I like turtles.
It’s another kick in the balls.
It’s definitely a Michael Bay film.
At least he didn’t cast Ken Jeong.
How the hell did that happen?
It doesn’t cover the assassination and that total backstabber Brutus.
Exactly what you expect it to be and it delivers on that: Team of marines all with their personal issues, some civilians for the heart, rah rah patriotism and big explosions.
It’s all about the sunlight.
Director: Jonathan Liebesman Cast: Michelle Rodriguez, Aaron Eckhart, Bridget Moynahan Synopsis: A Marine platoon faces off against an alien invasion in Los Angeles. Release Date: March 11, 2011
According to director Jonathan Liebesman, ‘Clash 2′ will be more “real” and “grounded” in reality than the first one. Though the sequel is also about Greek dudes killing freaky monsters.
Jonathan Liebesman will direct Clash of the Titans II, Coming Soon is reporting. Liebesman, who also directed the upcoming Battle: Los Angeles, will most likely be joined by Sam Worthington and Gemma Arterton, who both starred in the first installment. Unlike the first film, which was retrofitted, the sequel will be shot entirely in 3D. Also, unlike the first film, Clash of the Titans II will supposedly have a plot mapped out before shooting begins.
(Spoiler Alert) Hopefully this sequel will avoid some of the pitfalls of its predecessor. For example, one of the worst scenes from Clash of the Titans was the ending, when Zeus randomly resurrected a character who had died earlier in the film. Resurrection? Talk about an unbelievable cop out? No wonder no one worships Zeus anymore.
Warner Bros is eying director Jonathan Liebesman (Darkness Falls, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) to helm the second installment of their recently rebooted Clash of the Titans franchise. The film will most likely be shot in 3D, and is tentatively scheduled to begin production in early in 2011.I'm not exactly sure why Warner Bros. is putting money behind a sequel. By almost any standard, the first film was awful. But on a side note, the original did make $487 million worldwide. I'm beginning to think the only justification for revisiting the project is that it might make money, and frankly, I'm a little dispointed in Hollywood right now. Shame on you guys for chasing the almighty dollar instead of trying to make art. (First Showing)