Well only a new top record at the Easter weekend box office.
According to Access Hollywood, Time Warner’s Clash of the Titans seized the No. 1 spot this past weekend with $61.4 million- thanks to 3D screens which supplied 52 percent of the gross.
The mythological odyssey remake of Ray Harryhausen’s 1981 original, follows a story about a half-mortal named Perseus (Avatar’s Sam Worthington) who leads mankind in a war against the gods (Ralph Fiennes as the villainous god Hades).
With battles of monsters from the stone-turning Medusa, to the sea ravaging Kraken, the Louis Leterrier directed thriller provides viewers with quite the fictional adventure.
“It’s like a Raiders of the Lost Ark or a Star Wars,” says Worthington in an interview with Brisbane times, “in the sense of it’s a group of people on an epic adventure with a bunch of creatures that we have to take seriously in order for the audience to be able to not take it too seriously and have a good time.”
The previous Easter record was set by “Scary Movie 4″ ($40.2 million) in 2006. And trailing behind this year’s top spot is Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too? with $30.2 million.