New posters for Wrath Of The Titans

Feel the wrath!

A glut of new posters have been released for Wrath Of The Titans, and they do a pretty decent job of capturing the scope and size of the action-packed sequel.

The new one-sheets show Sam Worthington preparing for battle with the sword-waving Makhai, and launching himself at fiery Titan, Kronos.

Sadly, Worthington’s new mullet doesn’t get much of a look in, but we’ll have plenty of time to feast our eyes on its luxurious curls when the finished film arrives.

A pair of new banners have also been released, one showing Worthington’s human co-stars, and the other grouping together the fearsome Titans he’ll be going up against.

It all looks rather epic, and our hopes are high that this one will be a far more spectacular affair than its disappointing predecessor. Wrath Of The Titans will open in the UK on 30 March 2012.

What do you make of the new posters? Tell us your reactions, below.


    • Tarantino3011

      Feb 8th 2012, 11:42


      Alert a moderator

    • Hadouken76

      Feb 8th 2012, 12:24

      I prefer the second one, the first one looks a bit like a poundland dvd

      Alert a moderator

    • alexr

      Feb 8th 2012, 12:59

      Correct me if I'm wrong (Greek mythology is not my strong point by far) but the Minotaur, Makhai and the Chimera are not Titans. They're just monsters and demons. The Titans were the parents of the Gods, so you're talking Kronos, Hyperion etc... (Just nitpicking). Makes me mad that the call these films "...of the Titans" and only one obvious Titan has appeared in 2 films...

      Alert a moderator

    • Hadouken76

      Feb 8th 2012, 15:38

      Yeah, I guess Clash of the Olympians didn't have the same ring to it. It would have been easier to do an adaption of the 'God of War' games. (Without the stupid column puzzle in GOW 2 grrr..fooked me right off,!).

      Alert a moderator

    • smellyhands

      Feb 8th 2012, 21:11

      This looks like a fun film. I think this and Ghost Rider will be the most entertaining films of the year.

      Alert a moderator

    • MikeyRix

      Feb 9th 2012, 16:09

      Still not convinced. Giving this one a total miss, methinks.

      Alert a moderator

    • FBSHarrigan

      Mar 23rd 2012, 0:51

      This presents a fascinating situation, as fascinating as it is frustrating. This is a sequel to the remake that no one asked for. More staggering is the fact that the first film, despite being panned by everyone, made enough money to warrant a sequel. Are fans going to go in the hopes that it will be better than the first one? It seems pretty obvious that the sequel be a lazy cash in blockbuster. The film makers know that they will not have to try hard because people will see it regardless. People complain, true, but they will still support this film. At the very least the film makers gave fans a neat trailer to watch. Sadly the film probably will not even live up to even the mediocre trailer.

      Alert a moderator

Most Popular