'Clash of the Titans' sequel in real 3D
Tuesday 31 August 2010
Clash of the Titans will get a sequel and a new director.
Louis Leterrier ( The Incredible Hulk), the director of the first Clash will not return to direct, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which reports that Jonathan Liebesman has been tapped for the second installment.
The South African filmmaker directed The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning and the upcoming Battle: Los Angeles.
Stars Sam Worthington and Gemma Arterton are expected to return.
The film earned more than $491 million worldwide, despite negative reviews for its 3D conversion from 2D.
The studio plans to shoot in real 3D for this sequel.
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