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Lawrence Kasdan to write "Clash of the Titans"

By Karl Schneider     April 16, 2007
Source: Hollywood Reporter

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According to the Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. Pictures has hired Lawrence Kasdan to write a script for a remake of the 1981 film, Clash of the Titans.

The original film revolves around Zeus's son, Perseus, and his journey to save Princess Andromeda during which he must complete various tasks set out by Zeus, including capturing Pegasus and slaying Medusa.

Kasdan has previously written screenplays for notable films such as: Return of the Jedi, The Empire Strikes Back and Raiders of the Lost Ark.


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exfan 4/16/2007 2:39:38 AM
the first one was unwatchable to me, so maybe kasdan will do better ob
Deadfox 4/16/2007 4:20:57 AM
This has potential. I've been waiting for a fantasy film to take on the ancient myths: the gods, the beasts, the quest. It would be a hell of a big investment for a studio though.
scoxocs 4/16/2007 4:26:57 AM
From Harryhausen to CGI? Ray'd turn over in his grave (though I don't think he's dead yet).
madmanic999 4/16/2007 4:40:37 AM
I loved this film when I was a kid, I think it would be cool to see an updated take.... bring on the Kraken!
ponyboy76 4/16/2007 4:47:30 AM
I`ve seen this movie like 30 times. It was one of my favorite movies growing up. My first reflex was," why, not another remake!" But I guess a remake could be cool. The funny thing is that stop motion claymatic stuff was pretty cutting edge and cool when it originally came out. I wonder how it will look with the Kraken being CGI?
snallygaster 4/16/2007 4:48:17 AM
Ray would not turn over in his grave, even if he were dead. I had the pleasure of seeing him speak a few years ago during the earlier days of CGI, and he seemed to be rather supportive and enthusiastic of the technology. In fact he was a flattered that so many of the designers were clearly influenced by his work, to the point of including homages to his work in their films.
skyhawk 4/16/2007 8:46:38 AM
COTTs was always a guilty pleasure for me, but I like Lawrence's work so I'll give it a chance.
Captmathman 4/16/2007 9:02:44 AM
I'm really looking forward to this one. Put the money in it, and maybe get Harry Hamlin a cameo?
blartfarble 4/16/2007 9:31:17 AM
As long as they exclude the mechanical owl, I'm interested.
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