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Archive for the ‘“Clash of the Titans”’ Category
  M.   September 14, 2010

GALLERY LINKS:
– Scans: Premiere (France) – April 2010, thanks to Ludovic
– Scans: Total Film (UK) – October 2010, thanks to Elmira
– Scans: Total Film (UK) – October 2010, thanks to Elmira

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  M.   September 13, 2010

by Steve ‘Frosty’ Weintraub

(…) I got to sit down with the producer Basil Iwanyk to talk about Clash of the Titans 2.

(…) He also tells me that he’s incredibly happy with the script for Clash of the Titans 2 and that it takes place 5 or 6 years after the first film and it’ll be more realistic – including the depiction of the monsters. He also reveals Gemma Arterton will be back. Read More

  Mata   September 04, 2010

GALLERY LINK:
Clash of the Titans (2010): DVD Screencaptures – Behind the Scenes

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  M.   August 25, 2010

Gemma Arterton reveals what’s the secret of surviving as a female on a film set.

Big thanks to the always helpful Lorna! :D

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans: SFX (UK) – September 2010

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  M.   August 12, 2010

“Making Clash Of The Titans was also fun but it was a lot warmer.

“It was mostly filmed in Tenerife, where we did all the battles with the giant scorpions. It was great.

“We were either working or drinking beers in the evening, not bad. We were basically spending 24 hours together and became a tight group – Sam, Nicholas Hoult, Liam Cunningham, all of us.

“We were competing all the time, doing sports and all kinds of stuff.

“Gemma Arterton was the only girl but she became just one of the boys. She was good fun and took part in everything. Read More

  M.   August 05, 2010

In just the past two years, Gemma Arterton’s been drowned in crude oil (in Quantum of Solace), stabbed to death (Clash of the Titans), and dropped off a cliff (Prince of Persia) — is it any wonder she’s tired of blockbusters? “I don’t want to sound too dismissive of big movies because they are fun and you know, they’re business moves and you can’t just be artistic all the time,” she tells us. “But I am more interested in doing only smaller films right now.” Up next for Arterton: serious films with girls’ names in the titles! The Disappearance of Alice Creed, an indie thriller in which she plays the titular kidnapping victim, is out this week. In the fall, she’ll star in Stephen Frears’s Tamara Drewe. Vulture spoke with her during a recent visit to New York about Creed, the movie she hopes to make next (Luca Guadagnino’s Corsica 72), and why she’s not disappointed she wasn’t cast in Transformers 3.

When Megan Fox was fired from her role in Transformers 3 in May, it only took the Internet a few minutes to cast you as her replacement. Was that ever a possibility?
I didn’t even hear anything until I went to meet with another director for something else. He asked, “So, you’re doing Transformers?” I was like, “I’m sorry, what?” Read More

  M.   July 29, 2010

We’ve seen Gemma Arterton in two big budget productions this year alone, Clash of the Titans and Prince of Persia, and though neither represent what she’s capable of as an actress, she’ll be back for more. During a chat about her upcoming film, The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Arterton revealed that her role in Clash 2 is likely to be small, and even admitted which of the two blockbusters she liked better.

She confirmed that she’ll appear in the Clash sequel, but didn’t really sound all that enthusiastic about either the movie itself or her contractually obligated role in it:

“I don’t really know what the story is going to be. I think they’re writing it at the moment and they’re going to get back to us, but I don’t think I’m in it much the next movie, which is kind of good.” She added, “It’s going because it was a real success in the box office so they’re going to make another one.”

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