Although Clash of the Titans II: Wrath of the Titans did not hit theatres until March 30 of next year, Warner Bros. has already moved forward on the draft for the third instalment.
Screen writers Dan Mezue and David Leslie Johnson have been tapped to begin work on Clash of the Titans 3. The studio should be happy with the work put forward so far, as both Meizu and Johnson co-authored the Clause sequel.
While the Titans’ plot revolves around Eros (Edgar Ramirez) and Pierce (Sam Worthington) defending Ares (Edgar Ramirez) and Hades (Ralph Fennes), it reports that a character from the next film is important in the third film Can play a role.
Heat Vision reports that the character Agenor, played by Toby Kebbell (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time) in the sequel, may have been a factor in the story of Perseus’ adventures in the third film.
I’m not on my Greek mythology if anyone knows where this might be, feel free to comment. However, Wikipedia suggests that Aznor’s daughter may have had nothing to do with Zeus molesting her. Oh, those mythical Greeks!
The anger of the Titans production team of Tulsi Ivanek (The Town) and Polly Johnson (Cop Out) will likely remain intact for the third film with director Jonathan Liebesman (Battle Los Angeles), though nothing has been seen yet.
Wrath of the Titans also starred Rosamond Pike (The Libertine) as Andromeda, Hepistas as Bill Nighy (Love Actually) and Positon as Danny Huston (Children of the Children).
You can see some set photos here and get up to date on all the rage of our Titans news. Until then, feel free to suggest a title for the third film