Clash Of The Titans: Photo Of Gemma Arterton As Io

Published 6 years ago by , Updated August 7th, 2014 at 10:12 am,

clash of the titans sam worthington as perseus Clash Of The Titans: Photo Of Gemma Arterton As Io

One movie I’m definitely looking forward to next year is the remake of 1981 classic, Clash of the Titans. The film is looking great so far from the behind-the-scenes set pictures we’ve seen and the awesome image of Sam Worthington as Perseus. Combined with a good director and a very talented cast, I have high hopes for this movie.

Today, we have another set photo for the movie – this time, of Gemma Arterton in costume on set as Princess Io. The character is a demi-goddess who Perseus apparently has a keen eye for and she’s a new addition to the story, not having appeared in the original film.

Joining Sam Worthington and Gemma Arterton in the cast of Clash of the Titans are Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Alexa Davalos, Danny Huston, Pete Postlethwaite and Jason Flemyng among many others.

Here is the first image of Gemma Arterton as Io – take a look and see what you think:

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We can expect to see boatloads of more images and marketing materials in the not too distant future as there is a ton to show off with this flick’s production, let alone the images of its incredible cast in costume.

Clash of the Titans is directed by Louis Leterrier (The Incredible Hulk, Transporter 2) and is set to open March 26, 2010.

Is this a movie you’ll be seeking out next spring?

Source: Gemma Arterton’s official website

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  1. The more I read about this movie the more I look forward to it I’m will definitely check this out in the theater. I would also like to watch the original from 1981 before going to see this…

  2. I think Worthington is being given the mantle as latest “IT” boy and I’m afraid with the onslaught of media/promotion coming with Avatar he may end up being overexposed by the time this movie comes out even if he has appeared in only a few movies with a large role to that point..

  3. I think Worthington’s involvement in Avatar can be a huge plus for this movie, especially if Avatar is as great as it’s hyped up to be.

  4. Agreed Worthington kick’s ass and this looks very interesting…

  5. At last a remake i want to see – it looks gritty and realistic unlike the absurdly phony original.

  6. The original is a classic and I will always love it. Yes the effects are dated but the action and actors were great.

  7. Boy Worthington took some serious Balco candy for this film. Funny how so many action stars get away with juicing up for roles now days. Kind of reminds me of the gold old 80′s action days except then the films actually seemed to have plots and charisma in addition to chemically enhanced characters. Now for the most part we only have the chemically enhanced characters

  8. This movie looks awesome, I’ll definitely be going to see it, along with Avatar.

  9. @ Claymore

    Are you really trying to rip on a movie that was made in the early 80′s for its special effects? Those of us old enough to remember were happy to have films take the chance in those days.