Oh, goody! A sequel to "Silent Hill"! Better yet, it's in 3-D!
Okay, we'll cut the sarcasm.
The first trailer for the follow up to the moderately successful ($100 million worldwide box office intake on a $50 million budget) 2006 video game-based film "Silent Hill" has been unveiled.
"Silent Hill: Revelation 3-D," as it's called, will pick the series back up with a new central character named Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) who's plagued by nightmares and gets catapulted into the alternate reality which is - you guessed it - Silent Hill. Get More »
According to Zeus (or at least the version played by Liam Neeson), godhood is a bit of a bummer. You have to be responsible for all creation, immortality is depressing, and being worshipped is exhausting. Apparently, all gods really want is to be human.
Well, we’re not buying it. Nowhere in "Wrath of the Titans" do any gods offer to give up eternal youth, superpowers, the sprawling temple in the clouds or their unworldly good looks. Instead, they seem riddled with insecurity, determined to strike down any man, woman, or child who is too good looking. (Don’t have a good hair day around the gods. You might find yourself sacrificed to a Kraken.)
We’ll spend our weekend worshipping at "Wrath of the Titans," and the rest of our days admiring these 12 gorgeous immortals. Devotion has never been so easy.