Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Warner Bros. Preparing 'Clash from the Leaders 3' (Exclusive)

Thanks to Warner Bros. "Clash from the Leaders" Leaders will clash for that third time, if Warner Bros. has its own way.our editor recommendsLiam Neeson: Back as Zeus in 'Clash from the Titans' SequelRosamund Pike in Discussions for 'Clash from the Titans' SequelSam Worthington Apologizes For 'Clash from the Titans' The studio, that is in publish-production with Legendary Pictures on Clash from the Leaders follow up Wrath from the Leaders, is developing the following installment from the tales inspired through the Greek misconceptions, despite the fact that Wrath does not open until March 30, 2012. VIDEOS: Top Ten Greatest Grossing Films of 2010 Serta Mazeau and David Leslie Manley, who co-authored Wrath's script with Steven Dark night as well as share story credit with Greg Berlanti, happen to be enlisted to build up and write cure for that threequel, which may continue the adventures of Perseus, performed by Mike Worthington. Associates state that Agenor, a partner-like character performed by Toby Kebbell, could also figure in to the new story, because the second movie leaves the doorway open for that character's return. The creating team behind Wrath, Tulsi Iwanyk and Polly Johnsen among it, would return for that new installment should it move forward as would Wrath Jonathan Liebesman, though no deals have been in place. Leaders, directed by Louis Leterrier, made $163 million locally along with a whopping $330 million overseas. Wrath again reunites not just Worthington but Liam Neeson, Rob Fiennes and Danny Huston as Greek gods, and throws in stars Edgar Ramirez, Rosamund Pike and Bill Nighy amongst others. Mazeau and Manley aren't a writing team but grew to become one for that Leaders movies. Both were well-loved by Warners: Mazeau, repped by CAA and Circle of Confusion, done The Expensive and Jonny Mission for that studio while Manley, repped by Paradigm, done 2009's The Oprhan and 2011's Red-colored Riding Hood. Email: Twitter: @Borys_Package Liam Neeson Mike Worthington Warner Bros. Rob Fiennes

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