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Clash Of The Titans (DVD)

Clash of the Titans is a 2010 action fantasy film and remake of the 1981 film of the same name produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (the rights to which had been acquired by Warner Bros. in 1996 through its purchase of Turner). The story is very loosely based on the Greek myth of Perseus. An Australian-American production directed by Louis Leterrier from a screenplay by Travis Beacham, Phil Hay, and Matt Manfredi, starring Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Mads Mikkelsen, Alexa Davalos, Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson, the film was originally set for standard release on March 26, 2010. However, it was later announced that the film would be converted to 3D and was released on April 2, 2010.

Clash of the Titans grossed $493 million worldwide, though it received generally negative reviews from critics and received two Golden Raspberry Awards nominations. The film s success led to a sequel, Wrath of the Titans, released in March 2012.


After defeating the Titans, the gods divided the world among themselves; Zeus took the skies, Poseidon the seas, and Hades, deceived by Zeus, was left to rule the Underworld. Zeus created the mortals, whose worship maintained the gods immortality. Over time, however (shortly after both the Trojan War & Odysseus 10-year journey back to Ithaca), some mortals began to defy their creators. The demigod Perseus was conceived by Zeus and the human queen Danae during the siege of her husband King Acrisius at Mount Olympus. Upon discovering the conception, an enraged Acrisius orders the queen s execution and locks the newborn child in a chest with her corpse. In Zeus retaliation, a lightning bolt strikes the king and severely deforms him. The king then throws the chest into the sea. Thereafter, Perseus is found and raised by the fisherman Spyros and his wife Marmara.

Years later, Perseus and his family watch as soldiers from the city of Argos destroy the statue of Zeus, declaring war on the gods. The Furies are then unleashed and slaughter the soldiers. Hades appears and destroys the family s fishing vessel; Spyros and his family drown; Perseus is the only survivor. Found by another group of soldiers, Perseus is brought before King Cepheus and Queen Cassiopeia. They are celebrating their campaign against the gods, while their daughter Princess Andromeda disapproves of her parents leading the city s rebellion. When Cassiopeia begins boasting of her daughter to the gods, the revelry is interrupted by Hades, who exposes Perseus lineage to Zeus and rapidly ages Cassiopeia. He threatens to unleash the Kraken - a sea monster borne from his flesh - against Argos, unless Andromeda is offered as a sacrifice. Perseus meets Io, a mysterious woman cursed with immortality, who confirms his origin.

Perseus, Io, and the King s Guard led by Draco journey to the Stygian Witches, seeking a way to defeat the Kraken. To help his son, Zeus tries to give Perseus a sword forged on Olympus, which he refuses. Soon after, they are attacked by a decrepit Acrisius, now known as Calibos, who was corrupted by Hades, and sent to kill Perseus. During the fight, Draco severs Calibos hand, forcing him to retreat to a desert where his blood from the hand stump conjures giant scorpions which attack the group. They are rescued by a band of Djinn, desert sorcerers who tame the remaining scorpions and lend their aid to Perseus and his group. They arrive at the lair of the Stygian Witches who are forced to reveal a weapon to defeat the Kraken: the head of the gorgon Medusa, who resides in the Underworld. Upon arrival, Perseus and his remaining companions enter Medusa s temple lair, while Io remains outside. Medusa kills everyone except Perseus, who finally manages to behead her by using the underside of his shield to see her with his back turned. As he leaves the temple, Calibos appears and fatally stabs Io. Perseus and Calibos fight, ending the battle after Perseus picks up the Olympian sword and kills Calibos, restoring his human form at the last moment. As Io lies dying, she urges Perseus to save Andromeda and Argos.

The winged horse Pegasus arrives and takes Perseus back to Argos as Hades, having manipulated Zeus and the gods into earning their trust, releases the Kraken. Perseus arrives and exposes Medusa s head to the Kraken, which gradually petrifies and crumbles. Prokopion, a cult leader who worships Hades, attempts to kill Perseus, but Cepheus intervenes and both of them are then crushed by the Kraken s falling claw. Hades confronts Perseus, but the latter, invoking Zeus, hurls his sword at Hades, forcing him back to the Underworld. Perseus rescues Andromeda, who asks Perseus to rule Argos by her side as King, but he declines. Perseus later refuses another offer of godhood from Zeus; instead, Zeus revives Io, reuniting her and Perseus.


  • Sam Worthington as PerseusA fisherman who finds out he is a demigod, as the son of Zeus, king of the gods, and the mortal Danae. Perseus goes on a quest for the head of Medusa in order to stop the gods from destroying Argos. The Ancient Greeks regarded Perseus as one their greatest heroes, as well as the founder of Mycenae. The film adapts elements of the classical Greek myths around Perseus, but does so loosely. The mythological Perseus was sent to collect the head of Medusa by King Polydectes so Polydectes could force Danae into marriage during Perseus absence. Perseus went on this quest unaided by companions, but with help from the gods Hermes and Athena. Otto Farrant as young Perseus
  • Otto Farrant as young Perseus
  • Liam Neeson as ZeusKing of the gods, as well as the god of the sky, lightning and thunder. Zeus created man but has become disappointed with their lack of respect.
  • Ralph Fiennes as HadesGod of the underworld and the dead, a brother of Zeus. Hades resents his brother for him (Hades) being appointed lord of the underworld, and plots to destroy his brother.
  • Gemma Arterton as IoA mortal woman who once refused the advances of a god and was cursed with agelessness. She has watched over Perseus and acts as his guide. The character is loosely inspired by the mythological figure of Io, whom Zeus coveted. In order to keep Io safe from the wrath of his wife, Zeus turned Io into a cow. The mythological Io and Perseus never met as they lived hundreds of years apart, with Io actually a distant ancestor of Perseus.
  • Alexa Davalos as AndromedaA princess of Argos, who is sacrificed to the Kraken after her mother foolishly boasts about Andromeda s beauty; in classical Greek mythology, Andromeda was a princess of Aethiopia who was sacrificed to the sea monster Cetus.
  • Jason Flemyng as King AcrisiusA mortal king who led a revolt against the gods. As punishment, Zeus impregnated Acrisius wife, Queen Danae, and turned Acrisius into the deformed creature Calibos. The character is based on the mythological King Acrisius who was Danae s father and thus Perseus maternal grandfather. The mythological Acrisius attempted to murder his daughter because an oracle had foretold that Acrisius would one day be killed by his own grandson. Acrisius transformation into Calibos is not based on mythological sources, but is instead inspired by the character from the original film.
  • Mads Mikkelsen as Draco, captain of the royal guard of Argos who accompanies Perseus.
  • Liam Cunningham as Solon, an experienced soldier from Argos who accompanies Perseus.
  • Hans Matheson as Ixas, a soldier from Argos who accompanies Perseus.
  • Nicholas Hoult as Eusebios, a young and devout soldier from Argos who accompanies Perseus.
  • Ashraf Barhom as Ozal, a hunter who joins Perseus journey, brother to Kucuk.
  • Mouloud Achour as Kucuk, Ozal s brother and a hunter who joins Perseus journey.
  • Ian Whyte as Sheikh Suleiman, leader of the Djinn humanoid sorcerers who live in the desert and use black magic to extend their lifespan. The Djinn do not appear in Ancient Greek mythology, but are creatures from Arabic myths instead.
  • Luke Treadaway as Prokopion, a doomsday prophet who urges the Argives to worship the gods.

Pete Postlethwaite and Elizabeth McGovern appear in the opening scenes of the film as Spyro and Marmara, who find the infant Perseus and become his adoptive parents. Both characters do not appear in classical Greek mythology, where Perseus was instead raised by his mother Danae, who did not die during their voyage in the coffin. Vincent Regan and Polly Walker play King Kepheus and Queen Cassiopeia, the arrogant rulers of Argos and parents of Andromeda. In the original myths Cepheus and Cassiopeia were king and queen of Aethiopia instead.

Rory McCann and Martin McCann make appearances as Belo and Phaedrus, two soldiers from Argos who initially accompany Perseus on his journey. Kaya Scodelario plays Peshet, handmaiden to Princess Andromeda.

Luke Evans plays Apollo, god of music, the sun, dance and archery and a son of Zeus. Danny Huston and Alexander Siddig appear briefly as Poseidon, god of the sea, and Hermes, god of roads and travelers. Ross Mullan, Robin Berry and Graham Hughes play the three Stygian Witches, who are based on the Graeae Pemphredo, Enyo and Deino. Supermodels Agyness Deyn and Natalia Vodianova make brief appearances as Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, and the monstrous Medusa, one of the fearsome Gorgons, respectively. Izabella Miko has a non-speaking role as Athena, the goddess of wisdom and knowledge.


The Clash of the Titans remake project started in 2002 under producer Adam Schroeder and writers John Glenn and Travis Wright. They wanted to drop the cheesy chessboard manipulation of characters by the gods. Wright and Glenn described their story as an adventure film with religious elements . Producer Basil Iwanyk revived the project in 2006 with a rewrite by Travis Beacham, a fan of the original, who intended the script to be darker and more realistic . Lawrence Kasdan and director Stephen Norrington signed on in 2007. Kasdan gave the script another rewrite from the Beacham version. But Norrington was unsure about his direction for the project because he did not grow up with the original. Leterrier, who did, contacted Norrington through their shared agent about replacing him. By June 2008 Leterrier joined the project and Warner Bros. greenlit the film. Leterrier noted the original Clash of the Titans inspired the climax of his previous film The Incredible Hulk – a battle in a burnt-down courtroom with temple-like columns – and has compared modern superheroes to Greek mythology.

Writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi took over the script during July 2008 and used Beacham s draft as a starting point. They focused on the mythology and telling the story through Leterrier s eyes. Hay and Manfredi had to rewrite the script in less than a year using a very active process. Leterrier sought Ray Harryhausen s involvement, and reunited with Hulk concept artist Aaron Sims, who had already been working on Clash of the Titans with Norrington.

Louis Leterrier, during an interview, revealed that he is a big fan of Masami Kurumada s Saint Seiya manga (also known as Knights of the Zodiac) and its anime adaptation. He specifically cited the armor that the Gods wear in his film remake as a sign of homage and respect to Saint Seiya. Masami Kurumada, the author of Saint Seiya, was even asked to collaborate with the production team on poster designs.

Sam Worthington did not wear sandals while filming; he instead painted toes on his sports shoes so he could perform the stunts better.

According to actress Emma Thompson, she almost made an accidental uncredited cameo in the film while visiting her friend Liam Neeson on the set. Thompson, who had been filming Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang in an adjacent studio, went to visit Neeson during a break, just as Neeson was about to shoot a scene with Ralph Fiennes and Danny Huston. Unable to exit the set fast enough as the cameras began to roll, Thompson, in her clumsy Nanny McPhee costume, had to hide behind Huston s throne during the take so she would not be picked up by the cameras.

For the 2D to 3D conversion, Leterrier approached the studio early on about a 3D conversion, but it was expensive and very new technology. After Avatar, the studio put pressure on Leterrier to convert the film. He was worried because of his previous concerns but was convinced after seeing the View-D conversion process. Leterrier considered the 3D conversion to improve the viewing experience, and states that it should not be seen as a gimmick. In 2013, Leterrier called the 3D conversion famously rushed and famously horrible and a gimmick to steal money from the audience .

Filming locations

Filming began April 27, 2009, near London, at Shepperton Studios, and also at Pinewood Studios and at Longcross Studios, near Chertsey, in Surrey. Filming also took place in Wales, the Canary Islands (Spain) (primarily at the World Heritage Site, Teide National Park in Tenerife), Maspalomas Dunes, Gran Canaria, and Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote. Aerial photography was conducted in Iceland and Ethiopia.

Filming of volcano scenes at the Harriet hole in Dinorwic Slate Quarry in Wales wrapped at the end of July. This slate quarry has also been used for locations for Willow and Street Fighter.


Bubo, Athena s mechanical owl in the original 1981 film, makes a cameo appearance in this remake and its sequel.


Clash of the Titans was originally set for standard release on March 26, 2010. The Heat Vision Blog reported on January 27, 2010, that after a 3D conversion test of the film, which Warner Bros. found to be a roaring success, the film would be converted to 3D and would premiere on April 2, 2010. The national premiere in Spain took place on March 30 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital city of the Canary Islands.

Critical reception

Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports that 27% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 266 reviews; the average rating is 4.3/10. The website s critical consensus states, An obviously affectionate remake of the 1981 original, Louis Leterrier s Clash of the Titans doesn t offer enough visual thrills to offset the deficiencies of its script. On Metacritic, the film was assigned a weighted average score of 39 out of 100, based on 37 reviews from mainstream critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews. Even before release, the film attracted some negative attention for its original tagline, Titans Will Clash, although the trailers, edited to match The Bird and the Worm by The Used, were praised.

In his review for the Chicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert gave the film 3 stars out of 4, stating I don t say it s good cinema, although I recognize the craftsmanship that went into it. I don t say it s good acting, when the men have so much facial hair they all look like Liam Neeson. I like the energy, the imagination, the silliness. Richard Corliss of Time could understand why the film received negative reviews, but found it a full-throttle action-adventure, played unapologetically straight. He dismissed other critics complaints, writing that the film is very watchable in 2-D, that other critics were influenced by nostalgia for the original, and that 15 seconds of Bubo is enough for his tastes. Colin Covert gave the film a mildly positive review, stating the film was all flash, trash, and crash, a tasty hunk of baloney, and mindless yet shamelessly thrilling. He said Worthington had a Shatneresque heaviness about him, and found that all the laughs came from the fact that the heavyweight actors were slumming through their roles. Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a B−, writing The new Clash isn t a cynical rehash. It has the flavor of a certain pre-CGI innocence. James Berardinelli gave it a mixed review, concluding that Clash of the Titans is a flawed but mildly entertaining regurgitation of Greek mythological elements, but it s also an example of how poorly executed 3D can hamstring a would-be spectacle.

Peter Travers of Rolling Stone awarded the film 1 star out of four, stating The film is a sham, with good actors going for the paycheck and using beards and heavy makeup to hide their shame. In a review for the Chicago Tribune, Turan complained that the film is worse in 3D; he went on further to explain that the action scenes are more of a distraction than an enhancement , with the battle scenes being cluttered and harder to follow rather than exciting . Claudia Puig for USA Today wrote that the film s most outstanding achievement is the ability to be both chaotic and dull . Justification for her opinion came from the frantic action sequences and muddled special effects. Dan Kois blamed the director for making a muddled disappointment instead of a camp classic that could have endured for generations. He also accused Leterrier of not knowing how to direct an action scene, and that the film lacked wit and flair. David Stratton also criticized the film s action scenes, suggesting to Leterrier: check out your local video store for something by Kurosawa, or almost any movie with sword fight scenes, to see how it s done.

The film was nominated for Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel and Worst Eye-Gouging Misuse of 3D at the 31st Golden Raspberry Awards, but lost to Sex and the City 2 and The Last Airbender, respectively.

Box office

Clash of the Titans earned $61,235,105 in its opening weekend in 3,777 theaters in the United States and Canada (not including Thursday previews). The movie was #1 for two weeks in a row, edging out Date Night and the previous winner, How to Train Your Dragon. Clash of the Titans made $163,214,888 domestically, as of July 22, 2010, and $330,000,000 overseas, as of September 19, 2010, for a worldwide total of $493,214,888. On the all-time worldwide chart it ranks 80th and in North America it is below #100.

Home video

Clash of the Titans was released on DVD and Blu-ray combo pack on July 16 (Mexico), July 26 (UK), July 27 (USA) and (Canada), October 6 (Japan), 2010. A 3D Blu-ray version of the film was also released in a combo pack with the 2D version, DVD, and digital copy.

Video game

Namco Bandai Games and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released a video game adaptation of the movie on July 27, 2010, on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, to coincide with the film s home video release; it was originally planned for release in March 2010.


Production of the sequel, Wrath of the Titans, directed by Jonathan Liebesman, began on March 23, 2011. Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson reprised their roles and the film was released on March 30, 2012.

In November 2011, Warner Bros. hired Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson, who wrote Wrath of the Titans, to write and develop a sequel, Revenge of the Titans, but it was cancelled.

Cultural reference

Among die-hard supporters of Donald Trump the phrase Release the Kraken! has come to refer to evidence for massive voter fraud in the 2020 US Presidential Election.



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Awards, 4 wins & 14 nominations


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Travis Beacham, Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi


Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes

Produced by

Brenda Berrisford, Kevin de la Noy, William Fay, Basil Iwanyk, Jon Jashni, Karl McMillan, Thomas Tull, Guy Wilson, Richard D. Zanuck

Music by

Ramin Djawadi

Cinematography by

Peter Menzies Jr.

Film Editing by

David Freeman, Vincent Tabaillon, Martin Walsh

Casting By

Elaine Grainger, Lucinda Syson

Production Design by

Martin Laing

Art Direction by

Patricio M. Farrell, James Foster, Troy Sizemore

Set Decoration by

Anna Pinnock

Costume Design by

Lindy Hemming, Louis Joon

Makeup Department

Jessica Alexander, Sylvia Atkins, Nina Ayoub, Fiona Barty, Kate Benton, Belles Berry, Ricci-Lee Berry, Brian Best, Elaine Best, Jacqueline Bhavnani, Paul Boyce, Jessica Brooks, Zoe Clare Brown, Julie Burnett, Valter Casotto, Sharon Colley, Robb Crafer, Nathaniel De'Lineadeus, Audrey Doyle, Hannah Eccleston, Hannah Edwards, Holly Edwards, Vicky Fields, Claire Folkard, Lucy Friend, Dan Frye, Charmaine Fuller, Andre Gilbert, Jon Henry Gordon, Jo Grover, Sean Hedges-Quinn, Joe Hopker, Terry Jarvis, Sarah Kelly, Julie Kendrick, Malgorzata Krystyna Kloda, Sophia Knight, Denise Kum, Lizzie Lawson, Katie Lee, Agnes Legere, Göran Lundström, Louise Luxton, Chris Lyons, Kristyan Mallett, Ray Marston, Emma Mash, Veronica McAleer, Annie McEwan, Lois McIntosh, Liz Michie, Cheryl Mitchell, Sarah Monzani, Laura Morse, Fawn Muller, Aisling Nairn, Conor O'Sullivan, Peter Owen, Marc Pilcher, Gilly Popham, Nina Pratley, Natalie Reid, Jack Saundercock, Jackie Saundercock, Maralyn Sherman, Jenny Shircore, Colin Shulver, Rupert Simon, Andrew Simonin, Rachael Speke, Nicola Springall, Henrik Svensson, Robert Trenton, Laura Vaakanainen, Julia Vernon, Valentina Visintin, Noriko Watanabe, Sarah Weatherburn, Josh Weston, Sian Wilson, Pippa Woods, Louise Young, Lacey Corbould, Tom Packwood

Production Management

Guy Adams, Kevin de la Noy, Bill Draper, Eddie Folcarelli, Tim Grover, Monica Hada, Lil Heyman, Marianne Jenkins, Karl McMillan, Angus More Gordon, Juan Cano Nono, Michael Sharp, Susan Towner, Andreas Wentz, Elizabeth Miller Gavcus

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

William Booker, Fraser Fennell-Ball, Nick Heckstall-Smith, Toby Hefferman, Katharina Hofmann, Emma Horton, Caroline Kaempfer, Martin Kenzie, Martin Krauka, Andy Madden, Aurora Mulligan, Terry Needham, Samar Pollitt, Michael Stevenson, Kim Whittaker

Art Department

Alex Aitken, John Allen, Lawrie Ayres, Will Ayres, Karl Ayton, Dave Bartlett, Rob Bean, Andrew Bennett, Jennifer Bowes, Satarupa Bradley, Tim Browning, Mark Buck, Julian Caldow, Sam Chapman, Jim Charmatz, Richard Cheal, Mick Chubbock, Dean Clegg, Fergus Clegg, Matt Codd, Dean Coldham, Kyle Cooper, Steve Court, Jacqueline Crockett, James Crockett, Josh Crockett, Mitchell Crockett, Quentin Davies, George Dean, Jack Dehaan, Darrin Denlinger, James Doh, Jonathan Downing, Martin Duffy, Simon Dutton, Colin Ellis, James Enright, Andy Evans, Darren Fitzsimons, John Fox, Pip Fox, Kim Frederiksen, Gary Freeman, Steve Furneaux, Jack Garwood, Lee Gooch, Jamie Goodfellow, Bruce Gordon, Edward Griffiths, Katya Guy, Andrew Guyett, Berkan Halil, Emma Hanson, Wesley Harland, Steve Harris, Darren Hayward, Paul Hearn, Kathy Heaser, Annika Hellgren, Roger Holden, Will Holden, David Hynes, Tara Ilsley, Jason Ivall, Peter James, Ben Johnson, Bethan Jones, Celyth Jones, Gavin Jones, Michael Jones, Rob Jose, Martin Kane, Mark Keene, David Ned Kelly, John Kirsop, Julianna Kolakis, Martin Lane, Terry Law, Charlotte Leatherland, Peter Lee, Adam Maher, John Maher, Meike Maher, Charlotte Malynn, Christopher Mansey, Victor James Martinez, Tony Mason, Duncan McNeil, Claire Mear, Steven Messing, Graham Mitchell, Jonathan Moore, Ian Murray, Craig Narramore, Alan Neighbour, Jonathan Norman, John O'Shaughnessy, Wolfgang Osterholzer, Anthony Owen, Robert Park, Michael Parkin, Scott Patton, Lewis Peake, Sandra Phillips, Francis Poirier, Adam Rashbrook, Daren Reynolds, Amin Rharda, Terry Royce, Jack Salkeld, Alexis Santos, Aaron Sims, Nick Slater, Nick Smith, Keith Stevenson, Lara Tarroni, Bill Thomas, Bradley Torbett, Arnaud Valette, Toby Wagner, Stuart Walpole, Amanda Ward, Jake Wells, William Wells, Tom Whitehead, Jamie Wilkinson, Paul Williams, Carl Wilson, Greg Winter, Bradley Woodbridge, Helen Xenopoulos, Eddie Yang, Jackie Yau, Iraide Álvarez, Augusta Akerman, Philippa Ashcroft, Matt Ceckiewicz, Keith Connolly, Sam Dacombe, Jillian Drujon, Gizem Ersavas, Michael Guyett, Rohan Harris, Alexandra Hayes, Henry Hole, John Jones, Gary Lock, Duncan McDevitt, Daniel Pelton, Luca Scaroni, Doreen Watkinson

Sound Department

Mark Appleby, Wade Barnett, Tom Barrow, Antony Bayman, Rachel Boot, Sandy Buchanan, Peter Burgis, Mitch Clyman, Ben Coleman, Ben Collinson, Ed Colyer, Simon Diggins, Robert Edwards, Michael Fentum, Steve Finn, Nick Foley, Tim Fraser, Glen Gathard, Dominic Gibbs, James Glenton, Tom Harrison, Alistair Hawkins, John Hughes, Leigh Humberdross, Rob Killick, Steve Little, Jed Loughran, James Mather, Simon McCormick, Chris Navarro, Luke O'Connell, Jordan O'Neill, Barry O'Sullivan, Mike Prestwood Smith, Johnathan Rush, Bjorn Ole Schroeder, Brian Seagrave, Ivan Sharrock, Chris Sturmer, Mark Taylor, William Towers, Derek Trigg, David Turner, Amy Felton, Mark Henry, Bernard O'Reilly, Sreejesh

Special Effects by

Vince Abbott, Tim Ambridge, Bruce Armstrong, Steve Benelisha, Barry Best, Jonathan Bickerdike, Dave Bonneywell, David Brighton, Julian Butterfield, Sam Conway, Jamie Corbould, Malcolm Crash Corbould, Neil Corbould, Pau Costa, Steve Crawley, Dean Davey, Simon Davey, Keith Dawson, Michael Dawson, Michael Durkan, Manex Efrem, Vickie Ellis, Moose Enright, Raymond Ferguson, Chris Fitzgerald, Terry Flowers, Andy Garner, Chris Giles, Peter Haran, Peter Hawkins, Stuart Heath, Gustav Hoegen, Andy Hunt, Sam Huntley, Gareth Jolly, Terry Jones, Anna Krawczyk, Anna Lamont, Ivan Manzella, Kevin Mathews, Sarah Mathieson, Kyle May, Mark McKendry, Martin 'Marty' McLaughlin, Jacques Mezger, Jessica Moore, Ian Morse, Chris Motjuoadi, John Nolan, Matthew O'Toole, Steven Painter, Anthony Parker, Dave Poole, Delroy Reid, Lee Rider, Darren Robinson, Corina Rosca, Shaun Rutter, Ty Senior, Stephen Shelley, Bill Turpin, Joel Vitow, Cliff Wallace, Anne Marie Walters, Steven Warner, David Watkins, Mark White, Victoria Williams, Stuart Wishart, Alan Young, Guy Hauldren, Anna Lamont, Stuart Leach, Steve Scott, Richard Symons

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Tony Abejuro, Lucile Abiven, Eva Abramycheva, Lindsay Adams, Romulo Adriano Jr., Nidhi Agarwal, Ritesh Aggarwal, Gustav Ahren, Ben Aickin, William Alexander, Antony Allen, Sneha Amin, Sean Amlaner, Prem Amrit, Anuj Anand, Katarzyna Ancuta, Grahame Andrew, Mukherjee Aniruddha, Nigel Ankers, Samir Ansari, Paul Arion, Laya Armian, Jörundur Rafn Arnarson, Gabriel Arnold, Joe Arnold, Jaume Arteman, Suzie Askham, Tony Atherton, Nikki Atkinson, David Aulds, Guray Ayaokur, Dan Ayling, Kelsey Ayukawa, Adam Azmy, Durai Babu, Nithin Babu, Andrew Baggarley, Dan Bailey, Richard Baillie, Heath Baker, Matthew Baker, Richard Baker, Manjusha Balachandran-Hall, Rv Balaji, Ido Banai, Uday Bhaskar Bandaru, Anthony Barcelo, Harry Bardak, Giacomo Bargellesi, Tricia Barrett, Tyler Hockett Baze, Matt Beale, Michael Becki, Lizi Bedford, Richard A.M. 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Dellimore, Robb Denovan, Mitch Deoudes, Del DePierro, Julien Depredurand, Bert Deruyck, Amit Desai, Thomas Devorsine, Adam Dewhirst, Ben Dick, Ian Differ, Sabina Bejasa Dimmock, Eran Dinur, Robin Doelly, Komal Dogra, Becca Donohoe, Tom Dow, Wilfred Driscoll, Luke Drummond, Benoit Dubuc, Julien Ducenne, Lorna Dumba, Katherine Durant, Kishan E. Chandran, Dave Early, Paddy Eason, Gracie Edscer, Clwyd Edwards, David Edwards, Richard Edwards, Dadi Einarsson, Arslan Elver, Seynaeve Emmanuel, Jenn Epstein, Selcuk Ergen, Karl Erlandsen, Csaba László Eröss, Karin Eunson-Ross, Daniel Evans, Michele Fabbro, Péter Farkas, Amy Felce, Andrew Fensom, Oliver Fergusson-Taylor, Daniel Fernández, Tim Fescoe, Marco Fiorani Parenzi, Greg Fisher, James D. Fleming, Brad Floyd, Guillaume François, Nihal Friedel, Scott Fritzshall, Ben Frost, Drew Fulcher, Pawl Fulker, Sarah Fuller, Joe Gaffney, Jigesh Gajjar, Mitch Gates, Thibault Gauriau, Brad Gayo, Marco Genovesi, Danny Geurtsen, Somesh Ghosh, Mauro Giacomazzo, Stefano Giorgetti, Ivan Girard, Adrien Saint Girons, Jonmundur Gislason, Piotr Glabinski, Marco Godinho, Jitesh Gohil, Julien Goldsbrough, Jose Luis Gomez Diaz, Kyle Goodsell, Dianne Gordon, Anup Gore, Ranjit Gosavi, Xavier Goubin, Andrew Gough, A.B. Govardhan, Arushi Govil, Christina Graham, Richard Graham, Jimmi Gravesen, Charlotte Gray, Elysia Greening, Philip Greenlow, Richard Greenwood, Dave Griffiths, Jem Grimshaw, Theodor Groeneboom, Nicolas Gueroux, Diego Guerrero, Charlie Habanananda, Samantha Haines, Steven Hall, Orvar Halldorsson, Matt Hallen, Nicholas Hampshire, Qian Han, Clark Harding, Giles Harding, Steve Hardy, Nina Harlan, Joey Harris, Luke Harris, Mark Harrison, Rob Harvey, Nic Hatch, Kyle Hause, Michael Havart, Adam Hawkes, Jack Hawkes, Karsten Hecker, Bayly Heptinstall, Julio Del Rio Hernandez, Joshua Herrig, Laurent Herveic, Martin Hession, Frederic Heymans, Nicholas Hiegel, Swapnil Hirave, Alex Hislop, Laura Hitchcock, Kay Hoddy, Rebecca Holdstock, Rudi Holzapfel, Garrett Honn, Chris Hopkins, Jason Horley, Holly Gregory Horter, Russell Horth, Tia Hoshizaki, Julian Howard, Ritchie Hoyle, Diego Garcia Huerta, Laurent Hugueniot, Álex Huguet, Emma Hulme, Michael Hunault, Matthew Hunt, Julian Hutchens, Nicholas Illingworth, Mark Intravartolo, Christian Irles, Francesc Izquierdo, Laura Jacobs, Alexis Jacobson, Shashank Jadhav, Anna V. James, Jayshri thokal, Henry Jefferson, Manovigianek Jehman, Kevin Jenkins, Allan Torp Jensen, Chris Jestico, Olivier Jezequel, Helen Johnson, Lorraine Johnson, Christopher Django Johnston, Oliver Johnstone, Ben Jones, Bryan Jones, Keith Jones, Marc Jones, Owen Jones, Simon P. Jones, Helen Judd, Scott Seungpil Jung, Theivendran Kabelan, Pratik Kalani, Sudhakar Kankanampati, Per Karefelt, John Kay, Peng Ke, Lucinda Keeler, James D. Kelly, John Kennedy, Emil Kerie, Aslam Khader Hayath, Imran Khan, Zain Khan, Sevendalino Khay, Alex Kim, Steve Kimbrey, Drew King, Jayson King, Pency Kinnard, Coen Klosters, Lev Kolobov, Arek Komorowski, Sean Konrad, Jakob Kousholt, Jaye Krebs, Jai Krishnaswamy, Michal Kriukow, Jakub Krompolc, Marius Kuberczyk, Vikram Kulkarni, Prashant Kumar, Prashant Kumar, Rajnish Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar, Nicha Kumkeaw, Lincoln Kupchak, Amit George Kuruvilla, Leandre Lagrange, Quraishi Laique, Somasundaram Lakshmanan, Zoe Lamaera, Anders Langlands, Alberto Lara, Douglas Larmour, Stuart Lashley, Lorenzo Lavatelli, James Leaning, Aaron Lear, Claudia Lechen, Yannick Lecoffre, Brian Lee, Cory Lee, Paul Lee, Duncan Lees, Bianca Lemus, Christopher Leslie, Raphael Letertre, Benoit Leveau, John Peter Li, David Lieberman, Florent Limouzin, Patricia Llaguno, Benjamin Loch, Esme Long, Beatriz Lorenzo, Natalie Lovatt, Steven Lovell, Charlie Lovett, Adam Lucas, Valy Lungoccia, Hugh Macdonald, Balakrishnan Mahesh, Pranav Malasi, Jay Mallet, Sarah Maloney, Chris Manabe, Manikandan, Govindan Manivannan, Rebecca Manning, Mike Marcus, Sophie Marfleet, Mincho Marinov, Anthony Mariya, Michelle Martin, Abner Marín, Stephen Mascarenhas, Dan Mason, David Fred Masselink, Luke Massingberd, Rachel Matchett, Ian Mathews, Tristan Mathews, Javad Matoorian-Pour, Karin Mattsson, David Mayhew, Alan McCabe, Chris McClintock, Kyle McCulloch, Jason McDonald, Marlin McGlone, Joseph McLamb, Brett McLaughlin, Josh McLaughlin, Liz McLelland, Alasdair McNeill, Dan McRae, Antonio Meazzini, Landon Medeiros, Jignesh Mehta, Tobias Meier, Jordan Mendenhall, Abigail Mendoza, Horacio Mendoza, Rob Menzer, Arthur Mesa, William Mesa, Edwin Metternich, Jaymie Miguel, Ellen E. Miki, Quentin Miles, Lori C. Miller, Gaurav Mishra, Mitch Mitchell, Stephen Molyneaux, Jeanette Monero, Thomas Montminy Brodeur, Ray Moody, Steven Moor, Rafael Morant, Danielle Morley, Dafydd Morris, Antoine Moulineau, Didier Muenza, Michael Mulholland, Catherine Mullan, Ryan Mullany, Kyle Mulqueen, Patrick Murphy, Paul Murphy, Sandra Murta, Ben Myers, Thomas Müller, Rajakanna Nagarajan, Nandhakishore, Marc Nanjo, Bruce Nelson, Jeremy Nelson, Avadhut Nerurkar, Haavard Ness, Elliot Newman, Gary Newman, Antony Nguyen, Rachel Nicoll, John Niforos, Gustaf Nilsson, Reika Nixon, Tom Nixon, Gary Noble, Erik Nordby, John Norris, Dan Novy, Thomas Nugent, Cesar Eiji Nunes, Robert Nzengou-Tayo, Paul Oakley, Stefano Oggeri, Jeffrey A. Okun, Conrad Olson, Lalit Om Prakash, Mark Osborne, Sam Osborne, Matthew Ovens, Jordi Oñate Isal, Molly Pabian, Matthew Packham, Melina Sydney Padua, Oleksandr Panaskevych, Suresh Pandi, Prem Panigrahi, Gurpreet Singh Pannu, Francesco Panzieri, Stephane Paris, Adam Parker, Jesse Parkhill, Jim Parsons, Steve Parsons, Kartik Rajul Patel, Radhika Patel, Shraddha Kishorbhai Patel, Gauri Patil, Yadnyesh Patil, Pratap Patole, Emanuele Pavarotti, Joe Pavlo, Luis F. Pazos, Anthony Peck, John Peck, Arnaud Pecqueur, Gregory Peczinka, Soren Bendt Aaboe Pedersen, Tom Pegg, Claire Pegorier, Stuart Penn, Nikki Penny, Miriam Pepper-Parsons, Manuel Perez, Angelo Perrotta, Daniel Pettipher, Jimmy Philip, Andy Phillips, Emma Phillips, Rob Pieke, John Pierce, Jorge Pimentel, Andrew Pinson, Ian Plumb, Matthew W.B. Plummer, Matthieu Poirey, Melvin Polayah, James Porter, Tim Pounds-Cornish, Diego Prilusky, Rajasekar Prince, Richard Pring, Olivier Pron, Aled Prosser, Howard Protheroe, Jean-Colas Prunier, Mark Prusten, Christopher Puchta, John Purdie, James Purdy, Christian Quickle, Juan Carlos Quintana, Sirio Quintavalle, Michael Ralla, Kumar Ramalingam, Gaurav Rana, Rahul Rana, Michael Ranalletta, Eliza Pelham Randall, Ambrish Rangan, Jennah Rasumussen, Adrian Ratley, Adam Redford, Tom Reed, Paulo Rego, Markus Reithoffer, Marc Rice, Tina Richardson, Hannes Ricklefs, Caprice Ann Ridgeway, Adriano Rinaldi, Carrie Rishel, Bjarni Robert Bragason, Liz Roberts, Scott Robertson, Dave Robinson, Duncan Robson, Chris Rogoski, Petr Rohr, Marco Rolandi, Patric Roos, Justin R. Rotolo, Isabelle Rousselle, Jean-Paul Rovela, Sam Rowan, Theresa Ellis Rygiel, Matthew Sabourin, Ankur Sachdev, Jon Sadonsky, Freddy Salazar, Bhushan Salgaonkar, Sean Samuels, Sandeepchoudhary, Steven Sandles, Martin Sawtell, Jeremy Sawyer, Geoff Sayer, Lena Scanlan, Nico Scapel, Claude Schitter, Sebastian H. Schmidt, Petra Schwane, Andrew Schwartz, Tom Schwarz, Michele Sciolette, Peter Seager, Nicolas Seck, Sajith Sethumadhavan, Sung Seu, Aatesh Shah, Foad Shah, Rahul Sharma, Sanket Shembekar, David Shere, Ceylan Shevket, Keto Shimizu, Asa Shoul, Avdesh Shukla, Josh Shuman, Davide Sibilia, Bobby Silman, Raunaq Singh, Philip Sisk, John Sissen, Phil Smith, Roland So, Perry Hyunwoo Sohn, Laurent Solignac, Jean-David Solon, Arvind Sond, Sepp Sonntag, Henry South, Christopher Stack, Simon Stanley-Clamp, Stephanie Jean Staunton, Adrian Steel, Mark Stepanek, Andy Stevens, Penn Stevens, Charlie Stewart, Jamie R. Stewart, Michele Stocco, James Stone, David Stopford, Sheldon Stopsack, Ken Stranahan, Ileana Stravoskiadi, Alicia Suggs, Vinayaga Sundar, Gilla Surender, Lubos Gerardo Surzin, James Sutton, Marc Sutton, Tammy Sutton, Junaid Syed, Mark Taylor, Noah Taylor, Scott Taylor, Vincent Techer, Sawan Thakrar, Joseph Thomas M., Andrew Thompson, Michael Adam Thompson, Oliver Thornton, Rupert Thorpe, Ashley Tilley, Raymond Tjernstrom, Kim Tobin, Allan Toellner, Thanos Topouzis, Oscar Tornincasa, Adrien Toupet, Iva Trajkovic, Shreedhra Trehan, Gang Trinh, Christine Troianello, Donald Tse, Eric Tsui, Ben Turner, Alexander Turusov, Arnaud Valette, Gianfranco Valle, Lars van der Bijl, Leigh van der Byl, Gert Van Dermeersch, John Van Hoey Smith, Jayme Vandusen, Vasantharajan.g.d, Jesse Vickery, Dan Victoire, Lars Vinther, Leandro Visconti, Gopalarathinam Viswanathan, Vinod Vyas, Maggie Walby, Adam Walker, Shawn Wallbridge, Emily Wallin, Dan Warder, Ben Warner, Joern Weisspfennig, Glenn Wells, Neil West, Andrew Wheater, Nick Whiteley, Tom Whittington, Shane Christopher Wicklund, Ruth Wiegand, Simon Wilkinson, Corrina Wilson, Sally Wilson, Kate Windibank, Kim Wiseman, Stephen Wong, Graham Wood, Rory Woodford, Rachel Wright, Sammy Wu, Alvin Yap, Aviv Yaron, Kwok Keung Yeung, Fabien Yorgandjian, Tim Young, Tim Zaccheo, Zain, Fabio Zaveti, Dan Zelcs, Valur Zophoníasson, Ian Abbott, Magali Barbé, Keith Barton, Cleber Coutinho, Rob Delicata, Mark Edwards, Shaikh Faruq, Nicolas Fourcroy, Nikhil Ghoorbin, Xavier Goubin, Geoffrey Harlos, Brandon Harr, Guy Hauldren, Shane Jackson, Alex Jenyon, Drew Jones, Ashish Khandelwal, S. Gopi Krishna, John Leedham, R. Spencer Lueders, John Martin, Arthur Mesa, John P. Mesa, Christophe Meslin, Nadeem Mohd, Madhok Nisha, Dave Normand, Noel O'Malley, Matt Rank, Rajat Roy, Chris B. Schnitzer, Na Song, David Swift, Akshat Tiwari, Sukumaran Lalithambika Vijin, Nathan Walster, Bruno Xiberras, Christian Zeh


Mehran Armando, Dani Biernat, Rob Cooper, David Cronnelly, Ricardo Cruz Jr., Justo Dieguez, Dave Fisher, David Forman, Glenn Foster, Sarah Franzl, Andy Godbold, Nic Goodey, James Grogan, Krystof Hansbury, Richard Hansen, Paul Jennings, Adam Kirley, Mike Lambert, Paul Lowe, Tina Maskell, Nick McKinless, Jo McLaren, Lee Morrison, Mark Mottram, Ray Nicholas, José Antonio Oña Sánchez, Panayiota Panteli, Domonkos Pardanyi, Buster Reeves, David Tanner, Reg Wayment, Jason White, Maxine Whittaker, Spencer Wilding, Donna Williams, Ben Wright, Jamie Clark, Rob Cooper, Nicholas Daines, Robin Earle, Rob Hayns, Jason Hunjan, Paul Kennington, Adam Kirley, Sonny Louis, Andy Merchant, Peter Miles, David Murrell, Dominic Preece, Amie Stephenson

Camera and Electrical Department

David Appleby, Dominic Aronin, Tasha Back, Chas Bain, Chris Bain, Sebastian Barraclough, Robert Binnall, Hans Bjerno, Neil Blackman, John Bowman, Jason Bulley, Joe Buxton, Luke Cairns, Chris Cavanagh, Chris Clarke, Guy Cope, David Cozens, Jim Crowther, Simon Cullen, Tim Dean, Ian Dobbs, Gary Dormer, Jason Dully, Benjamin Edwards, Laurence Edwards, Tom Elgar, Beisan Elias, Martin Elvin, Jonathan England, Charlie Euston, Mark 'Rocky' Evans, Perry Evans, Warren Evans, Stephen Fell, Mark Funnell, Billy Gamble, Tash Gamper, Chris Gilbertson, Max Glickman, Peter Graf, Stacey Hancox, Charlie Herranz, Scott Hillier, Alice Hobden, Stuart Howell, Will Humphris, Stuart Hurst, Gary Hutchings, Dylan Jones, Ed Jones, Martin Kenzie, Mark Looker, Iain Lowe, Jay Maidment, Tobias Marshall, Guy McCormack, Karl McMillan, Jamie Mills, Dean Morris, Will Morris, Simon Muir, Neil Munro, Phil Murray, Frédéric North, Robert Palmer, Kelly Paul, Keith Perry, Barney Piercy, Miles Proudfoot, Terry Richards, George Richmond, Jonathan 'Chunky' Richmond, Tony Roberts, Gary Romaine, Sean Savage, Ron Shane, David Sinfield, Mario Spanna, Kat Spencer, Simon Thorpe, Neil Tomlin, Colin Townsend, Dan Travers, Gavin Weatherall, Martyn Welland, Ben Wilson, Matt Windon, Tim Wooster, Paul Worley, Wailoon Chung, D. Dominic Devine, Harald Hohenthal, Stuart Hurst, Ian Speed

Animation Department

Vincent Aupetit, Peta Bayley, Dan Blacker, Andrea Castagnoli, Santiago Colomo, Jordi Girones, Sandra Guarda, Lina Kouznetsova, Kristina Krebs, Paul Lada, Diego Maia, Jerad Marantz, Peter Panton, Liam Russell, Nicolas Seck, Alfonso Sicilia, Joe Smith, Max Solomon, Elwaleed Suliman, Mathieu Vig

Casting Department

Abigail Barbier, Louis Elman, Katharina Hofmann, Rose Wicksteed

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Jill Avery, Christiane Barbknecht, Karen Beale, David Bethell, Emma Bevan, Simon Brindle, Neil Bristow, Lorraine Burn, Tony Carter, Kasia Chojnowska, Graham Churchyard, Lee Croucher, Liz Dann, Nicola Foy, Steve Gell, Perry Goyen, Dan Grace, Brendan Handscombe, Jamie Harvey, Maxine Heywood, Harriet Johnson, Nicky Jones, Whitaker Malem, Ann Maskrey, Lily Mathiszig-Lee, Fiona McCann, Simon McGuire, Benjamin Palmer, Christof Roche-Gordon, Nicholas Roche-Gordon, Charlie Sadler, Charlie Salmon, Steve Scotton, Sara Sensoy, Adrian Simmons, Guy Speranza, Joan Staley, Maurizio Torti, Trethanna Trevarthen, Lupt Utama, Jo Van Schuppen, Wyn Vaughan-Humphreys, Holly Waddington, Ros Ward, Justine Warhurst, Sheena Wichary, Widaad Williams, Naomi Critcher, John Frade, Kevin Giles, Raymond Widdowson

Editorial Department

Matt Adams, Cherri Arpino, Matthew Benns, Susan Bliss, Mark Burton, Vikram Dharankar, John Ensby, Jason Fabbro, David Freeman, Ed Hall, Tansy Huws, Todd Kleparski, Andrew MacRitchie, Max Malagoni, Mark Miessner, Gregg Schaublin, Jo Stedall, Dominic Thomson, Allen Tracy, Matthew Tucker, Lee Wimer, Jane Winkles, James Winnifrith, Jodie Davidson, Daniel Paress, Laurie Pellard

Location Management

Tom Asquith, José Luis Ayra, Linzi Baltrunas, George Batchelor, Terry Blyther, Alan Braid, Sean Ip Fung Chun, Geoff Dibben, Luc Gavigan, Colin Giles, Robin Higgs, Phil Hounam, Rafael Rodriguez Lamas, Jamie Lengyel, Laurie Mahon, Charlotte Mills, Izaskun Montilla, Ellen Parkes, Drew Payne, Yanira de Armas Tosco, Dan Wheatley, Jason Allen, Hannah McKimm, Hannah Roose

Music Department

Christopher Benstead, Mark Berrow, Tony Blondal, Heather Cairncross, Chris Clad, Stephen Coleman, Eric Crees, Andrew Crowley, Grace Davidson, Michael Dore, Matt Dunkley, Sarah Eyden, Gavin Greenaway, Tina Guo, Vanessa Heine, Michael Higham, Rick Ippolito, Bryce Jacobs, Steven Kofsky, Joanna Forbes L'Estrange, Oli Langford, Katia Lewin Jablonsky, Dominic Lewis, Steve Mair, Callum McIntosh, Alan Meyerson, Andy Parker, Satnam Ramgotra, Patrick Savage, Darren Smith, Peter Oso Snell, Noah Sorota, Bobby Tahouri, Steve Trowell, Allen Walley, Lawrence Wallington, Bruce White, Robert White, Jonathan Williams, Mark Wood, Geoff Zanelli, Carter Armstrong, Rachel Bolt, Neil Davidge, Dave Foster, Geoff Foster

Script and Continuity Department

Katrina Barton, Caroline Bowker, Julia Chiavetta, Laura Miles, Lisa Vick, Louise Wade

Transportation Department

Guido Braun, Steven Brigden, Walt Edson, Darren Fenny, Bobby Finn, David Gwyther, Ergun Halil, Chris Hammond, Tony Jayes, Stephen Lawrence, David Lloyd, Graeme Main, Colin McDaid, Mark Morris, Colin Simmons, Barry Stevenson, Andrew Thurlbourne, Gerry Turner, Piotr Walczak, Barrie Williams, Dean Burtenshaw

Additional Crew

Caridad Angus, Holly Asquith, Dennis Bakriges, Michael Beaudin, Danielle Bennett, David Bispham, Christian Black, Samantha Black, Charles Bodycomb, Valentina Borfecchia, Graham Bowen, Clare Brody, Ally Burnett, Guy Campbell, Roisin Carty, Carolina Cedres, Nicole Chapman, Martin Child, Jamie Clark, Steven Clarke, Maria Corbould, Greg Corke, Patricia Cos, Celine Coulson, David Coupland, Lucy Cover, Cristiano D'Urso, Lisa Davidson, R.H. Davies, Clifford De Spenser, Robin Demetriou, Ignacio Dominguez, Lucy Drury, Charles Edwards, Patricia Estevez, Alastair Ferris-Leak, Samantha Gardner, Alex Gavigan, Tania Gordon, Michael Groom, Tony Hickey, Ashley Hill, Jason Horwood, Adrian Hubbard, Mira Husseini, Francesca Jaynes, Matthew Jenkins, Mikael Jaeger Jensen, Alexandra Jordan, Pamela Joyce, John Kearney, Anthony L. Kennedy, Karl King, Amanda Kirchhoff, Nick Komornicki, Christian Labarta, Anthony Le Breton, Deborah Leakey, Katie Lee, Rachel Lilley, Keiran Mahon, Teresa Mahoney, John Malakoff, Natalie Maloy, Stefano Margaritelli, Kat Moore, Helen Morgan, Victoria Morgan, Michael Mungroo, Josh Muzaffer, George Nelson, Frédéric North, Oliver Nudds, Liana Nyquist, Darren O'Connell, Robert Harrison O'Neil, Carolyn O'Reilly, William O'Toole, Steve Old, Bibiana Omar-Zajtai, Ann Ormesher, David Paris, Bonnie Parker, Peggy Pere, Natasha Phelan, Charlotte Piddington, Helen Pritchard, Andrew Pyke, Gill Raddings, Norman Campbell Rees, Christina Rice, Gary Richens, Angela Rowden, Nanw Rowlands, Jean-Marc Rulier, Rohit Sharma, Dave Shaw, Mark Sonoda, Toby Spanton, Luke Stevenson, James Stewart, Naomi Stone, Paul Straw, Celeste Talaszek, Jane Thurlow, Katharine Tidy, Emma Timms, Gemma Todd Smithers, Craig Topham, Rob Townsend, Mariia Viita, Ronnie Wallis, Carla Wattley, Pete White, Tony White, Michal Whitty, Tim Wildgoose, Betty Williams, Ginger Wilson, Hugo Yanes, David Zealey, Josh Allan, Stephanie Bell, Jim Clubb, Oliver Dance, Arie Dekker, Begoña Edreira, Lee Francis, Gareth Lewis, Garry Marriott, Nick McKinless, Matthew Milam, David Monteath, Tom Perry, Harry Roth, Mark Sealey


Action, Adventure, Fantasy


Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment, Thunder Road Pictures


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Short Description

Clash of the Titans is a 2010 action fantasy film and remake of the 1981 film of the same name produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (the rights to which had been acquired by Warner Bros. in 1996 through its purchase of Turner). The story is very loosely based on the Greek myth of Perseus. An Australian-American production directed by Louis Leterrier from a screenplay by Travis Beacham, Phil Hay, and Matt Manfredi, starring Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Mads Mikkelsen, Alexa Davalos, Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson, the film was originally set for standard release on March 26, 2010. However, it was later announced that the film would be converted to 3D and was released on April 2, 2010.

Clash of the Titans grossed $493 million worldwide, though it received generally negative reviews from critics and received two Golden Raspberry Awards nominations. The film s success led to a sequel, Wrath of the Titans, released in March 2012.

Box Office Budget

$125,000,000 (estimated)

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