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'Clash of Titans' Unleashes Two New TV Spots

February 26, 2010 08:47:06 GMT

The footage more or less reflect the previous trailers but they conclude with information that it will be available in 3-D.


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Two new TV spots of "Clash of the Titans" are released and they confirm that the 3-D technology has been implanted. In January, Warner Bros. Pictures ordered director Louis Leterrier to shoot additional scenes which will appeal to the technology. The movie, which has not been rated yet, will also be available in 2-D.

"We're going to be going back and shooting more scenes for it, they cut loose with some money so we can add to it," lead actor Sam Worthington said last month. "There were some creaky parts but they are the parts that we knew were creaky and that we knew were going to be creaky going into it."

"Clash of the Titans" centers its story on Perseus. Helpless to save his family from Hades, he volunteers to lead a mission to defeat the vengeful god of the underworld before Hades can seize power from Zeus and unleash hell on earth. Sam Worthington leads with Gemma Arterton, Liam Neeson and many others in supporting roles. The action drama is set for March 26 release date in the U.S.

On another news, leading video games publisher Namco Bandai and Warner Bros. Interactive have announced that "Clash of the Titans" for the Xbox 360 video game, Microsoft and PlayStation 3 is slated for U.S. release in spring 2010. Through vast landscapes of swamps, mountains and the underworld, two modes of play let players embody Perseus' adventure from the film, or take on original new bosses.

"Clash of the Titans is a truly iconic entertainment experience," said Todd Thorson, director of marketing and public relations at Namco. "Bringing the re-imagined movie to life in an interactive adventure with Warner Bros. Interactive promises an unprecedented experience for video game and movie fans alike."

  • TV Spot 1
  • TV Spot 2


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