UPDATED: Hi-res versions for the “Clash of the Titans” image above and the one from a few days ago are now available after the jump.
From EW.com are new shots from Louis Leterrier’s remake of “Clash of the Titans” and the story of beat poet Allen Ginsberg’s obscenity trial, “Howl”. This is the second official shot we’ve seen from “Clash of the Titans” and I have to say that that I’m digging the fiery and gritty look and now that I’ve actually seen a Sam Worthington performance, it’s easier to appreciate photos of the guy rather than some guy where you don’t even know what his voice sounds like (although hopefully he won’t be slipping in and out of his Aussie accent this time around). And just as Worthington’s Perseus is about to tear up some Greek mythology, James Franco’s Ginsberg is about to tear up some beat poetry. Or lay against another dude (co-star Aaron Tveit). But that is part of the mastery of beat poetry. Laying against dudes and smiling, being all adorable and lookin’ like James Franco. They teach you that in high school.
Click on either image to see it super hi-res and purdy.