LIAM NEESON says the Clash Of The Titans sequel will be a major revamp for the franchise. He has promised fans impressive action scenes as well as a solid human story at its heart.
The Irish actor will reprise his role as Greek god Zeus in the follow-up, to be called Wrath Of The Titans, and says he is excited about it.
Speaking at Sunday's British Independent Film Awards, he said: "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 [it will have] a very human story to it."
Liam, who was honoured with The Variety Award at the Moet-sponsored event in London, also revealed when filming is expected to kick off.
Sam Worthington, who is returning as demigod warrior Perseus, recently admitted that the sequel would "rectify the mistakes of the first" and conceded that Clash "got roasted" by critics.
Jonathan Liebesman (Battle: Los Angeles) is directing this time, with Gemma Arterton reprising her role as Io and Javier Bardem and James Franco set to join the cast as war god Ares and Phoenician king Agenor respectively.