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  Wrath of the Titans on Blu-ray and DVD [read more]
  Yes, you heard them, they say it's a masterpiece
  Feel the wrath of the year’s most action packed fantasy saga as WRATH OF THE TITANS comes to 3D Blu-ray and DVD on 15 October, from Warner Home Video. Launch yourself into an ancient battle of epic proportions and a world of mythology, monsters and mayhem as the long awaited sequel to box office giant Clash of the Titans makes its triumphant home entertainment debut - available for pre-order now.

From director Jonathan Liebesman (Battle: Los Angeles, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) is born a visually stunning and emotionally thrilling movie-masterpiece, showcased in breathtaking 3D. Australian born superstar Sam Worthington (Avatar, Man on A Ledge) reprises his role as son of Zeus and Olympian hero ‘Perseus’, whilst the brilliant Liam Neeson (Schindler’s List, Batman Begins, The Grey) returns to play ‘Zeus’ and the incomparable Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient, The Reader, Coriolanus) reprises his tole as lord of the Underworld; ‘Hades’. WRATH OF THE TITANS features some welcome additions to the cast, including; Bill Nighy (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Love Actually) as smith god ‘Hephaestus’; and Rosamund Pike (Die Another Day, Surrogates) stars as heroine ‘Queen ‘Andromeda’. With a strong supporting cast including Edgar Ramirez (The Bourne Ultimatum, Vantage Point), Toby Kebbell (War Horse, The Conspirator ) and the return of Danny Huston ( The Aviator, Children of Men) as ‘Poseidon’.
  Graeme Clark [9 Jul 2012 at 23:00]
     

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