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Wrath of the Titans (DVD)

Wrath of the Titans is a 2012 action fantasy film and a sequel to the 2010 film Clash of the Titans. The film stars Sam Worthington, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, Édgar Ramírez, Toby Kebbell, Danny Huston, Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson, with Jonathan Liebesman directing a screenplay by Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson from a story by them and Greg Berlanti. Wrath of the Titans takes place a decade after the events of the preceding film as the gods lose control over the imprisoned Titans (thanks to humanity s lack of prayers which also is draining their immortality) and Perseus is called, this time to rescue his father Zeus, overthrow the Titans, and save mankind.

Talk of a sequel began with the release of Clash of the Titans in March 2010. Writers Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson were hired in June 2010 and director Jonathan Liebesman was brought on board in August 2010. The majority of the casting took place between January and February 2011. Principal photography began in London in March 2011. Like its predecessor, the film was converted to 3D in post-production. Wrath of the Titans was released in 2D and 3D on March 30, 2012, in the United States. The film received widespread negative reception from critics and grossed $302 million worldwide. A sequel entitled Revenge of the Titans was planned for a 2013 release, but was cancelled due to the two films critical failures and too few ideas for the script.


Ten years after defeating Hades Kraken, Perseus, the demigod son of Zeus, now lives as a fisherman with his young son Heleus, after the death of his wife Io. Zeus visits Perseus and asks for his help, saying that humans are not praying to the gods; as a result, the gods are losing their power and becoming mortal, meaning they can no longer sustain the walls of Tartarus which are holding back the imprisoned Titan Kronos from freedom. Perseus, valuing his family s safety, refuses to get involved.

Zeus meets his brothers Hades and Poseidon and his son Ares in Tartarus. He asks Hades s help in rebuilding Tartarus s walls, but Hades rejects the offer and attacks Zeus. Ares too, having decided to betray Zeus, attacks his father. Poseidon is fatally injured in the ensuing fight. Hades and Ares imprison Zeus, stealing his thunderbolt. They plan to make a deal with Kronos; in exchange for remaining immortal, they will drain Zeus s divine power to revive Kronos. The walls of Tartarus break, unleashing monsters onto the world.

After killing a two-headed Chimera that attacked his village, Perseus travels to meet his father. He instead finds a dying Poseidon who informs him of the circumstances and tells him to find his demigod son Agenor, who will lead him to Hephaestus, who knows the way into Tartarus. Poseidon then gives Perseus his trident and succumbs to his injuries. Perseus, Andromeda and Agenor set out to find Hephaestus on a hidden island.

Agenor explains that Hephaestus created three weapons which Zeus, Hades, and Poseidon wield: Zeus s thunderbolt, Hades s pitchfork, and Poseidon s trident, which can jointly form the Spear of Trium, the only weapon that can defeat Kronos. After an encounter with three 30 ft. Cyclopes, the travelers eventually meet the now-mortal Hephaestus and reach the entrance of a labyrinth leading to Tartarus. Hephaestus sacrifices himself during an attack by Ares to enable Perseus, Andromeda, and Agenor to enter the labyrinth. Once inside the labyrinth they encounter the Minotaur that attacks them, but Perseus manages to kill it.

The group eventually enters Tartarus. Meanwhile, Zeus has been almost entirely drained of power as Kronos awakens. Zeus apologizes to Hades for banishing him to the underworld and asks his forgiveness, as he has forgiven Hades for his actions. Hades decides to help Zeus and stop Kronos in contrast to Ares, who still wants to proceed to the former s revival. Perseus arrives and frees Zeus. Ares wounds Zeus with Hades pitchfork, allowing Perseus to obtain it before he and the others escape Tartarus with Zeus.

Aiming to retrieve Zeus thunderbolt from Ares in order to defeat Kronos, Perseus challenges him to a duel. Meanwhile, Andromeda s army is overwhelmed by the Makhai. Hades revives Zeus and together they defeat the creatures. Kronos appears and begins to attack Andromeda s army. Zeus and Hades hold off Kronos while Perseus duels Ares, eventually killing him with the thunderbolt. Combining the gods weapons into the Spear of Trium, Perseus destroys Kronos by traveling to his heart and throwing the spear into it.

Zeus reconciles with Perseus and then dies of his wounds. Hades leaves, telling Perseus that he is now powerless. Perseus kisses Andromeda, and Heleus tells his father that he wants to return to his life as a fisherman, but Perseus tells him they can t. Perseus encourages Heleus to be proud of himself, as he is the son of Perseus and the grandson of Zeus. The film ends with Perseus giving his sword to Heleus.


  • Sam Worthington as Perseus, the demigod son of Zeus, who defeated the Kraken and saved humanity; Zeus enlists Perseus help in order to defeat the Titan Kronos. None of Perseus’ adventures in the film are based on mythological sources.
  • Liam Neeson as Zeus, the king of the gods as well as the god of the sky, lightning and thunder. Also Perseus father.
  • Ralph Fiennes as Hades, the god of the underworld and the dead. Hades is a brother of Zeus who resents his brother for having been appointed lord of the underworld.
  • Rosamund Pike as Andromeda, who was saved by Perseus when she was a princess; now crowned Queen of Argos, she joins Perseus in his quest to defeat Kronos. Pike replaced Alexa Davalos in the role, due to a scheduling conflict. In classical mythology, Andromeda was a princess of Aethiopia, who marries Perseus after he saves her from the sea monster Cetus.
  • Toby Kebbell as Agenor, the demigod son of Poseidon; he joins Perseus in his quest to defeat Kronos. The character is only very loosely based on the mythological Agenor, son of Poseidon and Libya, who was King of Tyre in Phoenicia.
  • Bill Nighy as Hephaestus, god of metalworkers and blacksmiths who forged of the gods weapons. He was called the Fallen One for taking Hades side in a family dispute.
  • Édgar Ramírez as Ares, the god of war and violence, who betrays his father Zeus to join Hades.
  • Danny Huston as Poseidon, the god of the sea, Agenor s father. Huston had also played Poseidon in one scene in the previous film.

Lily James appears as Korrina, a female warrior from Argos, while Matt Milne plays another Argive soldier. Alejandro Naranjo plays the Argive general Mantius.

John Bell plays Helius, the young son of Perseus and Io. In classical Greek mythology, Helius was one of the sons of Perseus and Andromeda; not Io who lived hundreds of years before Perseus and was actually one of his ancestors.

Sinead Cusack plays the local healer and teacher Clea.

The Minotaur is performed by Spencer Wilding, with Martin Bayfield motion-captured the oldest of the three cyclopes, who are based on the mythological cyclopes Arges, Steropes, and Brontes, who assisted Hephaestes.


Talks of a sequel to Clash of the Titans began as early as March 2010. Tamer Hassan, who played Ares in the first film, stated at the film s world premiere that, They want this one to do well so they can go ahead with the sequel, Return of the Gods . In April 2010 it was reported that director Louis Leterrier would not return to direct, but would be an executive producer on the second installment. The report also stated that Sam Worthington was on board and that Greg Berlanti would write the story.

In June 2010, Warner Bros. hired David Leslie Johnson and Dan Mazeau to write the screenplay, with Basil Iwanyk returning as the producer. It was announced that the sequel would be filmed in 3D, rather than being converted to 3D as the first film was. In August 2010, it was reported that Jonathan Liebesman had signed on as director.

In September 2010, Liebesman confirmed that Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson would be returning. However, Arterton did not reprise her role for unknown reasons, leaving her character, Io, dead in the film, which means the sequel must have been directed with the original intended ending for the first film which did not see her revived, as was the case with the final cut. In December 2010, Neeson revealed that the film would be titled Wrath of the Titans and that filming was expected to begin next March.

In January 2011, it was reported that Édgar Ramírez and Toby Kebbell were in negotiations to play Ares and Agenor respectively. It was also reported that Bill Nighy was being courted to play Hephaestus. Additionally, Hayley Atwell was on the shortlist of actresses screen testing for the role of Andromeda, played in the previous film by Alexa Davalos who left due to a scheduling conflict. Other actresses being considered for Andromeda included Georgina Haig, Janet Montgomery, Dominique McElligott, and Clémence Poésy.

In February 2011, it was reported that Rosamund Pike was near a deal for the part. Also in February, Liebesman announced that Wrath of the Titans would be converted to 3D rather than shot in 3D as previously reported despite the negative criticism the first Clash of the Titans received for its use of post-conversion 3D. Liebesman explained, I think what you have to remember is the first film was neither shot nor edited with 3D in mind. It was shot as a 2D movie and edited as a 2D film, and they decided to convert it with six or seven weeks to go until release, which is insane; the technology was not there. That s why we re conceiving it from the start, from the ground up, in 3D, editing in 3D for 3D. Liebesman also stated the reason behind the conversion was because he wants to shoot on film, which will give the film s imagery better texture than he would get shooting digitally.

Principal photography began on March 23, 2011. Filming took place in studios outside London and later shot on location in Surrey, South Wales and in the Canary Islands on the island of Tenerife and Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia.


Wrath of the Titans premiered on March 26, 2012, at the AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City. Warner Bros. Pictures released the film in theaters in the United States on March 30, 2012.

Home media

Wrath of the Titans was released on Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, DVD and digital download on June 26, 2012.


Box office

There s a lesson here: It s better to burn out than to fade away, as Neil Young famously sang, but not in the film business. If Wrath of the Titans ultimately flops, then, it will do so in the exact form today s Hollywood prefers: safely, quietly, without much of a fuss.

—Robert Levin of The Atlantic regarding the film s box office prospects and results.

Wrath of the Titans earned $83.6 million in North America and $221.6 million internationally for a worldwide total of $301 million, less than the $493 million grossed by its predecessor. The film was co-financed by Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures for $150 million, about $25 million more than it cost to produce the original. It debuted day-and-date in 61 markets worldwide sans Japan and delivered a global opening of $110.3 million.

In the United States and Canada, the film was released in a total of 3,545 theaters with 2,900 3D locations (4,400 3D screens), and 290 IMAX locations. Initially, it was projected open around with $35–40 million. It opened Friday, March 30, 2012, with $1 million from midnight screenings in 1,490 theaters. The film went on to earn $34.2 million in North America over the weekend, finishing in second place behind The Hunger Games which was playing its second weekend. The opening was over half of the original s $61.2 million debut. It played well in IMAX representing $4.7 million of the total weekend s gross. The follow-up attracted a large male contingent on its opening weekend with 66%. Roughly 65% of the moviegoers – about 55% of whom were over the age of 25 – saw the film in 3D.

Dan Fellman, Warner Bros. president of domestic distribution, said the comparison between the opening of the first and second film was not fair because the original opened on Good Friday, when more teenagers were out on spring break. He lamented on the film s poor box office performance: We made a decision to open a week before the holiday this time and generate positive word-of-mouth since we had issues with the last one regarding the 3-D conversion, we re gonna get there – we re just gonna get there in a different way. However, despite not opening on a holiday weekend, the film had the advantage of playing a week before Easter in which the company could avail the spring break, which was staggered over the next two weeks. However, all this didn t necessarily aid the film s further box office performance. Warner Bros. said they didn t expect the sequel to reach the same level.

Outside North America, the film had a more successful opening but this success later dwindled due to poor word of mouth and eventually was unable to topple the first film s final $332 million international gross. It opened in first place – dethroning The Hunger Games — with $76.1 million from 14,600 screens (9,766 of which were in 3D) in 60 territories. It debuted in first place in 46 markets, notably in nine of the top 12 international territories including Korea ($4.3 million), France ($3.1 million) and Italy ($1.8 million). Its biggest opening territories were Russia and the CIS ($12.8 million, representing 18% of the total weekend foreign take), Mexico ($5.2 million) and Brazil ($4.1 million). The film was ranked No. 1 in 11 markets across Latin America. Also internationally, it had an IMAX opening of $4 million from 176 screens – or $22,000 per site – with Russia contributing about $55,000 per-screen at 19 IMAX locations.

Critical response

Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, reports that 26% of 174 surveyed critics gave the film a positive review; the average rating is 4.5/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Its 3D effects are an improvement over its predecessor s, but in nearly every other respect, Wrath of the Titans fails to improve upon the stilted acting, wooden dialogue, and chaos-driven plot of the franchise s first installment. Metacritic assigned the film an average score of 37 out of 100 based on 32 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . In CinemaScore polls conducted during the opening weekend, audiences gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale, slightly better than the first film s B grade.

The film earned a Razzie Award nomination for Neeson as Worst Supporting Actor. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter called it, A relentlessly mechanical piece of work that will not or cannot take the imaginative leaps to yield even fleeting moments of awe, wonder or charm . Roger Ebert, who gave the first film three stars, awarded Wrath with only two, remarking It lacks a comprehensible story, and you won t need your CliffsNotes on the Greek myths. You get an idea of who the major players are, and then they spend a modest amount of time shouting laughable dialogue at one another while being all but forced off the screen by special effects. . Mark Olsen of the Los Angeles Times criticized, Directed this time out by Jonathan Liebesman, the film lacks inspiration or zest in storytelling, performance or action. This is pure product, a movie desperately without energy or enthusiasm of any kind . However, there have been some positive reviews. Andrew Barker of Variety noted that, The franchise has matured ever so slightly with Wrath of the Titans, hewing incrementally more faithfully to its Greek origins and trimming the fat in essential places . Richard Corliss of Time magazine wrote, Wrath radiates the straight-forward, straight-faced pleasures of the mytho-muscular epics, like Hercules and Jason and the Argonauts, produced in Europe a half-century ago . Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly commented, For a movie that s basically all warmed-over pseudo-mythology and special effects, Wrath of the Titans is certainly more fun, in its solemnly junky way, than John Carter. It may also be a little more fun than its cheeseball predecessor, the 2010 remake of Clash of the Titans .

Cancelled sequel

Following the film s release, a second sequel, called Revenge of the Titans, was in the pipeline. However, due to Wrath s disappointing critical reception and box office returns, the project was later shelved. In May 2013, Worthington stated he did not think a third film would be made. In December 2013, producer Basil Iwanyk confirmed the sequel was not happening due to a lack of fresh ideas for the script.




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Awards, 2 wins & 3 nominations


Jonathan Liebesman


Dan Mazeau, David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, Greg Berlanti


Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Rosamund Pike

Produced by

Kevin de la Noy, Basil Iwanyk, Jon Jashni, Polly Johnsen, Louis Leterrier, Callum McDougall, Thomas Tull

Music by

Javier Navarrete

Cinematography by

Ben Davis

Film Editing by

Martin Walsh

Casting By

Jina Jay

Production Design by

Charles Wood

Art Direction by

Thomas Brown, Ray Chan, Jordan Crockett, Stuart Kearns, Paul Kirby, Mike Stallion, Hayley Easton Street, Mark Swain

Set Decoration by

Lee Sandales

Costume Design by

Jany Temime

Makeup Department

Kevin Alexander, Candice Banks, Ivan Bejarano, Jacqueline Bhavnani, Romaine Bowman, Stuart Browne, Nicola Buck, Martina Byrne, Steven Byrne, Claire Cameron, Nathaniel De Lineadeus, David Dorling, Paul Engelen, May Gascoigne, Andre Gilbert, Barrie Gower, Jo Grover, Peter Hawkins, Victoria Holt, Deborah Jarvis, Dana Kalder, Sarah Kelly, James Kernot, Amanda Knight, Cerina Knott, Melissa Lackersteen, Sophie Langford, Daniel Lawson Johnston, Sebastian Lochmann, Göran Lundström, Chris Lyons, David Malinowski, Claire Matthews, Pepe Mora, Sharon Nicholas, Julie Nightingale, Conor O Sullivan, Dhruve Patel, Claire Pawsey, Iván Pohárnok, Paula Price, Bernadette Schett, Andrew Simonin, Lisa Tomblin, Valentina Visintin, Jane Walker, Noriko Watanabe, Evie Wray, Jessica Alexander, Sylvia Atkins, Farah Beegun, Jessica Brooks, Lucy Browne, Anna Cash, Tania Couper, Betsan Dafydd, Anwen Davies, Hannah Eccleston, Wendy Kemp Forbes, Doone Forsyth, Charlotte Giles, Richard Glass, Jennifer Harty, Suzanne Jansen, Gareth John, Marianna Kelleher, Laura Lilley, Emma Mash, Donald McInnes, Flora Moody, Caroline Morrison, Marc Pilcher, Julia Plant, Laura Pollock, Nina Pratley, Natalie Reid, Sophie Slotover, Claire Williams, Pippa Woods

Production Management

Gary Bunn, David Cain, Bill Daly, Bill Draper, Elizabeth Miller Gavcus, Tim Grover, Kevin Jenkins, Marianne Jenkins, Jeremy Johns, Nikolas Korda, Russell Lodge, Callum McDougall, Hermione Ninnim, Juan Cano Nono, Akshay Ravi, Michael Sharp, Ty Warren, Andreas Wentz

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Diego Betancor, Mark Cockren, Nick Davis, Tania Gordon, Robert Grayson, Toby Hefferman, Nora Henderson, María Herrera Badía, Katharina Hofmann, Mark Hopkins, Emma Horton, Paul Jennings, Caroline Kaempfer, James R. Kipping, Christian Labarta, Peter MacDonald, Andy Madden, James McGrady, Josey McNamara, Michael Michael, Saloum N Jie, Terry Needham, Alex Oakley, Nick Starr, Kim Whittaker

Art Department

François Baranger, Jim Barr, Ben Barrington-Groves, Rob Bean, Ivan Bejarano, Lee Biggs, Alex Bowens, Jennifer Bowes, Richard K. Buoen, Jack Candy-Kemp, Joe Cassar, Joel Chang, Sam Chapman, Bob Cheshire, Danny Clark, Jane Clark, Matt Codd, Dylan Cole, Guy Cope, Emma Coppin, Jack Cox, Kelton Cram, Quentin Davies, Amanda Dazely, Gina De Ferrer, Gary Dempsey, Jillian Drujon, Sander Ellers, James Enright, Andy Evans, Jonathan James Evans, Mimsy Farmer, Laurent Ferrie, James Foley, Stephen Forrest-Smith, John Fox, Pip Fox, Jack Garwood, Paul Gerrard, Miguel Giron Becker, Gary Gleeson, Louis Glickman, Clare Gosnold, Peter Graffham, Ian Grant, John Greaves, Steve Harris, Jane Harwood, Paul Hearn, Kathy Heaser, Terry Heggarty, David Hodges, David Hynes, Rhys Ifan, Tara Ilsley, Nicky Kaill, Matthew Kerly, Terry Lambert, Dominique Law, Stephane Levallois, Elizabeth Loach, Elena Machado Hernández, Joanna Maeva, Tom Major, Christopher Mansey, Jerad Marantz, Simon Marsay, Blake Maslin, Lily Mathiszig-Lee, Simon McGuire, Brynn McQuade, Ossie Merchant, Nathan Middleton, Christopher James Miller, Dean Morris, Steven Morris, Ian Murray, Craig Narramore, Antony Nguyen, William Nolan, Jonathan Norman, Camise Oldfield, Anthony Owen, Paul Pattison, Stephen Pearton, Nick Pelham, John Pitt, Francis Poirier, Peter Popken, Andrew Proctor, George Pugh, Adam Rashbrook, Charles Ratteray, Tyrone Reed, Steffen Reichstadt, Claire Nia Richards, Jean-Louis Riols, Oliver Roberts, Ian Rolfe, Annushka Russell, Christian Short, Aaron Sims, Michael Sinnott, Danny Smith, Mia Summerville, Jim Taylor, Charis Theobald, Jenny Tobin, Yanira de Armas Tosco, Arnaud Valette, Emma Vane, Kate Venner, Toby Wagner, Dan Walker, Wolfgang Walther, Amanda Ward, Dicken Warner, Jake Wells, Ian Whiteford, Tom Whitehead, Simeon Wilkins, Buddie Wilkinson, Jamie Wilkinson, Simon Wilkinson, Carl Wilson, Julian Wilson, Lawrence Wright, Dorrie Young, Ian Zawadzki, Rachel Ziegelmeier, Francesco Corvino, Alfonso De La Torre, Darren Fitzsimons, Matt Handford, Natasha Jones, Emma Lovell, Darrel Morland, Luca Scaroni, Thomas Wingrove

Sound Department

Dafydd Archard, Christopher Atkinson, Romar Bennett, Luke Brown, Sandy Buchanan, Peter Burgis, John Cochrane, Simon Diggins, Mike Dowson, Lloyd Dudley, Thomas Fennell, Michael Fentum, Steve Finn, Glen Gathard, Dominic Gibbs, Peter Gleaves, Tom Harrison, Alistair Hawkins, James Hyde, Gideon Jensen, Gareth John, Rob Killick, Nick Kray, Adam Laschinger, Jed Loughran, Richard Lovell, James Mather, Dave Murricane, Luke O Connell, Emmet O Donnell, Jordan O Neill, Kevin Penney, James Shannon, Ivan Sharrock, Jason Stevens, Jason Swanscott, Mark Taylor, Ryan Young, Mark Paterson, Tom Sedgwick

Special Effects by

Kirby Allen-D Cruze, Tim Ambridge, Beverly Austin, Julie Bentley, Caimin Bourne, David Brighton, Ben Broadbridge, Mathieu Burri, Michael Byrne, Chris Clarke, Gary Cohen, Chris Corbould, Malcolm Crash Corbould, Maria Corbould, Neil Corbould, Benjamin Crean, Dennison Crook, Dean Davey, Keith Dawson, Michael Dawson, Brian Duff, Andrew Duffy, John Duffy, Raymond Ferguson, Nick Finlayson, Xander Forterie, Tom Goodman, Oliver Guy-Watkins, Peter Haran, Peter Hawkins, Rob Hayns, Stuart Heath, Andy Hunt, Stuart Hurst, Mark Hutchinson, Nick Jeffries, David Johns, Nick Joscylene, Anna Krawczyk, Gergö Lengyel, Luke Marcel, Sarah Mathieson, Mark McKendry, Doug McKenna, Martin Marty McLaughlin, Noah Meddings, Jessica Moore, Ian Morse, Chris Motjuoadi, David Mundin, Neil Murray, Nigel Nixon, Declan O Donnell, Gilles Paillet, Steven Painter, Varion Pereira, Delroy Reid, Marcus Richardson, Lee Rider, Darren Robinson, Dave Roddham, Helen Rowe, Eduardo Sampedro, Ty Senior, Kevin Skehan, James Smith, Kate Alexandra Smith, Ana Stichini, David Pinkie Thomas, Oliver Thomas, Neil Toddy Todd, Joel Vitow, Cliff Wallace, Steven Warner, David Watkins, Mark White, Michael White, Stuart Wishart, Bradley Woodbridge

Visual Effects by

Aurelia Abate, Rehan Abdulovski, Abubakar Abrar, Hunny Agarwal, Nidhi Agarwal, Rohit Agarwal, Holly Aldersley, Marcus Alexander, Maxwell Alexander, Maria Asim Ali, Antony Allen, Oliver Allen-Wielebnowski, Eric Almeras, Valeria Andino, Brett Angelillis, Gabriel Arnold, Ashley Arthur, Ruth Asensio, Myles Asseter, Tony Atherton, Davey Atkinson, Nithin Babu, Fiorenza Bagnariol, Richard Baillie, Richard Baker, Manjusha Balachandran-Hall, Sanjay Baliga, Matthew Ball, Andrzej Bandurski, Hernan Barros, Peter Bartfay, Gunjan Baruah, Yadeep Batala, Jeremy Bazin, Nicolas Beaufays, Paul F. Becker, Stuart Becker, Leah Beevers, Alex Belgeonne, Adrian Bell, Matthew E. 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Hall, Faraz Hameed, Nicholas Hampshire, Rupert Hancock, Dan Hands, Patrick Harboun, Giles Harding, Suresh Hari, Jake Harrell, Andrew Harris, Jordan B. Harris, Ben Harrison, Chloe Harrison, Mark Harrison, Karsten Hecker, Oliver Heinrich, Jaycee Hendriks, Laurent Herveic, Warwick Hewett, Nicholas Hiegel, Claire Louise Hill, Sean Hince, Cristian Hinz, Bryan Hirota, Andre Hitsøy, Thomas Rotohiko Hobman, Victoria Hodson, Graham Hopkins, Daniel Horgan, Jason Horley, Vincent Houze, Ritchie Hoyle, U-Sun I Hu, Matthew Hunt, Andrew Hutton, Nile Hylton, Todorovski Ilija, Paul Ingram, David Ireland, Shinya Ishii, Velichko Ivanov, Albena Ivanova, Francesc Izquierdo, Lakshmi J.K., Abby Jacobsen, Gilbert James, Zafar Janjua, Risto Jankkila, Sivaprakash Jeevanantham, Kevin Jenkins, Eugene Jeong, Hanjoo Jeong, Chris Jestico, Jakub Jezek, Olivier Jezequel, Chao Jiang, Lorraine Johnson, Matthew Frederick Johnson, Marc Jones, Owen Jones, Timothy P. 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Kelly, Kat Kelly, Aslam Khader Hayath, Raymond King, Abhishek Janardan Kini, Ghiwari Kiran, James Kirk, Darko Kjurchievski, Niels Kleinheinz, Bastian Klucker, Jonathan Knight, Stewart Kojima, Anne Putnam Kolbe, Lev Kolobov, Rohit Korgaonkar, Sergey Kosarev, Lon Krung, Alexander Kubinyi, Swapnil Kulkarni, Vikram Kulkarni, Nidhi Kullu, Sujay Kumar G., Nitesh Kumar, Rajnish Kumar, Ranjan Kumar, Sendil Kumar, Vikas Kumar, Thilo Kuther, Laurent Laban, Leandre Lagrange, Blake Laing-Smith, William Lambeth, Anders Langlands, Toby Langley, Charlotte Larive, Thomas Lautenbach, James Travis Lawrence, Kamy Leach, Nicolas Leblanc, Florent Lebrun, Chris LeDoux, Seong Joon Lee, Janek Lender, Dan Letarte, Julian Levi, David Lieberman, Anu Liikkanen, Jack Lilburn, Daniel Linger, Richard Little, Patricia Llaguno, Kimberly Nelson LoCascio, Dave Lockwood, Armando Lombardo, James Long, Justin Long, Andreas Loose, Gabriel Lopez, Gianluca Lopez, Lydia Lopez-Arteaga, Steven Lovell, Ting-Yun Lu, Andreu Lucio Archs, Kenneth Lui, Sophie Luto, David Lyon, Hugh Macdonald, Julia MacMullen, Philip Maddock, Kevin Mah, Suraj Makhija, Subhadip Malakar, Sameer Malik, Jeffrey Manchester, Christina Mandia, Jatinder Singh Manhas, Manikandan, Govindan Manivannan, Thomas Mansencal, Michael Mansueto, Neelkanth Mapara, Anthony Mariya, Gary Marshall, Jose Martin, Mario Maruska, Joseph Marut, Abner Marín, Stephen Mascarenhas, Shawn Mason, Francisco Massanet, Rachel Matchett, Dexter Matias, Daniel Matley, Giacomo Matteucci, David Mayhew, Corey Mayne, Jon McCoy, Jonathan Mcfall, Marlin McGlone, Andrew McGregor, Scott McInnes, Steve McLafferty, Joseph McLamb, Fiona McLean, Liz McLelland, Genevieve McMahon, Rachel McPherson, Gus Melton, Omar Meradi, Simon Mercer, Aron Merritt, Károly Mesterházy, Adrian Metzelaar, Ellie Meure, Midhun, Adam Miels, Luca Mignardi, Mark Millena, Giacomo Mineo, Carlos Miras Sepulveda, Mitch Mitchell, Jambunatha Mn, Buhas Mohammedunny P., Kama Moiha, Stephen Molyneaux, Oliver Money, Daniel Moore, Troy Moore, Carlos Morales, Thomas Mouraille, Martin Mueller, Atyeb Muneer, Brian Murphy, Sandra Murta, Jesh Krishna Murthy, Marcell Nagy, Anoop M. Nair, Bavindra Nama, Arjun Namdeo, Nandhakishore, Marc Nanjo, Masa Narita, Evgueni Naverniouk, Surough Nayak, Devesh Neema, Andreas Nehls, Marlene Nehls, Charlotte Nelson, Shaan Nelson, Nick Newberry, Antony Nguyen, Dillan Nicholls, Tristan Alice Nieto, Tommy Nikjoo, David J. Nolan, Espen Nordahl, Brandon Norris, John Norris, Brian Nugent, Barry O Brien, Mike O Neill, Paula Olszowska, Daniele Orsetti, Sam Osborne, Jon Ossitt, Matthew Ovens, Olivier Ozoux, Manish Pachauri, Marc Page, John Palmer, Guo Kun Pan, Shivkumar Panchal, Gurpreet Singh Pannu, Vincent Papaix, Puja Parikh, Adam Parker, Stuart Partridge, Nikul Patel, Radhika Patel, Shraddha Kishorbhai Patel, Vishal Rajendra Patel, Sujeet Patil, Pratap Patole, Joe Pavlo, Laura Pavone, Aragon Pawson, Sachin Shivajirao Pendalwar, Enrico Perei, Melvin Pereira, Nuno Nisa Pereira, Manuel Perez, Samuel Perez, Menelaos Peristeridis, Matt Perrin, Billy Perry, Richard Perry, Vesna Peshevska, Joep Peters, Dennis Petkov, Valentin Petrov, Dojchin Petrovski, Goran Petrushevski, Kim Phelan, Will Phillips, Andrew Pinson, Camil Planella, Henriette Plum, Ariele Podreider Lenzi, Marine Poirson, Jason Pomerantz, Lee Chan Popo, Jamie Portsmouth, Gligor Postolovski, Tim Pounds-Cornish, Kevin Power, Kukal Prasanth, Kumar Praveen, Rajasekar Prince, Richard Pring, Alexandre Prod homme, Jean-Colas Prunier, Simon-Pierre Puech, Giorgia Pulvirenti, Stefan Puschendorf, Maickel Quinet, Simon Rafin, Preetham Raj, Chandraji Tharanga Rajakaruna, Vikas Rajput, Ludovic Ramisandraina, Mayec Rancel, Edward Randolph, Ambrish Rangan, Lance Ranzer, Jennah Rasmussen, Ravindra Singh Rathore, Floyd Raymer, Julien Record, Adam Redford, Tom Reed, Siân Rees, Jon Reid, Kristian Rejek, Brett Reyenger, Marc Rice, Sullivan Richard, Rob Richardson, Laszlo Rikker, Benoit Rimet, Adriano Rinaldi, Brian Ripley, Misho Ristov, Sean Rivet, Bjarni Robert Bragason, Grant Robertson, Philip J. Robinson, Duncan Robson, Campbell Rose, Julien Rousseau, Adam Rowland, Ryan Rubi, Rosi Ruiz, James Rustad, Andrey Ryabovichev, Desiree Ryden, Ankur Sachdev, Jasdip Sagar, Sunil Saini, Toshihiro Sakamaki, Bhushan Salgaonkar, Alessandro Salis, Lucy Salter, Peter Salter, Mohit Salunke, Sable Sanjiv, Miguel Santana da Silva, David Santiago, Anthony Luigi Santoro, Nick Sargent, Tarkan Sarim, Sabin Sasidharan, Harshad Sawant, Nico Scapel, Jennifer Lee Scheer, Chad Schott, Tom Schwarz, Simon Scott, Dan Seddon, Jarmila Seflova, Romain Bivar Segurado, Prathap Sekar, Debapriya Senanayak, Roger Serrabassa Vilar, Den Serras, Felix Serwir, Nidhi Seth, Sajith Sethumadhavan, Gianfranco Sgura, Aatesh Shah, Virendra Kumar Shah, Shalwin Shaiju, Swati Shamsundar Malu, Aurora Shannon, Madhu Sharan, Prateek Sharma, Rahul Sharma, Sushant Sharma, Chris Shaw, Craig Sheppard, Ceylan Shevket, Prashant Shitole, Naveen Shukla, Andrei Sidyakin, Ian Simms, Elena Simonovska, Nitin Singh, Parteek Singh, David Sjodin, Christian Sjostedt, Michal Skowron, Tom Smalley, Matthew Smart, Peter Smith, Sameer Sonavane, Arvind Sond, Sepp Sonntag, Roy Soumyadipta, Reina Sparks, Marion Spates, Sreevinod, J.K. Starr, Stephanie Jean Staunton, Martin Stegmayer, Billy Stenning, Penn Stevens, Michele Stocco, Sheldon Stopsack, Hayley Easton Street, Maria Stroka, Donald Strubler Jr., Mirek Suchomel, Vinayaga Sundar, Deepak Surendran, Richard Surridge, Jeevith Suryakanth, Stephanie Sweeney, Attila Szalma, Marc Taganas, Neil Russell Tan, Yannick Tan, Sahil Tandial, Shashank Tandle, Jm Tangsoc, François Tarlier, Hollie Taylor, Vincent Techer, Michelle Teefey-Lee, Biljana Temelkova, Harihar Thaker, Sawan Thakrar, Olivier Thibaut, Joseph Thomas M., Martin J. Thomas, Promod Thomas, Andrew K. Thompson, Ian P. Thompson, Nick Thompson, Richard S.G. Thompson, Jithendran Thottupurath, Ashley Tilley, Rohan Tirkey, Sunil Kumar Tiwari, Mark Tompkins, Josselin Tonnellier, Thanos Topouzis, Alan Tormey, James Tottman, Iva Trajkovic, Shreedhra Trehan, Lazar Trenchev, Gang Trinh, Charles Trippe, Christine Troianello, Altug Tumer, Jonathan Turner, Ryan Urban, Audrius Urbonavicius, Pan Vafeiadis, Arturs Vaitilavics, Jonny Vale, Arnaud Valette, Jelle Van de Weghe, Jozef van Eenbergen, Lauren van Houten, Mohit Varde, Ville-Matti Vasama, Vasantharajan.g.d, Amy Vatanakul, Cassius Vaz, Jon Veal, Rajesh Velayudhan, Oliver Velichkovski, Damodaran Venkatesan, Arpita Venugopal, Jesse Vickery, Dan Victoire, Tim Walker, Jenny Wan, Jo Wand, Bill Wang, Pete Warbis, Stuart Warne, Thomas Warrender, Richard Wearmouth, Alex Webb, John L. Weckworth, Eric Weinschenk, Glenn Wells, Daniel Wennerholm, Kyle Wetton, Nick Whiteley, Ruth Wiegand, Tobias Wiesner, Jeff Willette, Aaron Williams, Emily Williams, Susannah Marie Williams, Carly Wilson, Matthew T. Wilson, Richard Stuart Wilson, Blake Winder, Rob Woiwod, Jamie Wong, Melody Woodford, Alan Woods, Sammy Wu, Tzuen Wu, Reza Ghulam Yahya, Roy Yang, Richard Yeomans, Morgan Yon, Natalie Young, Victoria Albanese Young, Julia Zahner, Xavier Zahra, Jack Zaloga, Riccardo Zanettini, Alessandro Zanforlin, Tomas Zaveckas, Christian Zeh, Jia Zhao, Jin Zhi, Christoph Zollinger, Emil Alagjozovski, Najdovski Aleksandar, Rajesh Babu, Sreyans Bardia, Cathy E. Blanco, Christopher Cameron, Ethan Casper, Arrev Chantikian, Tim Chou, Christopher Collis, Jonathan Davies, Jo De Mey, Zoran Dimanovski, Debarghya Dutta, Marlon Engel, Belinda Fung, Katarina Gacevska, Sirak Ghebremusse, Nikhil Ghoorbin, Emmanuel Guevarra, Varun Hadkar, Taigne Hammock, Jonathan Harden, Clark Harding, Leo Hills, Hetal Jain, Drew Jones, Uday Joshi, Lisa Kelly, Lazetutkovski, Marco Leone, Andy Lueddeke, Bikash Kumar Mahanta, Rajesh Manayil, Christophe Meslin, Nicole Nagata, Deepak Nayak, Eddie Offermann, Michael Pecchia, Mark Prusten, Matt Rank, Justi Romero, Rajat Roy, Alican Sesli, Sanket Shembekar, Nadica Slatinec, Tom Stanton, Gaurav Sutar, Elena Velkova, Christian Vogt, Jen Hao Yeh, Cobol Yu


Joshua Archer, Mark Archer, Nina Armstrong, Ashley Beck, Stuart Boother, Chloé Bruce, Rob Cooper, Celine Coulson, James Cox, Talila Craig, David Cronnelly, Gabe Cronnelly, Ricardo Cruz Jr., Luca Della Valle, Levan Doran, Daniel Dow, Dan Euston, Balázs Farkas, Bradley Farmer, Dave Fisher, Paul Flanagan, Grace Franzl, Sarah Franzl, Aldonio Danny Freitas, Kinga Gavalda, Nick Gillard, James Grogan, Tim Halloran, Richard Hansen, Paul Heasman, Jason Hunjan, Paul Jennings, Gary Kane, Vincent Keane, Laszlo Kosa, Géza Kovács, Norbert Kovács, Mike Lambert, Balazs Lengyel, Phil Lonergan, Paul Lowe, Marc Mailley, Tina Maskell, Kim McGarrity, Jo McLaren, Andy Merchant, Casey Michaels, Peter Miles, Mark Mottram, Giedrius Nagys, Daniel Naprous, Ray Nicholas, Brian Nickels, Andy Norman, James O Donnell, Domonkos Pardanyi, Justin Pearson, Peter Pedrero, Jimmy Pethrus, Tilly Powell, Ricardo Rocca, Tom Rodgers, Marcus Shakesheff, Mark Slaughter, Amie Stephenson, Matthew Stirling, Roy Street, Rocky Taylor, Roy Taylor, Lee-Anne Telford, Arran Topham, Tony Van Silva, Ian van Temperley, Pablo Verdejo, Calvin Warrington-Heasman, Marlow Warrington-Mattei, Reg Wayment, Jason White, Simon Whyman

Camera and Electrical Department

Dave Armstrong, Marc Atherfold, Darren Bailey, Klemens Becker, Anthony Benjamin, Hans Bjerno, Daniel Bocking, John Bowman, Chris Cavanagh, Malcolm Cooper, Glenn Coulman, David Cozens, Adam Dale, Adam Dorney, Rob Dowling, Harry Elvin, John Ferguson, Francesco Ferrari, Will Finch, Jack Flemming, John Flemming, Darren Flindall, David Fox, Harry Gamble, Will Gardner, Nicci Gelnar, Guillermo Gil Martín, Max Glickman, Lee Godfrey, Anthony Goulding, Peter Graf, Brian Greenway, Kenny Groom, Alan Hall, Graham Hall, Will Handley, Jamie Harcourt, Mikey Ray Harkins, Harvey Harrison, Dan Hartley, Thomas Hole, Tommy Holman, Andy Hopkins, Tony Jackson, Dylan Jones, Sacha Jones, Jack Kney, Mark Laidlaw, Aaran Lewis Leach, Paul Legall, Mark Looker, David Mackie, Ian Madden, Jay Maidment, Keith Manning, David Marriott, John Marzano, Chris McAleese, Ginger McCarthy, Guy McCormack, Adam McGrady, Ray Meere, Will Morris, Julian Morson, Philip Murphy, Gary Nagle, Onx Narang, James Needham, Tim Neill, Mark Packman, Robert Palmer, Kelly Paul, Clive Prior, Andrew Purdy, Christopher Raphael, Sam Renton, Terry Richards, Jack Ridout, Peter Robertson, Beau Scott, Richard B. Shean, David Smith, Mario Spanna, James Starr, Leo Steele, Natalie Theobald, Kes Thornley, Colin Townsend, Martin Ward, Paul Wheeldon, Oliver Wood, Tim Wooster, Louise Harris, Ian Speed, Glyn Williams

Animation Department

Kristian Antonelli, Alvise Avati, Philip Barnard, Alexandre Belbari, Dan Blacker, David Bryan, Paul Chung, Santiago Colomo, David Crispino, Emma Ewing, Alex Hislop, Kubilay Kocaoglu, Seong Joon Lee, Florent Limouzin, Catherine Mullan, Emanuele Pavarotti, Duncan Ransom, Luis Amaury Rodriguez, Colin Shulver, Chris Singer, Joe Smith, Richard Spriggs, Elwaleed Suliman, Arda Uysal

Casting Department

Vanessa Baker, Abigail Barbier, Dixie Chassay, Louis Elman, Jessie Frost, Katharina Hofmann, Nick McGinley, Isabella Odoffin

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Charlotte-Rose Armstrong, Emma Bevan, Dan Blacklock, Tommy Blunkell, Sue Bradbear, Kaniez Braganza, Simon Brindle, Mauricio Carneiro, Henry Christopher, Joel Christopher, Lorraine Cooksley, Annie Crawford, Saffron Cullane, Richard Davies, Graham Docherty, Amanda Dyar, Victoria Finn, Alice FitzGerald, Maria Garces, Jason Gill, Lynsey Harris, Joe Hobbs, Nicky Jones, Vivienne Jones, Oliver Koumbas, Kate Laver, Andrew Paul Littlefair, Joanna Lynch, Alison Lyons, Susan MacKenzie, Caroline McCall, Vonnie Meyrick-Brook, Mark Miller, Sanaz Missaghian, Caroline Nicholls-Weston, Steve O Sullivan, Gary Page, Liannah Pile, Kevin Pratten-Stone, Billy Prichard, Louise Roach, Sunny Rowley, Dulcie Scott, Timothy Shanahan, Mike Skorepa, Emma Stokes, Carl Summersgill, Barbara Sweryda, Sarah Tiffin, Sadie Tilbury, Aaron Timperley, Clare Vyse, Darrell Warner, Raymond Widdowson, Kate Williams, Helen Beasley, Dominic Meyrick-Brook, Claire Green, Robert James Sutherland

Editorial Department

Mark Burton, Herbert Butler, Carolina Cedres, Dhirendra Chhatpar, Vikram Dharankar, Adam Glasman, Cheryl Goodbody, Emily Greenwood, Neil Harrison, Christopher Lloyd, Priyal Mahadik, Patrick Malone, Neelkanth Mapara, Vaibhav Marathe, Supriya Naidu-James, Daniel Paress, Sachin Patidar, Jamie Payne, Darren Rae, Rose-Ellen Saunders, Robert Scammell, Sabine Smith, Girish Takle, Natalie Theobald, Justin Tillett, Laurent Treherne, Matthew Tucker, Lee Wimer, Jane Winkles, Thora Woodward, Trevor Brown

Location Management

José Luis Ayra, Paula Bilbao Aragon, Duncan Birnie, Adal Tahiche Morales Blanco, Terry Blyther, Mally Chung, Matt Craufurd, Simon Crook, Eddie Folcarelli, Lucy Gibson, Isidro J. González, Gareth Griffin, Matt Hains, Jon Hills, Matt Jones, Alexandra Jordan, Martin Joy, Jason Mendelli, Duncan Newland, Kathryn Owen, Ellen Parkes, Thomas Pook, Daisy Rooke, Charlie Somers, Michael Stapleton, Sara Sánchez Gancedo, Helen Taylor, Danny Triphook, Craig Wilson, Priscila Calero

Music Department

Roger Argente, Romar Bennett, Mark Berrow, Richard Bissill, Michael Connell, Andrew Crowley, Grace Davidson, Peter Davies, Nicholas Dodd, Michael Dore, Karen Elliott, Jack Goodenday, Stephen Hilton, Robert Houston, Jody Jenkins, Joanna Forbes L Estrange, Tony Lewis, Roger Linley, Steve Mair, Sam Okell, Tom Pigott Smith, Enrica Sciandrone, James Spilling, Jill Streater, Graham Sutton, Lawrence Wallington, Bruce White, Jonathan Williams, Nick Wollage, Rachel Bolt, Andrew Townend

Script and Continuity Department

Victoria Chambers-Pike, Nicoletta Mani, Sharon Mansfield, Max Vergara Poeti-Marentini, Anna Worley

Transportation Department

Phil Allchin, Guido Braun, Piotr Chrzanowski, Steven Day, Hendrik De Jonker, Henry Dray, Melina Frías, Jon Gibney, Peter Graovac, David Gwyther, Peter Herst, David Louis Jones, Cain Lee, Iraida Villegas Mendez, Steve Mitchard, Danny Mitchell, Isidro Molina Rios, David O Connor, Dean Porter, Terry Pritchard, Aline Rajan-Harjani, Raquel Ramos, Lee Rosella, Thomas Suess, Bill Walker, Paul Wambach, Barrie Williams, Max Zivkovic, Alexander Aben, Michelle Remnant

Additional Crew

Josh Allan, Caridad Angus, Nordin Aoures, Stephanie Barker, Michael Beaudin, Kate Bone, Valentina Borfecchia, Graham Bowen, Jayden Boyce, Matthew Brown, Billy Budd, Katie Byles, Karl Caffrey, Aneta Chalas, Paula Chidgey, Rosie Coker, Steve Cole, Andrew Cooke, Emily Cordier, Jessica Corlett, Joe Crossley, Patrick Cullen, Matt Curtis, James Custance, Francesco Dagostino, Lisa Davidson, Mark Davies, R.H. Davies, Adrienne Dine, Dionbowes, Emma Dunleavy, Harriet Eastgate, Begoña Edreira, Charles Edwards, Lorraine Edwards, Patricia Estevez, Stuart Ewen, Lucia Foster Found, Sandra Frieze, Kate Garbett, Samantha Gardner, Kerry Gissing, Silvia González Rangil, Alix Graham, Anna Graham, Peter Hall, James Hanline, Clair Hanson, Philip Harvey, Mar Henche, Paul Hornsby, Jason Horwood, Robyn Johnson, Catherine Jones, Dylan Jones, Jamie Jones, Pamela Joyce, Josh Kahal, Nick Komornicki, Andrew Paul Littlefair, David Lobatto, Mark Lobatto, John Malakoff, Davide Manera, Miranda Marks, Brad Dirk Martin, Freddie Martin, Laura Mateos, Peti Misaila, Zoe Morgan Chiswick, Greg Mothersdale, Tristan Murphy, Josh Muzaffer, NairRohit, Jorge Noguerales, Frédéric North, Eva Nueno, Darren O Connell, William O Toole, Ann Ormesher, Scott Parker, Andy Parry, Peggy Pere, Saray Perez, Dorothy Precious, Joanna Price, Kathryn Prince, Ben Quirk, Stephen Ralphs, Janhavi Ramaswamy, Akshay Ravi, Alexandra Reed, Christina Rice, Joel Rogers, Jon Roper, Natalia Ryumina, Tony Sams, Will Samuelson, Isaac Sananes, Maria Sanz Esteve, Rohit Sharma, Jeszen Shih, David Sillery, Bek Smith, Edward Squires, Andy Stephens, Joby Stephens, Sarah Stiff, Andy Surry, Sparky Tehnsuko, Paul Tomlinson, Rob Townsend, Marcos Medina Von Levetzow, David Ware, Simon Waterson, Katherine McCormack Wherry, David Wilcock, Richard Wild, Tim Wildgoose, Betty Williams, Winnie Wishart, Marc Wolff, Hugo Yanes, Kriss TheDish Brown, Emma Dunleavy, Alex Hedlund, Ben Hope, Deborah Leakey, Nick Massey, Richard Perry, Emlyn Pool


Action, Adventure, Fantasy


Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment, Cott Productions


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Short Description

Wrath of the Titans is a 2012 action fantasy film and a sequel to the 2010 film Clash of the Titans. The film stars Sam Worthington, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, Édgar Ramírez, Toby Kebbell, Danny Huston, Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson, with Jonathan Liebesman directing a screenplay by Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson from a story by them and Greg Berlanti. Wrath of the Titans takes place a decade after the events of the preceding film as the gods lose control over the imprisoned Titans (thanks to humanity s lack of prayers which also is draining their immortality) and Perseus is called, this time to rescue his father Zeus, overthrow the Titans, and save mankind.

Talk of a sequel began with the release of Clash of the Titans in March 2010. Writers Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson were hired in June 2010 and director Jonathan Liebesman was brought on board in August 2010. The majority of the casting took place between January and February 2011. Principal photography began in London in March 2011. Like its predecessor, the film was converted to 3D in post-production. Wrath of the Titans was released in 2D and 3D on March 30, 2012, in the United States. The film received widespread negative reception from critics and grossed $302 million worldwide. A sequel entitled Revenge of the Titans was planned for a 2013 release, but was cancelled due to the two films critical failures and too few ideas for the script.

Box Office Budget

$150,000,000 (estimated)

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Greek mythology,underworld,demi god,myth,poseidon character