10 Movie Clips from CLASH OF THE TITANS

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Warner Bros. has released 10 movie clips from director Louis Leterrier’s Clash of the Titans and you can check them out after the jump.  Starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Mads Mikkelsen, Gemma Arterton, Jason Flemyng, Danny Huston, and Alexa Davalos, the film gets released April 2 in 3D.  I caught a screening last night and while I probably shouldn’t say too much as there is an embargo, it’s a very fun popcorn movie that moves extremely fast.  I think the running time was 1hr. 46 minutes. In fact, if I had one comment to the studio, I would have liked the film to have slowed down a bit as it moves so fast you barely have time to take a breath.

Also, while they wanted to show us the movie in 3D last night it wasn’t ready, as the post production schedule is extremely tight so we saw the normal 2D version.  But I thought the film worked in 2D as that’s the way Louis Leterrier shot the movie last summer.  Hit the jump to watch a ton of footage from Clash of the Titans:

As always, are the clips are in the player below.  Once you push play you might have to watch a pre-roll ad and then all the clips will play in order.  Sorry about the pre-roll, it pays for the bandwidth.


Here’s the synopsis:

In “Clash of the Titans,” the ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods. But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world. 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 dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Liam Neeson) and unleash hell on earth.

Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds, leading a daring band of warriors, including Draco (Mads Mikkelsen), an experienced soldier who encourages the defiant Perseus to make use of his god-given abilities. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, they will only survive if Perseus can accept his power as a god, defy his fate and create his own destiny.

Propelling audiences into a mythological world of epic action and adventure, “Clash of the Titans” will be presented in 3D, making the gods even more formidable, the creatures even more fearsome, and taking audiences even deeper into the mythological realm of Perseus’ quest.

“Clash of the Titans” is being directed by Louis Leterrier. Leading the international cast is Australian actor Sam Worthington (“Avatar”) as Perseus, the mortal son of Zeus, king of the gods. Academy Award® nominee Liam Neeson (“Schindler’s List”) takes on the role of the mighty Zeus, and Academy Award® nominee Ralph Fiennes (“The English Patient”) plays the role of Hades, god of the underworld, who feeds on human fear. Rounding out the cast is Gemma Arterton as Io, Perseus’ mysterious spiritual guide throughout his journey; Mads Mikkelsen as Draco, who takes up his sword to join Perseus’ quest; Jason Flemyng as Acrisius, a one-time king turned hideous beast; Danny Huston as Poseidon, god of the seas; and Alexa Davalos as Andromeda, a princess doomed to lose her life if Perseus does not succeed.

Louis Leterrier directs “Clash of the Titans” from a screenplay by Travis Beacham and Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi, based on the motion picture “Clash of the Titans,” directed by Desmond Davis and written by Beverley Cross. The film is produced by Basil Iwanyk and Kevin De La Noy. The executive producers are Academy Award® winner Richard D. Zanuck (“Driving Miss Daisy”) and Legendary Pictures’ Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni and William Fay.

The behind-the-scenes team includes director of photography Peter Menzies, Jr., production designer Martin Laing, editor Martin Walsh, editor Vincent Tabaillon, Academy Award®-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming (“Topsy-Turvy”) and composer Ramin Djawadi.

Also serving on the creative team are Oscar®-nominated visual effects supervisor Nick Davis (“The Dark Knight”); Oscar®-nominated prosthetics supervisor Conor O’Sullivan (“The Dark Knight,” “Saving Private Ryan”); Academy Award®-winning special effects and animatronics supervisor Neil Corbould (“Gladiator”); Academy Award®-winning makeup and hair designer Jenny Shircore (“Elizabeth”); and Academy Award®-winning production sound mixer Ivan Sharrock (“The Last Emperor”).

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Warner Bros. Pictures presents, in association with Legendary Pictures, a Thunder Road Film/Zanuck Company Production, a Louis Leterrier Film, “Clash of the Titans.” The film will be presented in RealD 3D where available, and will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.




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  • Kalisto

    Looks like a mediocre Louis Leterrier film. And Calibos looks stupid, the Kraken looks sick, Medusa looks pretty sweet too.

  • jamais

    Thanks for the mini review :-)

  • http://www.buzzabit.com/aaron Aaron Sullivan

    This looks like a good time. I'm looking forward to this with moderate expectations. :) Never know, it could be one of those unspectacular movies that is still fun to watch again and again. Or it might be a see it once, smile and forget it on the way out the theater.

    I guess the 3D isn't really worth it, though, since it was post-processed and the word is that the 3D effect is only okay as a result. :(

  • !_!

    so when does KRATOS show up in the film?

  • Andy

    Oh dear. This looks a bit shit. I'm basing that on the first couple of dialogue scenes as that's as far as I can get the video to load at the moment. Perhaps the action can compensate for the cringey am-dram theatrics in the quiet moments, but I doubt it.

  • Andy

    Okay, I've seen it all now. I'm on the fence. The action choreography looks good, but photography, CGI and performances seem a little flat. Leterrier clearly doesn't know what to do with actors, which makes it all seem like kids playing pretend rather than a real film. I hope I'm proved wrong as I really wanted to like this. But on the basis of these clips I wouldn't want him anywhere near an Avengers movie.

  • DREDD

    Ok, so WOW, cant believe all the best bits have already been shown here. Medusa i was hoping for a lil mystery till i saw the film, but now we have seen every monster from the original. Not much point seeing it on the big screen now. Might have well just watched a pirate of it.

    Anyhow, opinions of what i've seen. Why did they not give Sam a wig and a none Aussy accent in this? Its jarring even in these clips.

    Medusa cgi looks a lil like the Scorpion King from mummy-2. Kraken looks awesome! But i wish i'd seen that clip in the full movie. Too spoilerish, might as well see how everything is killed in the clips too.

    ZEUS, looks like ULLESES 31 from the awesome 80s cartoon. That's a film i could watch!

    Anyway, this still looks entertaining and i love the original. Hopefully the music score from the original makes an appearance in this one as that added to its charm.

  • DREDD

    Ok, so WOW, cant believe all the best bits have already been shown here. Medusa i was hoping for a lil mystery till i saw the film, but now we have seen every monster from the original. Not much point seeing it on the big screen now. Might have well just watched a pirate of it.

    Anyhow, opinions of what i've seen. Why did they not give Sam a wig and a none Aussy accent in this? Its jarring even in these clips.

    Medusa cgi looks a lil like the Scorpion King from mummy-2. Kraken looks awesome! But i wish i'd seen that clip in the full movie. Too spoilerish, might as well see how everything is killed in the clips too.

    ZEUS, looks like ULLESES 31 from the awesome 80s cartoon. That's a film i could watch!

    Anyway, this still looks entertaining and i love the original. Hopefully the music score from the original makes an appearance in this one as that added to its charm.

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