Something seems to be keeping Schindler's List 2 from ever getting off the ground, but no fears, everyone, we're still going to get to see the acting forces of Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson merged once more. The two are set to play Hades and Zeus, respectively, in Louis Letterier's Clash of the Titans:
LONDON -- Ralph Fiennes is in advanced negotiations to star as Hades, the lord of the underworld, in helmer Louis Leterrier's "Clash of the Titans" for Warner Bros.
Liam Neeson is set to co-star as Zeus in the reimagining of the Greek myth of Perseus.
Fiennes would join a cast that already includes, in addition to Neeson, Gemma Arterton, Mads Mikkelsen, Alexa Davalos and Sam Worthington in the reimagining of the Greek myth of Perseus.
I really hope there's a scene where Neeson and Fienes stand side by side and explain who they are, because otherwise my mom is definitely going to assume they're the same character. She'll call I'll have to spend a minimum of ten minutes explaining why "the handsome man from that Christmas love story" kept changing beards.
Ralph Fiennes in talks for 'Titans' [Variety]
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