Posted on Wednesday, December 8th, 2010 by Germain Lussier
Narnia fans know that when Aslan speaks, you listen. And Aslan the lion, voiced by Liam Neeson in the upcoming The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, is currently doing a lot of speaking. Neeson, out promoting his new film, has confirmed that he’ll start shooting a sequel to Clash of the Titans called Wrath of the Titans in March and that, eventually, we’ll see Taken 2. Would you like to know more?
In regards to Titans, here’s what the star had to say:
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-ass stuff and a very human story to it.
He then added that they start shooting in March and called the film “a whole revamping.” He doesn’t yet know if the film, which will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman, is going to be shot in 3D.
As for Taken 2, no real details were given, except that Neeson offered this quote:
And yes, there’ll be a Taken 2, before these limbs give up on me.
Neeson has been extremely busy as of late. He’s got Unknown coming out in February and just finished filming small roles both in The Hangover Part II for Todd Phillips and Battleship for Peter Berg. He’s also scheduled to film The Grey with his A-Team director Joe Carnahan and An Ordinary Man for Brad Sieberling at some point.
Personally, I don’t feel like I had a whole bunch of unanswered questions at the end of Taken or Clash of the Titans which would demand a sequel, but each film was a big hit in its own right so it makes financial sense to do follow ups. Are you excited to see sequels to either of these films or would you just prefer Neeson let well enough alone?