"Wrath of the Titans," the sequel to the 2010 blockbuster "Clash of the Titans," hits theaters on March 30, 2012.
While "Clash" was a remake of a classic film, "Wrath" -- set a decade after "Clash" -- ventures into new territory. Banners for the main characters have been released, and we can definitely expect more action, drama and spectacular special effects.
Check out our Guide to the Gods to see what Perseus and company have been up to since "Clash."
Perseus (Sam Worthington): After saving Argos from the Kraken, Perseus retires to a quiet life as a fisherman and raising his 10-year-old son. When his father Zeus is captured and the Titans unleashed, Perseus is called back into action.
Andromeda (Rosamund Pike): The helpless princess in "Clash" is now a warrior queen and joins Perseus in battle. British beauty Rosamund Pike replaces Alexa Davalos.
Agenor (Toby Kebbell): A new face in the film, Agenor is an imprisoned thief who joins Perseus. Like the hero, Agenor is the son of a demigod (though it is Poseidon, not Zeus).
Ares (Edgar Ramirez): The God of War takes on a much greater role in this film, betraying his father Zeus. Edgar Ramirez steps in for Tamer Hassan in the expanded role.
Hades (Ralph Fiennes): Hades was banished to the Underworld at the end of "Clash," where he continues his manipulations.
Zeus (Liam Neeson): The King of the Gods is deposed by the machinations of Ares and Hades.