Sam Worthington has finally come out and admitted it: His performance sucked in the very, um, mediocre 2010 remake of Clash of the Titans. But you may want to give the actor some extra brownie points, because it takes cojones to admit something like that in Hollywood.
It's a rare thing in Hollywood for anyone to acknowledge their mistakes, but this seems to be the season of honesty: First, Mark Walhberg came clean on The Happening, and Liam Neeson gave his thoughts on Clash of the Titans. Here's Worthington's mea culpa.
The Clash of the Titans sequel that everyone knew was coming—but I'm not sure anyone really wanted—is set to start production early next year and the Irish actor promises it'll be exciting.
In honor of his 90th birthday today, we're taking a look at some of Harryhausen's most amazing cinematic monsters.
The plot follows a future attack on Earth by "malevolent creatures" that forces the nations of the world to unite and use advanced technology to stop them.
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They're gearing up a sequel to the hit mythology movie, with Sam Worthington back as Perseus.
Revised box-office figures give the top slot to the fantasy remake.
Competition was fierce for the top slot at the April 9 weekend box office.
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