The Titans Are Life
As Zeus and Hades, Neeson and Fiennes essentially reprise their roles
Ralph Fiennes as Hades, god of the underworld.
Liam Neeson as Zeus, the king of the gods and ruler of Mount Olympus.
-“Wrath of the Titans,” Wikipedia.
Schindler’s List is a really meaningful film to me, and to have Liam and Ralph together for some of our scenes was incredible. I think we really made the most of their relationship in our film, and we deliver scenes that the Clash fans might not expect.
-Clash of the Titans director Jonathan Liebesman, Los Angeles Times.
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