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Liam Neeson Alone in Excitement for "Clash of the Titans" Sequel

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    LIAM NEESON as Zeus in Warner Bros. Pictures� and Legendary Pictures� �Clash of the Titans,� distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

    As bad as it was, Liam Neeson is totally stoked for a second helping of "Clash of the Titans."

    "I've only read half of the script and there is still some work being done - they're on script 10 - but I think it's going to be some kick-a** stuff and a very human story to it," he told the Belfast Telegraph.
     
    Lest you think the man's lost his marbles, if you read between the lines, there's a tacit acknowledgment of the first film's--ahem-- shortcomings.

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    "We will start next March. I'm very much looking forward to it. It's a whole revamping, you know."

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    Neeson also vowed to do yet another sequel, this one for a decidedly better, if still not great, film.

    “And yes, there’ll be a 'Taken 2,' before these limbs give up on me,” he vowed.

    Neeson's been working a lot lately, with tomorrow's release of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader," mark his sixth release of the year: "Chloe" was almost very god, "Clash" was a disaster, nobody saw "After.Life," "The A-Team" was OK, but didn't find an audience, and "The Next Three Days" was just awful.
     
    Maybe Neeson needs to learn how to say no.

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