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Saturday
Mar242012

New Clips: 'Wrath of the Titans'

I'll admit that Clash of the Titans had some horrible, horrible CGI effects, but you'd think the producers behind its sequel Wrath of the Titans would learn a thing or two and not attempt a second round.  With sure-to-be headache inducing 3D, you can see some clips for the upcoming "blockbuster" about the gods of olympus once again crashing down on Earth only to have Sam Worthington come and smite them.  You know how the rest goes.

 

I believe these clips are the best and worst of what the film has to offer.  You can see more clips here, courtesy of ComingSoon.net.

If I were to compare tone, I believe the following trailer is a total and utter lie to moviegoers and should be brought to court for misleading with intention.  In addition to Worthington, the film also stars Rosamund PikeBill NighyEdgar RamirezToby KebbellDanny HustonRalph Fiennes and Liam Neeson.

Here’s a quick take on the plot of Titans:

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 (Ramirez), and his brother, Hades (Fiennes).

The film is being directed by Jonathan Liebesman and will be in theaters March 20, 2012 in 2D and 3D.

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