Sam Worthington talks Clash Of The Titans 2

"It will be shot in 3D this time," he says



Avatar and Clash Of The Titans were both big earners this year, and they both starred a certain roguish Aussie by the name of Sam Worthington.

With the star expected to head up sequels to both of those big budget extravaganzas, it’s no wonder they were the projects that everybody was asking him about while the actor tended to press at Radical Studios this weekend.

First up, Clash Of The Titans 2 is set to shoot early next year and, according to Worthington, will be shot in 3D (rather than converted in post like the first film).

"[It] will be 3D this time," said Worthington, who was clearly as disappointed in the post-conversion as legions of movie-goers. "Shot in 3D. Do put that in and make them fucking aware...”

The actor also revealed that he’s been given some input with regard to his character of Perseus:

“When I read Clash 2, they came to me the other day. I said, 'I kinda dig where it's going, but can we make the character more of this? Can we make it more of that? Can I get to play a lot more and get involved and have a lot more fucking fun than just being a young man who has to stand there and look pretty?'

“I'm sick of doing that, so it's kind of a case of, 'How do we make Perseus a lot more fun?' So we're sort of shaping it down that track. And Warner Bros. has been nice enough to give us a bit on input."

Meanwhile, Avatar 2 is sitting on the horizon. But considering James Cameron likes to take his time with these things, we shouldn’t expect to see it too soon.

"Avatar 2 will be whenever Jim decides to write it,” Worthington conceded. “I think he's in Thailand at the moment or trying to save the Gulf. But I'm sure he's going to put pen to paper soon."

Do we need sequels to either of these? Which would you rather see?

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    • Keniby

      Jul 12th 2010, 10:33

      much as i enjoyed avatar, i thought it was one of jim's weaker films (that being relative) and that the plot wrapped up quite nicely at the end. I dont think we need to see a sequel to it and my big concern is cameron being 55 years old, he would be around 65 by the time he finished an avatar trilogy at his rate of going, and id much rather see him produce a couple of original pieces instead

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    • Illustratedman

      Jul 12th 2010, 19:56

      Keniby is right, both men should move on to other projects. Neither of these stories need a sequel. And what's this about a "Titanic" 3-D? Please no!

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    • Ali1748

      Jul 13th 2010, 5:51

      Clash Of The Titans was a huge disappointment, Ralph Feins was the only enjoyable part of the entire movie( well apart from dreaming about Gemma.)

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