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Clash of the Titans

THEME OF THE MOVIE: Action, Fantasy and Adventure SETTING: Ancient Greece


Sam Worthington as Perseus, the Demigod son of Zeus

Gemma Arterton as Io a woman cursed with agelessness by Hera who guides Perseus in his quest and narrates the Titanomachyat the start of the film

Mads Mikkelsen as Draco, leader of the Praetorian Guard

Alexa Davalos as Andromeda,princess of Argos, daughter of Kepheus and Cassiopeia and the Princess that will be sacrificed to the Kraken Jason Flemyng as Acrisius/Calibos, a king of Argos transformed into a hideous beast

Tine Stapelfeldt as Dana, wife of King Acrisius, mother of Perseus Nicholas Hoult as Eusebius, member of the Praetorian Guard Hans Matheson as Ixas, member of the Praetorian Guard Liam Cunningham as Solon, member of the Praetorian Guard

Liam Neeson as Zeus, the leader of the gods of Mount Olympus and father of Perseus

Ralph Fiennes as Hades,,god of the Underworld Jamie Sives as a Commander.

Ian Whyte as Sheikh Sulieman, the Djinn who assisted Perseus and the praetorian guards of Argos

Pete Postlethwaite as Spyros,Foster Father of Perseus

Elizabeth McGovern as Marmara, Foster Mother of Perseus

Polly Walker as Cassiopeia, Queen of Argos, wife of Kepheus and mother of Andromeda Vincent Regan as Kepheus, King of Argos, husband of Cassiopeia and father of Andromeda

David Kennedy as Kepheus's General Kaya Scodelario as Peshet, Andromeda's handmaiden

Luke Treadaway as Prokopion, the cult leader who leads the people of Argos to sacrifice Andromeda

Danny Huston as Poseidon, god of the sea

Izabella Miko as Athena, goddess of warfare, battle strategies, wisdom and justice

Tamer Hassan as Ares, god of war and bloodshed

Luke Evans as Apollo, god of light, music poetry, art, healing, archery and medicine.

Nathalie Cox as Artemis, goddess of forests, hills, hunting and animals Nina Young as Hera, goddess of women and marriage and wife of Zeus Agyness Deyn as Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty Paul Kynman as Hephaestus, god of blacksmiths, fire and volcanoes Alexander Siddig as Hermes, Messenger of the Gods Charlotte Comer as Demeter, goddess of the earth and agriculture Jane March as Hestia, goddess of the hearth Natalia Vodianova as Medusa, the Half-Demon mortal Gorgon Mouloud Achour as Kucuk Ross Mullan as Pemphredo Ashraf Barhom as Ozal

PLOT/SUMMARY: King Akrisius of Argos expresses anger towards Zeus for impregnating his daughter, Princess Danae. He then casts Danae and her infant son Perseus out to sea in a wooden chest. Unknown to everyone, a white bird who witnessed everything was really Poseidon, who informs Zeus of Akrisius' unfaithfulness. Zeus orders Poseidon to

release the Kraken to destroy Argos by flooding his entire kingdom. While Argos is completely devastated, Danae and Perseus are safely brought to the island of Seriphos where they live a happy life and Perseus grows up to manhood. Calibos - the spoiled son of Thetis, the goddess of the Sea - was a handsome young man destined to marry Princess Andromeda, the daughter of Queen Cassiopeia and heir to the rich city of Joppa and eventually all of Phoenicia. Zeus entrusted Calibos to care for the Wells of the Moon; Calibos instead hunted, trapped and killed everything that lived there, including Zeus sacred herd of flying horses, leaving only the stallion Pegasus alive. As punishment, Zeus transforms Calibos into a monster and he is shunned and forced to live as an outcast in the swamps and marshes. Thetis, furious at her son's fate, vows that if Calibos cannot marry Andromeda, then no other man will either. Perseus is brought by Thetis from his island home on Seriphos to Joppa. He learns of Andromeda and her plight: she cannot marry unless her suitor successfully answers a riddle, which is given to her by Calibos. Any suitor that fails to answer the riddle correctly is burned at the stake. Using a number of gifts given to him by the gods, including the winged horse Pegasus and a helmet given to him by Athena that renders its wearer invisible, he discovers the answer to the riddle. Calibos nearly captures him, but Perseus cuts off his hand with a sword (another divine gift, this one from the goddess Aphrodite). When Zeus wants her to give Perseus her owl, Athena orders Hephaestus to make the mechanical owl Bubo as an aid for Perseus. At the next ceremony for a new suitor, Perseus enters, guesses the riddle correctly and presents Calibos's severed hand, winning Andromeda's hand in marriage. At the Temple to Thetis, Calibos prays to his mother Thetis to take vengeance on Perseus for cutting off his hand. Thetis tells Calibos that she can't do that because Perseus is protected by Zeus, but she can take vengeance on Joppa. At the wedding, held in the temple of Thetis, Queen Cassiopeia foolishly compares Andromeda's beauty to that of Thetis herself, which angers the goddess. The statue of Thetis collapses and its head comes to life demanding Andromeda as a sacrifice to a sea monster (the Kraken, a modern addition to the myth, the Greek version had Cetus as the sea monster) in 30 days, and still a virgin; otherwise, the Kraken will destroy Joppa. Perseus seeks a way to defeat the Kraken, the Last of the Titans (a reference to the race of monsters that pre-dated the gods). He visits the Stygian Witches, three blind women who disclose that the only hope of survival in combat against the Kraken is by using the head of another monster, Medusa the Gorgon. Medusa, once a beautiful woman, was transformed by a jealous Athena into a monster so horrible that mere eye contact will turn any living creature to stone, including the Kraken. She makes her home on the Isle of the Dead, which lies across the River Styx, at the very edge of the Underworld. Perseus travels there and kills her, removing her head, though he must contend with Calibos (who has replaced his lost hand with a trident-like blade) along the way - whom he finally kills with Aphrodite's sword. Just as Andromeda is about to be

sacrificed to the Kraken, Perseus appears astride Pegasus and turns the Last Titan to stone with Medusa's head, which is then cast into the ocean where it can do no more damage. Perseus frees Andromeda and they live happily together. The hero and heroine become constellations at the decree of Zeus, who does the same for Pegasus and Cassiopeia. ASPECT OF FILMMAKING: Most of the time, the costumes are inspired by movies, cartoons, novels, and even bizarre things like vegetables, household items, and other unimaginable things. But if you really want to rock this year, then it is wise to get your inspiration from the blockbuster film of the year. Clash of the Titans Costumes will steal the hearts of many on any costume party and win the votes of judges on costume contests.

REACTION/COMMENT: I thought that this movie was awesome when i saw the preview i knew right then and there that i had to see it. All of the action and movements were great. I thought it was so good that I saw it twice in the same week.