Liam Neeson played Zeus, the father of Sam Worthington’s Perseus in the 2010 remake of Clash of the Titans. The film was a box office success that was quickly confirmed for a sequel. After finding a new director (Louis Leterrier isn’t returning), and reuniting the cast, they’ve finally come up with a title for their new adventure. According to Neeson, the film will be called Wrath of the Titans. Dun! Dun! Dun!
Neeson recently gave an interview to The Belfast Telegraph (via Coming Soon), and he announced the title and revealed that the film’s script is in its 10th draft. They should begin production in March and he promises “some kick-ass stuff and a very human story to it.” Wrath of the Titans will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman, and will once again feature Worthington, Gemma Arterton as Io, and Ralph Fiennes as Hades.
If you saw the first Titans film, you know that Hades will more than likely return as the villain in the sequel. Both Perseus and Zeus will be on the receiving end of his “wrath.” Wrath of the Titans is scheduled to be released sometime in 2012, but we’re unsure if they’ll do it in 3D this time. Their first attempt wasn’t exactly well received.
What do you think of the Clash of the Titans sequel title?