"Clash of the Titans" is a remake of the 1981 mythical adventure film about the myth of Perseus. To win the right to marry his love (Andromeda) and fufill his destiny, Perseus must complete various quests and battle both Medusa and the Kraken monster in order to save the Princess Andromeda. The special effects creatures in the 1981 film were created by stop-motion FX master Ray Harryhausen.
Warner Bros. has hired Wrath of the Titans writers Dan Mazeau and David Johnson to write Clash of the Titans 3 just months before Wrath of the Titans hits theaters on March 30, 2012.
Dan Mazeau and David Johnson wrote Wrath of the Titans with Steven Knight, and shared a story credit with Greg Berlanti. Little is known about the story of Clash of the Titans 3, although insiders claim Toby Kebbell's Agenor, a sidekick to Sam Worthington's Perseus in Wrath of the Titans, may figure in heavily to the Clash of the Titans 3 story.Read More
Here at Movieweb, we have an outspoken group of individuals who make up our online community. And they contribute quite a bit to our site in terms of what films the paying public should and shouldn't see. This year, they have compiled their own personal lists to find out which five films of 2011 were the most talked about and loved last year, here on this site. They also picked through their least liked movies, and found which single title reined as the "Movieweb Movie of the Year".
Movieweb Users Moviegeek, Slysnide and Diaigma got both the top five and bottom five lists started in our User Forums, where quite a few readers chimed in on what they considered to be the best of the best, and the worst of the worst, seen on-screen in 2010.Read More
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 15 films have been selected as semifinalists for Achievement in Visual Effects for the 83rd Academy Awards.
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Jump into a mythological world of epic action and adventure when Clash of the Titans arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD on July 27th from Warner Home Video. Clash of the Titans propels audiences into the mythological realm of Perseus' quest amidst a world where the gods are formidable and the creatures even more fearsome.
The Blu-ray Combo Pack includes an exciting never-before-seen alternate ending and the immersive Maximum Movie Mode, which includes walk-ons by Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, and Director Louis Leterrier, focus points, Picture-in-Picture commentary, and BD-Live connectivity.Read More
http://movieweb.com/movie/clash-of-the-titans-2010/ We reported yesterday that the new comedy Date Night beat out last weekend's winner Clash of the Titans at the box office this weekend in a very close race, and it seems that the final figures prove otherwise. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the final box office figures have put Clash of the Titans atop the box office for a second week in a row.
Yesterday's estimates had Date Night taking in $27.1 million and Clash of the Titans in a close second place with $26.8 million. Now the final figures reveal that Clash of the Titans actually made $26.7 million but Date Night only took in $25.2 million.Read More
It was Date Night at the box office this weekend as the new Steve Carell/Tina Fey comedy took the top spot in its opening weekend. The film, directed Night at the Museum's Shawn Levy, premiered in 3,374 theaters and earned $8,032 per theater for a opening weekend gross of around $27.1 million, just about half of it's purported $55 million production budget. Falling 56.1%, as well as one spot back on the charts from last week was the 3D remake of the classic '80s Greek-mythology film Clash of the Titans starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes. The film, which actually added 25 theaters from the previous week was seen in roughly 3,802 theaters and earned about $7,069 per theater for a second weekend total of $26.8 million. That brings the films total gross in just two weeks to $110.4 million, just shy of earning back its purported $125 million production budget.
Moving up one spot from last week to number three is the animated film that just won't quit, How to Train Your Dragon starring Gerard Butler, Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jonah Hill and Kristen Wiig. Despite loosing 53 theaters from the previous week, the film was still seen in over 4,000 theaters and earned $6,326 per theater for an additional $25.3 million in it's third week. That brings the film's total gross to around $133.8 million, still short of recouping their initial $165 million production budget. Slipping one spot back to number four from last week and falling 62.4% from the previous week was the sequel to Tyler Perry's 2007 hit film Why Did I Get Married?, Why Did I Get Married Too? starring the popular filmmaker, Janet Jackson and Jill Scott. The film was seen in 2,155 theaters and earned $5,104 per theater for an additional $11 million this weekend, bringing it's total gross to around $48.5 million in just two weeks, which is quite a profit considering the film's $20 million budget. Rounding off the top five this week is international phenomenon Miley Cyrus's coming of age film, The Last Song, based on the forthcoming novel by Nicholas Sparks author of The Notebook. Although the film dropped 37.5% from the previous week, it still managed to add one new theater for a total of 2,674 and earned $3,740 in each for a total of $10 million in its second week. That brings it's total gross to around $42 million, which is almost double of its $20 million production cost.Read More