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New Wrath Of The Titans Posters Online
Worthington and pals wrath up warm

08 February 2012  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  |  Source: Warner Bros.

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Even if Roland Emmerich and his Mayan mates turn out to be wrong about the world ending this year, the good(ish) news is that we've still got a potential Greek apocalypse also on our hands. This one comes in the ginormous, multi-bonced form of the Titans, all unleashing Khan-like levels of wrath in, er, Wrath Of The Titans, as you can see in the one-sheets below.

The only thing standing in their path is Sam Worthington. He's seen here in the new character posters for Jonathan Liebesman's mythical blockbuster sequel, and while the Danny McBride mullet is new, so too is the crew of sexy Titan-crushers he's bringing along for the ride. Click on the pics below for a closer look.


Wrath Of The Titans' story picks up ten largely peaceful years after the first film. With Titans at large and violent Earth-threatening business on the cards, Worthington's Perseus is joined by Rosamund Pike's warrior princess Andromeda, Toby Kebbell's demigod Agenor, and fallen god Hephaestus (Bill Nighy). Together they must free Zeus (Liam Neeson) from his underworld prison and stop the Titans's schemes from coming to fiery fruition.

The film's trailer has already stomped onto the internet in a blaze of action and angry cyclopses cyclopi monsters. There's more good news for anyone left underwhelmed by the franchise's first instalment: this one was shot in 3D, so there'll be none of that shonky 11th hour retrofitting. Plus, there are actual Titans in it. We can't stress that enough.

Titans will wrath on March 30. Excited? Let us know in the usual place.


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I want to draw a moustache on SW's face ...
... and line him up with the rest of Harry Enfield's scousers. But for all my ribbing, I know fully damn well that I will see this in 3D shortly after it comes out. I love a good romp, me. More

Posted by Nicky C at 14:56 on 08 February 2012 | Report This Post

RE: Titans!
L: akivo It sort of bugs me that Empire repeatedly refer to the first film's lack of titans. The titans clashing were Medusa and the Kraken, ACTUAL TITANS. Brush up on your Greek mythology Empire... The Kraken is not from greek mythology, and yes, medusa is most definitely not a Titan, she is a person who was cursed by the gods, long after titans were imprisoned by Zeus. Anyway, I like the central poster, but the others are bland. The middle image is a bit videogamey, but it' More

Posted by King of Kafiristan at 14:32 on 08 February 2012 | Report This Post

Titans
Can't wait to see this film, however would like to point out that Medusa was a gorgan not a titan... More

Posted by Deeks452 at 14:00 on 08 February 2012 | Report This Post

Titans!
It sort of bugs me that Empire repeatedly refer to the first film's lack of titans. The titans clashing were Medusa and the Kraken, ACTUAL TITANS. Brush up on your Greek mythology Empire... More

Posted by akivo at 13:39 on 08 February 2012 | Report This Post


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