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  • Focus Points
    • Battling the Chimera
    • Who Are The Titans?
    • Agenor: The Other Demi-God
    • The Cyclops Fight
    • Prison of the Titans
    • Minotaur: The Human Nightmare
    • The Heavens Raise Hell on Earth
    • Hephaestus: God of Fire
    • Lost in Tartarus' Labyrinth
    • Creatures of the Titans
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  • Includes 3D version of the full theatrical film
  • Maximum Movie Mode: Control your destiny and choose one of two unique experiences: The Path of Men or The Path of Gods
  • Focus Points
    • Battling the Chimera
    • Who Are The Titans?
    • Agenor: The Other Demi-God
    • The Cyclops Fight
    • Prison of the Titans
    • Minotaur: The Human Nightmare
    • The Heavens Raise Hell on Earth
    • Hephaestus: God of Fire
    • Lost in Tartarus' Labyrinth
    • Creatures of the Titans
  • Storyboard Comparisons
  • Deleted Scenes and more!
  • DVD disc: Feature film in standard definition
  • Includes UltraViolet*

* Limited-time offer. Restrictions and limitations apply. Go to ultraviolet.flixster.com/info for details.

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About the Film

Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson star once again as gods at war in “Wrath of the Titans”, under the direction of Johnathan Liebesman. A decade after his heroic defeat of the monstrous Kaken, Perseus (Worthington) the demigod son of Zeus (Neeson) is attempting to live a quieter life as a village fisherman and the sole parent to his 10-year old son, Helius. Meanwhile, a struggle for supremacy rages between the gods and the Titans. Dangerously weakened by humanity’s lack of devotion, the gods are losing control of the imprisoned Titans and their ferocious leader, Kronos, father of the long-ruling brothers Zeus, Hades (Fiennes) and Poseidon (Danny Huston). The triumvirate had overthrown their powerful father long ago, leaving him to rot in the gloomy abyss of Tartarus, a dungeon that lies deep within the cavernous underworld. Perseus cannot ignore his true calling when Hades, along with Zeus’ godly son, Ares (Edgar Ramrez), switch loyalties and make a deal, with kronos to capture Zeus. The Titans’ strength grows stronger as Zeus’ remaining godly powers are siphoned, and hell is unleashed on earth. Enlisting the help of the warrior Queen Andromeda (Rosamund Pike), Poseidon’s demigod son, Argenor (Toby Kebbell), and fallen gob Hephaestus (Bill Nighy), Perseus bravely embarks on a treacherous quest into the underworld to rescue Zeus, overthrow the Titans and save mankind.

 

About the Film

Sam Worthington

SAM WORTHINGTON (Perseus) graduated from Sydney's prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1998.  Upon graduation, he continued in the theater with a production of "Judas Kiss," directed by Neil Armfield, for Company B at the Belvoir Street Theater.

With smaller roles in international films such as "Hart's War," "The Great Raid," and "Rogue" under his belt, Worthington screen tested opposite Daniel Craig for the role of "James Bond" in "Casino Royale."  Although he did not land the much-coveted part, it proved to be the perfect dress rehearsal for the following year.  After an exhaustive casting search, James Cameron hand-picked Worthington to star in "Avatar"—Cameron's first narrative film since his 1997 Oscar-winning blockbuster "Titanic." "Avatar" is now the #1 highest grossing film of all time with $2.74 billion worldwide. "Avatar" received several nominations for the 2010 Academy Awards including "Best Picture" and Directing for James Cameron's work in the film. The film won 2010 Golden Globe Awards in the "Best Motion Picture – Drama" category as well as for "Best Director." James Cameron was nominated for a 2010 DGA Feature Film Award for "Avatar."

Worthington newly signed on to star in Summit Entertainment's thriller "Man on a Ledge." The film is set be released in 2012.

Worthington recently appeared as the lead role of "Perseus" in Warner Brothers' "Clash of the Titans," directed by Louis Leterrier. The film has grossed $491 million worldwide.

Worthington recently wrapped filming the Ami Canaan Mann directed drama "The Fields." The film is set for release in 2012.

Worthington starred opposite Christian Bale in Warner Brothers' much-anticipated prequel to the Terminator franchise, "Terminator Salvation."  The film grossed $370 million worldwide.  Coincidentally, James Cameron wrote and directed the first two installments of the Terminator films—"The Terminator" and "Terminator 2: Judgment Day."

In addition to two franchise films, Worthington also recently completed shooting two character-driven dramas—"Last Night," opposite Keira Knightley and "The Debt," with Helen Mirren.  The former revolves around a husband and wife, both of whose fidelity is tested over the course of 36 hours.  The latter was directed by John Madden and tells a post-World War II story of three Mossad agents confronted years later by their scandal-ridden past.

Building upon his theater background, Worthington has continued to work steadily in both film and television.  He made his feature film debut with the Australian film, "Bootmen," in which he played Adam Garcia's brooding older brother.  His performance garnered him an Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award Nomination for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role" in 2000.  Additional Australian film credits include "Dirty Deeds," with John Goodman, Toni Collette and Sam Neill; "Getting' Square," with David Wenham; and Geoffrey Wright's contemporary adaptation of "Macbeth," in which he played the title character.  It was Worthington's layered performance in Cate Shortland's critically-acclaimed and commercially successful "Somersault" which distinguished him from his peers.  He earned an AFI Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role and a Film Critics Circle of Australia (FCCA) Nomination for Best Actor – Male in 2004.  The film made a clean sweep of the AFI Awards, winning in all 13 film categories—the first time this had ever occurred in the awards' history.

Worthington's television credits include some of Australia's most acclaimed productions: "Love My Way," which won an AFI for "Best Television Drama Series," and "The Surgeon," which was nominated for an AFI for "Best Telefeature or Miniseries."  He also starred in "Delivery Man," one of the episodes of "Two Twisted," a "Twilight Zone"-like anthology series produced by Bryan Brown.

 

Ralph Fiennes

RALPH FIENNES (Hades) appears this summer in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part II" as the evil Lord Voldemort, one of the most terrifying villains in modern literature and cinema. He first appeared as Voldemort in 2005's "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" and returned to the role in the 2007 blockbuster "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" and, most recently, in last year's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1."

In 2010, Fiennes also made his feature film directorial debut with a contemporary version of Shakespeare's dangerous political thriller "Coriolanus," in which he also stars with Gerard Butler and Vanessa Redgrave. That same year, he starred in "Nanny McPhee Returns," opposite Emma Thompson, and "Clash of the Titans," with Liam Neeson and Sam Worthington. Currently, he is filming "Clash of the Titans 2."

Fiennes has been honored with two Academy Award® nominations, the first coming in 1994 for his performance in Steven Spielberg's Oscar®-winning Best Picture, "Schindler's List." Fiennes' chilling portrayal of Nazi Commandant Amon Goeth also brought him a Golden Globe nomination and a BAFTA Award, as well as Best Supporting Actor honors from numerous critics groups, including the National Society of Film Critics, and the New York, Chicago, Boston and London Film Critics associations. Four years later, Fiennes earned his second Oscar® nomination, for Best Actor, in another Best Picture winner, Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient." He also garnered Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations, as well as two Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award® nominations, one for Best Actor and another shared with the film's ensemble cast.

In addition, Fiennes won a British Independent Film Award, an Evening Standard British Film Award and a London Film Critics Circle Award and earned a BAFTA Award nomination for his work in the 2005 drama "The Constant Gardener," directed by Fernando Meirelles. In 2008, he received dual British Independent Film Award nominations, both for Best Supporting Actor, for his performances in "The Duchess," for which he also received a Golden Globe nomination, and "In Bruges." In addition, he earned Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Award® nominations for his work in the HBO movie "Bernard and Doris," opposite Susan Sarandon.

His many other film credits include "The Reader," with Kate Winslet; Kathryn Bigelow's Oscar®-winning "The Hurt Locker"; James Ivory's "The White Countess"; Aardman's Oscar®-winning animated film "Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit"; "Red Dragon"; the Neil Jordan-directed films "The End of the Affair" and "The Good Thief"; David Cronenberg's "Spider"; Martha Fiennes' "Chromophobia" and "Onegin"; István Szabó's "Sunshine"; "Maid in Manhattan"; the animated "The Prince of Egypt"; "The Avengers"; "Oscar and Lucinda"; Kathryn Bigelow's "Strange Days"; Robert Redford's "Quiz Show"; and "Wuthering Heights," which marked his film debut.

A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Fiennes began his career on the London stage, including two seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). In 1995, Fiennes opened as Hamlet in Jonathan Kent's production of the Shakespeare play, winning a Tony Award when the production moved to Broadway. His subsequent theatre credits include "Ivanov," again under Kent's direction; the title roles of Shakespeare's "Richard II" and "Coriolanus"; Christopher Hampton's "The Talking Cure," in which he originated the role of Carl Jung; the title role in Ibsen's "Brand" at the RSC; and "Julius Caesar," playing Mark Anthony.

In 2006, he reunited with Jonathan Kent to star in Brian Friel's "Faith Healer," which opened in Dublin before moving to Broadway, where Fiennes earned a Tony nomination for his performance. More recently, Fiennes starred in the 2008 West End debut of Yasmina Reza's play "The God of Carnage," and, later that year, starred in Kent's production of "Oedipus," at the National Theatre.

 

Liam Neeson

LIAM NEESON (Dr. Martin Harris) is an award-winning actor, who has been internationally recognized for his work in both major studio blockbusters and acclaimed independent features. He has been honored for his depictions of three very different real-life figures. Neeson received Academy Award®, Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations for his performance as Oskar Schindler in Steven Spielberg's 1993 Oscar®-winning Best Picture "Schindler's List." Three years later, he played the title role in Neil Jordan's biopic "Michael Collins," earning another Golden Globe nomination and winning an Evening Standard British Film Award and the 1996 Venice Film Festival's Volpi Cup for his impassioned portrayal of the Irish Republican hero. In 2004, Neeson starred as controversial sex researcher Alfred Kinsey in Bill Condon's "Kinsey," for which he garnered his third Golden Globe nomination and an Independent Spirit Award nomination, and won a Los Angeles Film Critics Award.

His most recent film work includes Jaume Collet-Serra's thriller "Unkown"; Paul Haggis' romantic thriller "The Next Three Days"; the actioner "The A-Team"; the mythological epic "Clash of the Titans"; and the thriller "Taken." He also starred in the indie films "Chloe," directed by Atom Egoyan, and "After.Life." He also has a number of upcoming projects, including Joe Carnahan's action thriller "The Grey" and Peter Berg's sci-fi action adventure "Battleship."

Neeson is also well known to film fans for his work in two blockbuster film franchises: playing the role of Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn in "Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace," and the enigmatic Henri Ducard in Christopher Nolan's "Batman Begins." In addition, Neeson lends his distinctive voice to the character of Aslan in "The Chronicles of Narnia" films: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," "Prince Caspian" and "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader."

Born in Ireland, Neeson began acting in 1976 with the Lyric Players Theatre in Belfast, and made his professional debut in Joseph Plunkett's "The Risen People." After two years, he joined the famed repertory company of Dublin's Abbey Theatre, appearing in their production of Brian Friel's "Translations." He later won a Best Actor award for his performance in Sean O'Casey's "The Plough and the Stars" at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England.

In 1980, director John Boorman spotted Neeson as Lennie in John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men," and cast him in the Arthurian epic feature "Excalibur." During that decade, Neeson played a wide range of characters in such films as Roger Donaldson's "The Bounty"; Roland Joffe's "The Mission"; "Lamb," in the title role; Andrei Konchalovsky's "Duet for One"; "A Prayer for the Dying"; Peter Yates' "Suspect"; "The Good Mother"; and "High Spirits," which marked his first collaboration with director Neil Jordan.

Neeson's later film work includes Sam Raimi's "Darkman"; "Crossing the Line"; "Under Suspicion"; Woody Allen's "Husbands and Wives"; John Madden's "Ethan Frome," playing the title role; Michael Apted's "Nell," with Jodie Foster and Natasha Richardson; "Rob Roy," as the title character; Barbet Schroeder's "Before and After," opposite Meryl Streep; "Les Miserables"; Kathryn Bigelow's "K-19: The Widowmaker"; Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York"; Richard Curtis' ensemble hit "Love Actually"; Ridley Scott's "Kingdom of Heaven"; and Neil Jordan's "Breakfast on Pluto."

Throughout his career, Neeson has returned to the stage. He made his Broadway debut in the 1993 revival of Eugene O'Neill's "Anna Christie," for which he garnered a Tony Award nomination. In 1998, he played Oscar Wilde in David Hare's play "The Judas Kiss," which opened in London's West End and subsequently moved to Broadway. He returned to Broadway in 2002 to play Proctor in Sir Richard Eyre's acclaimed production of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," opposite Laura Linney, earning a second Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination. Neeson more recently starred in the 2008 Lincoln Center Festival presentation of Samuel Beckett's "Eh Joe," directed by Atom Egoyan and produced by Dublin's Gate Theatre.

 

Danny Huston

DANNY HUSTON (Poseidon) is an award-winning actor known for his versatility and dramatic screen presence, who is following in his family's footsteps, cultivating a storied career both in front of and behind the camera.

Known as a writer, director and producer, Huston gave his breakthrough acting performance in the independent film "Ivansxtc." Huston was nominated for Best Male Performance at the Independent Spirit Awards in 2003, for his portrayal of Hollywood talent agent Ivan Beckman.  Huston has worked nonstop as an actor ever since.

Huston stars in three films to be released this year: Robert Redford's "The Conspirator," with James McAvoy, Robin Wright and Kevin Kline, and "Playoff," directed by Eran Riklis. He recently finished filming "The Congress," directed by Ari Folman, starring Harvey Keitel and Robin Wright.

Following "Ivansxtc," Huston's other film credits include "Silver City," directed by John Sayles; "Birth," directed by Jonathan Glazer, opposite Nicole Kidman; and Martin Scorsese's "The Aviator," alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Alec Baldwin, for which the ensemble cast was nominated for a 2004 SAG Award®. The following year, Huston received the Golden Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Sandy Woodrow in Fernando Meirelles' "The Constant Gardener," and starred in the critically acclaimed Australian western "The Proposition," directed by John Hillcoat, alongside Guy Pearce and Emily Watson. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Huston has collaborated numerous of times with British directors Mike Figgis and Bernard Rose, most recently with Rose on "The Kreutzer Sonata," which premiered at the 2008 Edinburgh International Film Festival and "Two Jacks" in 2010.

Huston other film credits include "Marie Antoinette," directed by Sofia Coppola; "Children of Men," directed by Alfonso Cuarón; "Fade to Black," in which he played Orson Welles, alongside Christopher Walken and Paz Vega and directed by Oliver Parker; "The Number 23," directed by Joel Schumacher; "The Kingdom," directed by Peter Berg; "30 Days of Night," directed by David Slade; "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," directed by Robert Weide; and he portrayed Samuel Adams in the award-winning HBO miniseries "John Adams." Huston starred as villainous army colonel William Stryker in the blockbuster franchise "X-Men Origins: Wolverine."

Recently released films include Martin Campbell's thriller "Edge of Darkness," produced by Academy Award winner Graham King. Followed by Ridley Scott's "Robin Hood" he starred as King Richard opposite Russell Crowe's Robin Hood and Cate Blanchett's Maid Marion, and in the fantasy-action Sngmoo Lee's "The Warrior's Way," with Kate Bosworth and Geoffrey Rush. In Barry Levinson's critically acclaimed award-winning "You Don't Know Jack," a biopic based on the life of Jack Kevorkian for HBO, Huston portrayed Geoffrey Feiger, Kevorkian's lawyer, opposite Al Pacino.

 

Edgar Ramirez

EDGAR RAMIREZ (Ares – God of War) last starred in director Olivier Assayas' feature "Carlos,", for which he received a 2011 Golden Globe nomination in the category of "Best Actor in a Television Miniseries" and a 2011 SAG Award® nomination in the category of "Outstanding Actor in a Television Miniseries". Ramirez has also received nominations for "Best Actor" by the Los Angeles Film Critics Circle, the London Film Critics Circle, and in France for a Cesar Award in the category of "Best Newcomer (Male)" and for a Prix Lumieres Award in the category of "Best Actor". Ramirez played Carlos, a legend in the espionage world for over 30 years. Ramirez spoke 4-5 languages for the role, which shot in numerous locations including France, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Lebanon, Yemen and possibly Sudan. The project was released theatrically by IFC, and as a 3 part miniseries by Sundance Channel. CARLOS premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival and won "Best Television Miniseries" at the 2011 Golden Globes, as well as being voted "Best Foreign Language Film" by the Los Angeles and New York Film Critics Circles.

Ramirez can currently be seen in the Ernesto 'Che' Guevara bio-pic, "The Argentine", with Benicio Del Toro. The film, written and directed by Stephen Soderbergh, premiered at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival. Ramirez was last in the political thriller "Vantage Point," opposite Forest Whitaker, Dennis Quaid and Matthew Fox. The film is told in a Rashomon narrative style and follows the attempted assassination of the president from five different perspectives.

Ramirez can currently be seen internationally starring in "Cyrano Fernandez," a Venezuelan-Spanish production based on the French play "Cyrano de Bergerac." This film marks Ramirez's first foray into producing. The film had its world premiere at the AFI Film Festival in November and won the Audience Award at the 2008 Malaga Film Festival. For his performance in the film, Ramirez won the Best Actor Award in the official selection of Territorio Latinoamericano. Also to be released later this year is "Elipsis," directed by Eduardo Arias-Nath and to be distributed by Fox Latin America.

Ramirez made his American film debut as "Choco" in Tony Scott's "Domino,", opposite Keira Knightley and Mickey Rourke. He also starred in "The Bourne Ultimatum," opposite Matt Damon.

Ramirez has additionally appeared in a number of international film productions. His past international film credits include "El Don (The Boss)," directed by J.R Novoa (Venezuela/Spain); "La Hora Cero (The Magic Hour)," a short film directed by Guillermo Arriaga, the acclaimed screenwriter of "Amores Perros" and "21 Grams" (Mexico); "El Nudo ("The Knot"), directed by Alejandro Wiederman (Venezuela); "Yotama se va Volando ("Yotama Flies Away"), directed by Luis Armando Roche (Venezuela – France); "Punto Y Raya ("Step Forward"), directed by Elia K. Schneider (Venezuela – Spain – Chile – Uruguay), a nominee for Oscar® consideration for 2004 Best Foreign Film; and "Anonimo ("Anonymous"), directed by Enelio Farina (Venezuela).

A native of Caracas, Venezuela, Ramirez grew up all over the world due to his father's job as a military attaché. He has made his home in such diverse countries as Austria, Canada, Colombia, Italy and Mexico and is fluent in German, English, French, Italian and Spanish as a result. Throughout his travels Ramirez developed a great love and ability for intercultural communication, a skill he parlayed into a degree in journalism. He specialized in political communications and initially intended on becoming a diplomat.

In 2000, before turning to acting full time, Ramirez was the executive director of NGO Dale Al Voto, a Venezuelan organization akin to Rock the Vote.  In order to foster democratic values among young people, Ramirez and his team created cutting edge campaigns for radio, television and cinema.  The campaign was well received by audiences throughout the country.  He also lent his expertise to various Venezuelan multilateral organizations including Organization of American States, Transparency International and Amnesty International.

Later this month, after 3 years of contribution to UNICEF including Haiti Relief, Anti-Violence and Children's Rights campaigns, Ramirez will be appointed Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. He joins the distinguished list of International Ambassadors that includes Vanessa Redgrave, Susan Sarandon, Shakira, Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, Orlando Bloom, Judy Collins and Mia Farrow. This has always been one of his humanitarian goals. As spokesperson for Senosalud.com, the biggest association for breast cancer in Venezuela, Ramirez is actively involved with their ongoing campaigns. He recently shot a PSA promoting the importance of early detection and pro-awareness to women and men and also trains other spokespersons for the organization. Ramirez was the first male celebrity to help shed light on this important cause.

Ramirez currently serves in his last year as the host of the short film festival hosted on the AXN Network (SONY-owned network in Latin America).  The festival is in its fifth year.

 

Bill Nighy

BILL NIGHY's (Hephaestus) film credits include "Valkyrie," "Underworld," "Love Actually," "The Girl in the Café," "Notes on a Scandal," "Pirates of the Caribbean," "The Constant Gardener," "The Boat that Rocked," "1939," "Wild Target," and "Chalet Girl."

His television credits include "Absolute Hell," "The Men's Room," "State of Play," "The Lost Prince" and "Gideon's Daughter."

His theatre credits include Map of the World," "Pravda," "King Lear," "Skylight," "Arcadea," "Blue/Orange," "Betrayal," "A Kind of Alaska" and "The Vertical Hour." His upcoming projects include David Hare's "Page 8" and "Jack and the Giant Killer." Nighy was nominated as British Independent Film Award Best Actor for his performance in "The Lawless Heart" in 2002.

 

Toby Kebbell

TOBY KEBBELL (Argenor) is a BAFTA nominated actor who made his breakthrough when Shane Meadows cast him in the role of 'Anthony' in the film "Dead Man's Shoes" (2004). He was nominated for Most Promising Newcomer at the British Independent Film Awards and was widely commended for his sensitive, moving portrayal of a young man with learning difficulties.

Kebbell then appeared in Oliver Stone's "Alexander" (2004) as well as "Match Point" (2005), a film for which Kebbell was cast without an audition after Woody Allen was blown away by his performance in "Dead Man's Shoes." His most critically acclaimed role came in 2007 when he played 'Rob Gretton', the real life manager of Joy Division, in Anton Corbijn's award-winning biopic "Control" (2007), directed by Ian Curtis. He won the Best Supporting Actor Award at the British Independent Film Awards, beating off challenges by Cate Blanchett, Colin Firth and costar Samantha Morton. He was also nominated for the London Critics' Circle Best Supporting Actor Award alongside Albert Finney and Tom Wilkinson.

In December 2007, Kebbellt ook the lead in a gripping episode of Jimmy McGovern's BBC series "The Street," which subsequently won the BAFTA for Best Drama series on television. His other work for the BBC includes a modern re-telling of "Macbeth," which also starred James McAvoy. Kebbell's spell on stage includes a performance at the Almeida in David Hare's re-work of "Maxim Gorky's Enemies" and at the Playhouse in R.C. Sherriff's classic "Journey's End" (2007).

In September 2008 Kebbell was on the big screen again in "Rock'n'Rolla" (2008), Guy Ritchie's latest offering, alongside Tom Wilkinson, Gerard Butler and Thandie Newton. His performance was a true-to-life imitation of a drug addict's life and this role saw him win a best actor award in Britain's top selling daily newspaper. Kebbell ended 2008 by appearing alongside Michelle Pfeiffer in Stephen Frears' latest offering "Cheri" (2009) and also completed filming in Morocco and London with Jake Gyllenhaal and the Oscar® winning Ben Kingsley for the epic adventure "Prince of Persia: Sands of Time" (2010).

With terrific turns in a number of very different roles, and several awards and nominations already under his belt, Kebbell has earned himself a place as one of Britain's foremost young actors. This was recognized with his BAFTA nomination in January 2009 in the 'Rising Star' category.

In 2009, Kebbell completed filming the much-anticipated Robert Redford film, "The Conspirator" (2010) where he plays 'John Wilkes Booth', the man accused of President Lincoln's assassination, which also stars James McAvoy and Robin Wright Penn.

2010 was a big year for Kebbell as not only did he star in "The Prince of Persia," one of two summer blockbusters, but he also played a major role as 'Drake Stone' in "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," starring Nicolas Cage.

Kebbell recently finished filming "The Veteran," as the protagonist 'Miller', a young soldier returning home from Afghanistan, who is offered a job in clandestine surveillance of suspected terrorists. Co-written by Matthew Hope and former SAS counter-terrorism specialist Robert Henry Craft, "The Veteran" promises to be a poignant addition to Toby Kebbell's already impressive career.

Most recently, Kebbell completed filming for "War Horse," produced and directed by three time Oscar® winner Steven Spielberg. Set during World War 1, "War Horse" tells the heartfelt story of a young man who enlists to find and rescue his horse.

 

Rosamund Pike

ROSAMUND PIKE (Queen Andromeda) has quickly emerged as a contemporary and multifaceted actress having earned international acclaim for both her stage and film roles.

Pike recently starred in "Barney's Version," opposite Paul Giamatti, and Dustin Hoffman. The film, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, and went on to receive rave reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival, is a love story which spans over 30 years and poignantly captures the life of the politically incorrect, irascible and fearlessly blunt Barney Panofsky (Giamatti) and the women he has loved in his life. Pike's work in the film earned her a 2011 London Critics' Circle Award for "British Actress of the Year".

Currently, Pike recently wrapped production on spy comedy "Johnny English Reborn," a sequel to the 2003 hit film. She will appear opposite Rowan Atkinson, who plays the film's title character that somehow finds himself responsible for stopping a plot by a group of international assasins hunting down the Chinese premier. Gillian Anderson and Dominic West also star, with Oliver Parker directing. The film will be released on September 16, 2011. She also completed production on David Frankel's comedy, "The Big Year," in which she will star alongside Owen Wilson, Jack Black and Steve Martin, has set the release date for October 14, 2011. In addition, earlier this year Pike filmed the BBC movie "Women in Love."

In 2010, Pike starred in the dramatic film "Made in Dagenham" opposite Sally Hawkins, Miranda Richardson and Bob Hoskins, based on the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant. She was later nominated for a 2011 London Critics' Circle Award for "British Actress in a Supporting Role" for her role in the film. Pike also starred in "Lone Scherfig's" Academy Award® Nominated film "An Education," opposite Peter Sarsgaard and Carey Mulligan. Received well at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009, "An Education" continued to garner critical acclaim with Academy Award®, Golden Globe, BAFTA, Film Critics nominations, and a win for Best Foreign Film at the Independent Spirit Awards.

In 2004, Pike began work on Laurence Dunmore's film version of "The Libertine," opposite Johnny Depp, playing the wife of the Earl of Rochester (Depp). Pike was recognized for her extraordinary performance, receiving the 2005 British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. The film also starred John Malkovich and Samantha Morton.

Pike was next seen starring alongside Kiera Knightley, Brenda Blethyn and Dame Judi Dench in the film adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel "Pride and Prejudice," directed by Joe Wright. She earned critical acclaim and received a 2006 London Film Critics Award for her portrayal of Jane Bennett.

In 2007, Pike played opposite Ryan Gosling and Anthony Hopkins in the legal thriller "Fracture," directed by Gregory Hoblit. She also starred in Jeremy Podeswa's independent film "Fugitive Pieces," which opened the 2007 Toronto Film Festival. Pike starred in "Surrogates," opposite Bruce Willis and then segued to another independent film, "Burning Palms," written and directed by Christopher Landon, the film depicts 5 darkly comic and controversial tales of life in Los Angeles. Cast in her first major film as an iconic Bond girl at the age of 21, Pike starred opposite Halle Berry and Pierce Brosnan in "Die Another Day."

With starring roles in cinema, throughout her career, Pike continues to return to her roots in theater on the London stage. She has starred in "Gaslight" at the Old Vic Theater, in Patrick Hamilton's Victorian thriller, The Wyndhams Theater's production of "Madame de Sade," opposite Judi Dench, and The Royal Court Theatre production of "Hitchcock Blonde," directed by Terry Johnson. With its enormous success, the play was moved to the Lyric Theater in London's West End. Pike also began 2010 by starring as the title role of the UK touring production of "Hedda Gabler," a performance for which she received rave reviews.

 

John Bell

JOHN BELL (Helius) first appeared on the big screen in Vic Sarin's "A Shine of Rainbows," with Aidan Quinn and Connie Nielsen. Bell won Best Actor for his portrayal of Tomas at the Newport Beach Film Festival, and the movie also garnered awards at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival and the Heartland Film Festival. He has since acted in the upcoming actioner "Battleship," from director Peter Berg, and is currently shooting Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," in New Zealand.

His first appearance on television was alongside David Tennant in the popular series "Doctor Who." Bell won the role through a national competition. He later joined the BBC comedy "Life of Riley," and recently costarred in the critically acclaimed telefilm "Hattie." He has a regular role in the BBC series "Tracy Beaker Returns," and will next be seen on TV in the History Channel's "Hatfields and McCoys," a miniseries starring Kevin Costner, Bill Paxton and Tom Berenger, under the direction of Kevin Reynolds.

Bell was born in Paisley, Scotland, and has studied drama since the age of six. Now 14, he currently attends the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

 

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Jonathan Liebesman

JONATHAN LIEBESMAN (Director) was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. After high school, he attended the South African School of Film and Drama before moving to the U.S. to study at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.

Liebesman wrote and directed the award winning short film "Genesis and Catastophe," based on Roald Dahl's short story.  The film was screened at numerous film festivals and generated a lot of buzz.  "Darkness Falls" was his first directorial feature film which debuted at #1.  Liebesman was asked by Walter Parkes at DreamWorks to direct the short film "Rings"; the short film acted as a bridge between "The Ring" and "The Ring 2."  He directed "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" for producer Michael Bay.

Liebesman also directed "The Killing Room." The film starred Timothy Hutton, Chloe Sevingy, Peter Stormare, and Nick Cannon.  Eleven Eleven films and Management 360 produced.  The film was accepted and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and later played at the prestigious Deauville Film Festival.

 

Dan Mazeau

DAN MAZEAU (Screenwriter) grew up in Santa Rosa, CA and majored in physics at UC Berkley before enrolling in the MFA screenwriting program at UCLA.  There he wrote a family fantasy "The Land of Lost Things" and the script was set up at Nickelodeon/Paramount, with Arnold Kopelson producing.  Hired by Dan Lin and Warner Bros. to adapt "Jonny Quest," he was named one of Variety's "10 Screenwriters to Watch" in 2008 and the script was on the Blacklist that same year.

Since then he has adapted "The Flash" for Warner Bros., worked with Doug Liman on his "Untitled Moon Project" and is currently writing two projects for director Shawn Levy.

 

David Leslie Johnson

DAVID LESLIE JOHNSON (Screenwriter) most recently wrote Catherine Hardwicke's fantasy thriller "Red Riding Hood." The horror thriller "Orphan," directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Vera Farmiga and Peter Sarsgaard. marked his first feature screenplay credit.

He currently has several projects in development.

Johnson attended The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Photography and Cinema. He began his career as a production assistant on Frank Darabont's "The Shawshank Redemption," which was filmed on location in Johnson's hometown of Mansfield, Ohio, at the historic Mansfield Reformatory, where Johnson's great-grandfather had been a prison guard. Johnson spent the next five years as Darabont's assistant, using the opportunity to hone his craft as a screenwriter.

 

Greg Berlanti

GREG BERLANTI (Story) most recently wrote and produced super hero actioner "Green Lantern," starring Ryan Reynolds. Prior to that, he directed the romantic comedy "Life As We Know It," starring Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel, which grossed over $100 million worldwide. In 2000, Berlanti made his directorial debut with the indie feature "The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy."

As a writer, director and producer, Berlanti is the force behind several of the most inventive and acclaimed television series, including ABC's "Brothers & Sisters," "No Ordinary Family," "Dirty Sexy Money," and "Eli Stone," for which he was nominated for a Writers Guild America Award. He began his career in television as a writer and executive producer on "Dawson's Creek" before going on to create and executive produce two of the WB's most critically acclaimed dramas, "Everwood" and "Jack & Bobby."

 

Basil Iwanyk

BASIL IWANYK (Producer) most recently produced the critically acclaimed film "The Town", directed by Ben Affleck and starring Affleck, Jeremy Renner, and Jon Hamm. The film grossed $160 million worldwide, and was nominated for numerous awards including Oscar, Golden Globe, and BAFTA nominations, as well as from The Producers Guild Awards, The Writers Guild Awards, and the National Board of Review. It was also named by the American Film Institute as one of the top 10 films of the year.

Iwanyk has produced several film projects under the banner of his production company, Thunder Road Pictures, including the epic action adventure "Clash of the Titans," starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes. The film was one of the biggest hits of 2010, and grossed $494 million worldwide. Thunder Road is currently in production of the sequel, Wrath of the Titans, in which most of the same cast returns (including Worthington, Neeson, and Fiennes), and is slated to be released Spring of 2012.

Recent Thunder Road projects include the summer hit "The Expendables," directed by Sylvester Stallone, who also joins the film's action star ensemble, including Jet Li, Jason Statham and Bruce Willis; the Antoine Fuqua-directed crime saga "Brooklyn's Finest," starring Richard Gere and Don Cheadle; the true-life drama "We Are Marshall," directed by McG; and the Harrison Ford thriller "Firewall," directed by Richard Loncraine.

Thunder Road is also in the process of preparing a number of other movies to be shot this Fall: a remake of "A Star is Born", with Clint Eastwood directing and starring Beyonce; and "Seventh Son", a fantasy adventure film starring Jeff Bridges with Sergei Bodrov directing.

Iwanyk began his film industry career as an agent trainee at United Talent Agency. He joined Warner Bros. Pictures in 1995 as a creative executive, and was promoted to Vice President of Production two years later. During his tenure at the studio, Iwanyk was involved in the development and production of such films as Antoine Fuqua's crime drama "Training Day," starring Denzel Washington in an Oscar®-winning performance; Steven Soderbergh's "Ocean's Eleven," and Christopher Nolan's thriller "Insomnia."

In 2000, Iwanyk became President of Worldwide Production at Intermedia Films, overseeing a wide variety of projects, including "K-19: The Widowmaker", "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines," Spike Jonze's Oscar®-winning "Adaptation," and Phillip Noyce's Oscar®-nominated "The Quiet American." He started Thunder Road Pictures in 2004.

 

Polly Johnsen

POLLY JOHNSEN (Producer) has a three-year first-look deal with Warner Bros. She produced the independent "Ceremony" starring Uma Thurman and directed by Max Winkler, "Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore," and Kevin Smith's "Cop Out," starring Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan. Polly has over a dozen active projects in development at Warner Bros., including "Excalibur," with Bryan Singer; "Galveston" based on the greatest natural disaster in US history; "Abstinence Teacher," based on the novel by Tom Perotta; and "Occupied City" written by Brian Tucker and based on the novel by David Peace.

Prior to forming her own company, Johnsen was president of Warner Independent Pictures (WIP) from 2006 to 2008. She was responsible for production, marketing and distribution of the company's slate of films, which included "The Painted Veil," "A Scanner Darkly," "For Your Consideration," "In the Valley of Elah," and the final picture to come out of Warner Independent Pictures, "Slumdog Millionaire," which won eight Academy Awards®, including Best Director and Best Picture.

Before joining WIP, Johnsen spent nearly a decade at Warner Bros. Joining the company as a creative executive in 1997, she was promoted to production executive in 1998. A year later she became vice president of production, and in 2003 she was elevated to senior vice president. Johnsen was named executive vice president of production in February of 2006. During her tenure, Johnsen was the executive on the first four "Harry Potter" movies, "Superman Returns," "Blood Diamond," "I Am Legend," "P.S. I Love You," "Scooby Doo 1 & 2," "Starsky & Hutch," "The Perfect Storm" and "Three Kings," among others.

Johnsen began her motion picture career at Jersey Films, where she was involved with such films as "Out of Sight" and "Erin Brokovich." Prior to beginning her career in entertainment, she received her undergraduate degree in Chinese Studies from the University of California at San Diego, and lived and worked in Southeast Asia. Johnsen later received her MFA from the University of Southern California's Peter Stark Producing Program.

 

Thomas Tull

THOMAS TULL (Executive Producer) is Chairman and CEO of Legendary Pictures and has achieved great success in the co-production and co-financing of event movies. Since its inception in 2004, Legendary Pictures has teamed with Warner Bros. Pictures on such hits as Bryan Singer's "Superman Returns"; Zack Snyder's "300," "Watchmen" and "Sucker Punch"; and Christopher Nolan's "Batman Begins" and award-winning phenomenon "The Dark Knight," which earned in excess of $1 billion worldwide.

More recently, this highly successful partnership produced blockbuster "The Hangover Part II"; Ben Affleck's "The Town"; Christopher Nolan's summer blockbuster "Inception"; the worldwide hit "Clash of the Titans"; Todd Phillips' "The Hangover," which is the highest-grossing R-rated comedy of all time, as well as Phillips' "Due Date" and "The Hangover Part II"; and Spike Jonze's "Where the Wild Things Are." Legendary's upcoming releases include Bryan Singer's "Jack the Giant Killer," and the new Superman movie directed by Zack Snyder. Legendary is also developing a number of promising film projects in-house, including "Warcraft," "Godzilla," "Gravel," "Paradise Lost," and sequels to "300" and "Clash of the Titans."

Before forming Legendary, Tull was President of The Convex Group, a media and entertainment holding company headquartered in Atlanta, on whose Board of Directors he also served.

 

Jon Jashni

JON JASHNI (Executive Producer) oversees the development and production of all Legendary film projects, including the upcoming features "Warcraft," "Akira" and "Paradise Lost." He recently served as executive producer on such films as Louis Leterrier's mythological adventure hit "Clash of the Titans," Todd Phillips' top-grossing R-rated comedy "The Hangover," Spike Jonze's family adventure hit "Where the Wild Things Are" and Ben Affleck's "The Town."

Prior to Legendary, Jashni was President of Hyde Park Entertainment, a production and financing company with overall deals at 20th Century Fox, Disney and MGM. While there, he oversaw the development and production of "Shopgirl," "Dreamer," "Walking Tall" and "Premonition."

Before joining Hyde Park, Jashni was a producer on director Andy Tennant's romantic comedy smash "Sweet Home Alabama," which grossed over $175 million worldwide. Jashni's collaboration with Tennant began with the $90 million-grossing fairy tale "Ever After," for which Jashni oversaw development and production as a senior production executive at 20th Century Fox.

Jashni also co-produced two films which received a total of three Academy Award® nominations: the critically acclaimed drama "The Hurricane," which garnered a Best Actor nod for star Denzel Washington; and a non-musical reinterpretation of "Anna and the King," which starred Jodie Foster and earned two Oscar® nominations.

Jashni was earlier partnered with industry powerbroker Irving Azoff at the Warner Bros.-based Giant Pictures. Together they produced "Jack Frost" and "The Inkwell." Jashni joined Azoff after a stint as a production executive at Columbia Pictures, where he was involved in the development and production of such films as "Groundhog Day," "Bram Stoker's Dracula" and "Stephen King's Sleepwalkers." Jashni began his career at Daniel Melnick's The IndieProd Company, where he was involved in the production of "Air America," "Mountains of the Moon," "Roxanne" and "Punchline."

Jashni is a member of the American Film Institute and the Producers Guild of America. He holds a BS from the University of Southern California and an MBA from UCLA's Anderson School of Management.

 

Callum McDougall

CALLUM McDOUGALL (Executive Producer) entered the film industry in 1979 starting as a runner on the television series ""The Hammer House of Horror" and Blake Edwards "Victor/Victoria" then working as a third assistant director on various films including two "Pink Panthers" and "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life."

As a key-second assistant director he worked on over twenty productions which included the television series "Inspector Morse" the James Bond films "The Living Daylights" and "Licence to Kill", "Air America", "Gothic", Jim Henson's "The Storyteller" & "The Muppet Christmas Carol", "The Witches" and three seasons of Lucasfilms' award winning television series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles."

As a unit production manager further episodes of "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" and the feature films "Goldeneye", "Fierce Creatures", "101 Dalmatians", "Tomorrow Never Dies"and "Alien Love Triangle". He was executive in charge of production for DNA Films on a slate of productions including "Beautiful Creatures", "Strictly Sinatra" and "The Final Curtain."

Callum co-produced "The Beach" and "Die Another Day," produced the comedy film "The Parole Officer" and executive produced "Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban," "Casino Royale" and "Quantum of Solace."

He is a partner in Eighth Wonder Pictures a production company which is developing a slate of projects for both cinema and television which include a feature film version of the highly popular iconic British television series "The Professionals."

 

Kevin De La Noy

KEVIN DE LA NOY (Executive Producer) was an executive producer on "Clash of the Titans" as well as director Christopher Nolan's worldwide blockbuster "The Dark Knight," featuring an all-star cast led by Christian Bale and Heath Ledger. He also co-produced Michael Mann's biographical crime drama "Public Enemies," which starred Johnny Depp as legendary outlaw John Dillinger.

De La Noy's other recent producing credits include serving as executive producer on "Blood Diamond," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Connelly and Djimon Hounsou, under the direction of Edward Zwick. He had earlier collaborated with Zwick as the unit production manager on "The Last Samurai." De La Noy also co-produced Richard Donner's sci-fi thriller "Timeline," and was an associate producer on Steven Spielberg's award-winning World War II drama "Saving Private Ryan."

In addition, he has been the unit production manager on such hits as "Ali," "Titanic," "Braveheart," "Mission: Impossible" and "Mission: Impossible II." His film work also includes serving as the production supervisor on "The Power of One" and as the location manager on such films as "The Ghost and the Darkness," "Black Beauty," "The Secret Garden" and "1492: Conquest of Paradise." He has also worked as an assistant director on a wide range of features.

 

Louis Leterrier

LOUIS LETERRIER (Executive Producer) most recently directed an all star cast in "Clash of the Titans," and "The Incredible Hulk," based on the Marvel comic and starring Edward Norton, Tim Roth, Liv Tyler and William Hurt. Leterrier previously directed the high-octane actioner "Transporter 2," co-written and produced by Luc Besson and starring Jason Statham in the title role. Leterrier also helmed "Unleashed," starring Jet Li, Morgan Freeman and Bob Hoskins.

A native of Paris, Leterrier developed a love for cinema at an early age, winning several awards for short films before turning 18 and leaving France to study film at New York University's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts. He worked as a production assistant or second assistant director on such films as "Alien: Resurrection," directed by fellow countryman Jean-Pierre Jeunet; Luc Besson's historical epic "The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc"; and "Asterix & Obelix Meet Cleopatra," adapted from the comic books and directed by Alain Chabat.

 

Ben Davis

BEN DAVIS (Director of Photography) has served as director of photography on such feature films as Mikael Håfström's "The Rite," Stephen Frears' "Tamara Drewe," Matthew Vaughn's "Kick Ass," Gerald McMorrow's "Franklyn," Sharon Maquire's "Incendiary" and Peter Webber's "Hannibal Rising." Davis' work can also be seen in the short film, "The Tonto Woman," which received an Academy Award® nomination in 2008 for Best Live Action Short.

Davis is currently working on John Madden's "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," which marks his second collaboration with the director, having previously shot "The Debt."

 

Charles Wood

CHARLES WOOD (Production Designer) began his entertainment industry career in 1991 as a visual effects art director, working on such projects as "The Fugitive," Peter Weir's "Fearless," "Under Siege" and "Army of Darkness." Segueing to design work, he has since collaborated on projects ranging from big studio movies to independent films. His credits include Joe Carnahan's "The A Team"; "Love Guru"; Andy Tennant's "Fool's Gold"; Michael Apted's "Amazing Grace"; "Flyboys," directed by Tony Bill; "Laws of Attraction"; "The Italian Job," directed by F. Gary Gray; "Get Carter" and "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation."

Wood earned an Emmy Award nomination in 2000 for the television movie "Geppetto" and a 2007 Satellite Award nomination for "Amazing Grace."

 

Martin Walsh

MARTIN WALSH (Editor) won an Academy Award® and an American Cinema Editors Eddie Award for his work on the 2002 smash hit adaptation of the Broadway musical "Chicago," directed by Rob Marshall and starring Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Richard Gere.

Walsh has collaborated three times with director Iain Softley, most recently on "Inkheart," following their work together on "Hackers" and the Beatles biopic "Backbeat." Walsh also edited three films for director Peter Chelsom: "The Mighty," "Funny Bones" and "Hear My Song."

Walsh's additional credits include James McTeigue's action thriller "V for Vendetta," produced by the Wachowski Brothers; Julian Fellowes' "Separate Lies"; "Thunderbirds"; "Iris," for director Richard Eyre; "Strictly Sinatra"; "Bridget Jones's Diary"; "Mansfield Park"; "Hilary and Jackie"; "Welcome to Woop Woop"; "For Roseanna"; and "Feeling Minnesota."

Most recently Walsh's work can seen in the "The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time," directed by Mike Newell and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.

 

Jany Temime

JANY TEMIME (Costume Designer) has designed the costumes for "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban"; "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire"; "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," for which she received a Costume Designers Guild Award nomination; "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"; "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1"; and "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2."

Temime's recent credits also include Martin McDonagh's "In Bruges," starring Ralph Fiennes, Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson; Alfonso Cuarón's "Children of Men," starring Clive Owen; Agnieszka Holland's "Copying Beethoven," starring Ed Harris; and Beeban Kidron's "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason," starring Renée Zellweger.

Temime earned a British Independent Film Award nomination for her costume designs for "High Heels and Low Lifes," starring Minnie Driver. She had earlier won a BAFTA Cymru Award for her work on Marc Evans' "House of America," and the 1995 Utrecht Film Festival's Golden Calf for Best Costume Design for Marleen Gorris' Oscar®-winning "Antonia's Line."

Her additional credits encompass more than 40 international motion picture and television projects, including Werner Herzog's "Invincible," starring Tim Roth; Todd Komarnicki's "Resistance"; Marleen Gorris' "The Luzhin Defense"; Paul McGuigan's "Gangster No. 1"; Edward Thomas's "Rancid Aluminum"; Mike van Diem's "The Character," the 1998 Oscar® winner for Best Foreign Language Film; Danny Deprez's "The Ball"; George Sluizer's "The Commissioner" and "Crimetime"; Ate de Jong's "All Men Are Mortal"; and Frans Weisz's "The Last Call."

 

Nick Davis

NICK DAVIS (2nd UNIT DIRECTOR / VISUAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR) earned an Academy Award® nomination and a BAFTA nomination in 2008 for his most recent work on the acclaimed box office powerhouse "The Dark Knight," for director Christopher Nolan.

Davis also received a BAFTA nomination for the visual effects on Tim Burton's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and, prior to that, a BAFTA nomination for "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." He received his first BAFTA nomination plus an AFI Award nomination for his work on the first Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone."

Davis served as visual effects supervisor on the Wolfgang Petersen epic "Troy," Jon Amiel's "Entrapment," and Jeremiah Chechnik's "The Avengers," and as post production supervisor for visual effects on Joel Schumacher's "Batman & Robin" and "Batman Forever,", and on Andrew Davis' "Chain Reaction." He teamed with director Davis on two other films, as visual effects producer on "The Fugitive" and technical supervisor on "Under Siege." His feature credits as a visual effects producer also include Wes Craven's "A New Nightmare" and Sam Raimi's "Army of Darkness." He was also technical supervisor on Peter Weir's "Fearless."

Davis graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Politics from Oxford Brooks University. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and BAFTA and has served on the BAFTA Visual Effects Nomination Committee.

 

Neil Corbould

NEIL CORBOULD (Special Effects Supervisor) is an Academy Award® and BAFTA Award-winning artist with a wide range of feature film credits. He earned an Oscar® for his work on "Gladiator,", which also earned him a BAFTA nomination. He received his first BAFTA Award for his work on "The Fifth Element,", the first film for which he was an effects supervisor. He went on to supervise on such films as "Event Horizon"; "Saving Private Ryan," for which he received his second BAFTA Award; "Entrapment"; and "The Vertical Limit," for which he earned another BAFTA Award nomination.

In 2002, Corbould served as special effects director for Roland Emmerich on "The Day After Tomorrow," which earned him a third BAFTA Award. "King Arthur" and "Kingdom of Heaven" followed, and for his work on 2005's "Superman Returns," Corbould and the special effects team received both Oscar® and BAFTA Award nominations.

Corbould collaborated with filmmaker Edward Zwick on "Blood Diamond" and "Defiance," and with Jon Turtletaub on "National Treasure: Book of Secrets." He recently completed work on the action thriller "The Devil's Double," for director Lee Tamahori. His additional credits include the hit action films "The Mummy Returns" and "Black Hawk Down."

Corbould was still in his teens when he began his career in special effects, gaining experience on Richard Donner's "Superman" and working for Martin Gutteridge on such films as "The Elephant Man," "An American Werewolf in London," "Superman III," "Little Shop of Horrors" and "Amadeus." He worked on three James Bond films: "A View to a Kill," "The Living Daylights" and "License to Kill"; he also worked on "Pink Floy The Wall," "Highlander 2," "City of Joy," "Far and Away" and "Cliffhanger."

 

Javier Navarrete

JAVIER NAVARRETE (Composer) is an Academy Award® and Grammy Award nominee for his score the acclaimed Spanish-language fantasy "Pan's Labyrinth," directed by Guillermo del Toro.

His more recent film work includes the fantasy Western "The Warrior's Way"; Jordan Scott's directorial debut "Cracks"; Joe Dante's horror thriller "The Hole"; and Iain Softley's fantasy adventure "Inkheart," starring Brendan Fraser and Helen Mirren.

Navarrete's additional credits also include Alexandre Aja's horror film "Mirrors," starring Kiefer Sutherland; "His Majesty Minor," directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud; "The Devil's Backbone," directed by Guillermo del Toro; and the romantic drama "Dot the I," starring Gael Garcia Bernal. Additionally, he has scored more than 40 other features, documentaries and television movies in his native Spain.

 

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A ferocious combination of man and beast, the Minotaur was forged from the unholy union of insolence and unrequited love. Poseidon gifted King Minos of Crete with a snow-white bull, but when Minos failed to sacrifice it as a sign of respect to the god, Poseidon caused the King's wife to fall in madly love with the alluring creature, and their spawn took shape as a powerful bull-headed barbarian.

The Minotaur is imprisoned at the center of an elaborate Labyrinth designed by the fallen god Hephaestus, who locked the ravenous man-beast within its twisting passages to safeguard against intruders. There the shape-shifting Minotaur hungrily stalks prey that wanders helplessly within the maze, playing tricks on their minds before mercilessly killing his victims.

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The only female creature among the Wrath wrecking crew, the Chimera is a fire-spewing fiend that takes the form of a multi-beast mashup: dual, razor-toothed heads of a lion and a goat, colossal dragon wings and a savage tail tipped with a serpent's head.

The Chimera descends on Perseus' village like a meteor and annihilates nearly everything in its path. A Chimera sighting - should one somehow escape alive - is considered an omen of all manner of destruction, portending disasters from shipwrecks to volcanic eruptions.

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Vicious demons known as the gods of battle and combat, the mighty Makhai are two-headed, double-torso'd, sword-wielding killing machines. Each of these deadly duos is composed of two fallen souls from the underworld that have been conjoined and forced to fight as one creature for all eternity.

The Makhai's ability to attract fellow spirits of war and death on the battlefield make them even more formidable, with the power to destroy entire armies in one overwhelming attack.

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Kronos proved his appetite for destruction at a young age, when his mother Gaia tried to convince him and his brothers to murder their father, Uranus. The only one willing to do the deed, Kronos castrated his father and killed him, and assumed the throne as leader of the Titans.

Destined to suffer a similar fate that befell his father, Kronos was overthrown by his sons Zeus, Hades and Poseidon, who left him to rot in the gloomy abyss of Tartarus, the nightmarish dungeon that lies deep within the underworld. But Kronos is gaining power as the gods lose theirs, dangerously weakened by humanity's lack of devotion. The gargantuan Titan is on the verge of breaking free from Tartarus and unleashing hell on earth...

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The foul, fearsome Cyclops are a breed of cannibal giants endowed with brute strength and a single eye in the middle of their foreheads. So powerful are these primitive monsters, Uranus imprisoned them in an underworld abyss where they were guarded by a dragon.

Once unleashed from their dungeon by Zeus, the massive masons forged extraordinarily potent weapons for the gods - including Zeus' lightning bolts, Hades' helmet of invisibility and Poseidon's trident - and joined the fight to overthrow the Titans.

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