Worthington goes Greek again
Sam Worthington dons the sword and sandals again to becomes the Greek mythological monster-slayer Perseus in the sequel Wrath of the Titans
Sam Worthington dons the sword and sandals again to becomes the Greek mythological monster-slayer Perseus in the sequel Wrath of the Titans.
The 35-year-old Australian actor was grateful to repeat the role that was slammed by critics when he first presented Perseus in Clash of the Titans in 2010.
"I personally kind of don't like what I did in the first one. I think I dropped the ball. I let down the audience ... in the sense of I created a character that wasn't really a character," said Worthington to newsok.com
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