Warner Bros. must really love Clash of the Titans. They're turning their 2010 reboot of the 1981 film into a full-on trilogy. Even before the release of the movie's second entry, Wrath of the Titans, the studio has already made plans for a third. Is this too soon?
Last year, Clash of the Titans earned more than $330 million worldwide at the box office. Despite its questionable 3-D and mediocre story, the film earned a pretty penny. That's why no one was surprised when Warner Bros. announced its sequel. But Clash of the Titans 3 might be pushing good faith too far.
Wrath of the Titans is currently in post-production and is scheduled for a March 30 release. Writers Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson, who co-wrote the film, will reunite for its follow-up (tentatively titled Clash of the Titans 3). The new story will follow Perseus (Sam Worthington) as he continues his godly adventures alongside his sidekick Agenor (Toby Kebbell), who's introduced in Wrath.
Does Clash of the Titans still have its spark? Shouldn't they wait and see if audiences are interested in one sequel before making plans for a second? Luckily, just because a film is in development doesn't mean it will actually get made. If the response to Wrath is fairly negative, all this trilogy talk could end sooner rather than later.
Should Clash of the Titans be a trilogy? Are you interested in seeing another film?
(via The Hollywood Reporter)