi). How about my idea America ? Sounds stupid right ? Well FAQ, is less stupid than your adaptation of greek legends of Troy, Theseus (Immortals), Perseus (Clash of the Titans) and who knows what more atrocities you will commit just to keep a dumba** american in a theater chair.
tudor74 on Feb 8, 2012
Last time I checked, the majority of the actors in these so-called "atrocities" are British.......pretentious boob said what?
LAWYERED! on Feb 8, 2012
First of all the Greek material you are referring to is just as you said "legend", and as far as I'm concerned there's nothing wrong with updating a work of fiction so that it appeals to a certain audience. I'm not implying that all of the movies you mentioned are great, just that whenever hollywood makes films out of a work of fiction they tend to deviate from the source material. A good example of this is films based on comic books. In fact you could argue that comic books are modern day American legend. Second of all if you are suggesting that Americans are the only ones to blame you need to do more research. Troy was directed by a German, Clash of the Titans was directed by a Frenchmen, and Immortals was directed by an Indian. So who sounds stupid now?
Awtan90 on Feb 8, 2012
Sick jewfro sam.
Dotadestroyer on Feb 8, 2012
If it was someone other than Sam Worthington, I'd be kinda interested. His charisma-free personality is as much of a turnoff as a Channing Tatum movie.
Max Renn on Feb 9, 2012
The image was great. I think it would be better if the "FEEL THE WRATH" were never added. It was just too simple like it was not part of the poster at all. I remember seeing those words like "NOT FOR SALE" mark on some posters or pictures, the font are almost the same.
George – signs in miami on Feb 27, 2012
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