It was established as a significant modern franchise but what are the turns of Clash Of The Titans 3 still occurring? The original Clash Of The Titans is a cult adventure beginning from 1981 that goes on Perseus, the lad of Zeus who much face-off with mythological beasts like Medusa and the Kraken to conserve the woman he adores.
The movie featured an excellent cast – involving Laurence Olivier and Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey) – and fantastic stop-motion effects by Ray Harryhausen.
Clash Of The Titans was then made again in 2010 by director Louis Leterrier (The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance). The movie back featured a vast cast, involving Liam Neeson, Mads Mikkelsen, and a post-Avatar Sam Worthington but while it was a success, it got a roundly negative reception for its horrid 2D to 3D post-conversion.
Leterrier would later be amiable with the reception to the 3D, moving so far as to call it a gimmick designed to get away with money from audiences.
Worthington later came back for 2012’s Wrath Of The Titans, which again got mediocre reviews and acquired less than its predecessor.
A third movie dubbed Revenge Of The Titans was substantiated to be in development prior to the second entry was launched, but what are the odds of a Clash Of The Titans 3 really occurring? While Wrath Of The Titans was more or less success, profits had undoubtedly dropped from the first film.
This is likely one of the reasons Sam Worthington questioned Clash Of The Titans 3 would be going forward in a 2013 interview, with franchise producer Basil Iwanyk later substantiating this by stating a want of “fresh ideas” for a third film had stalled it.
No story information was launched for Revenge Of The Titans, with the previous film ending with the demise of Zeus (Liam Neeson) and Perseus giving his sword to lad Heleus (John Bell, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies). This stated father and son could come together for a future titan battle.