Three more nongods for epic 'Clash'

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Warner Bros. and Legendary are beginning to line up their titans.

Mads Mikkelsen, Gemma Arterton and Alexa Davalos are boarding "Clash of the Titans," the Greek-god epic directed by Louis Leterrier.

Sam Worthington is toplining as Perseus, who is put on a quest to save a princess and defeat Hades, the god of hell. Matt Manfredi and Phil Hay wrote the script.

Mikkelsen is playing Draco, a skilled fighter and leader of the Praetorian Guard that accompanies Perseus.

Davalos is Andromeda, the captured princess, and Arterton is Io, who helps bring the winged horse Pegasus to Perseus.

Legendary is co-producing and co-financing the pic, which begins lensing this month in the U.K. Thunder Road's Basil Iwanyk is producing with Kevin de la Noy. Jon Jashni and Thomas Tull are executive producing.

Lynn Harris and Matt Milam are overseeing for Warners.

Mikkelsen, repped by UTA and Danish agent Ulrich Moller- Jorgensen, is best known for his role in "Casino Royale." Arterton, who next appears in "The Boat That Rocked," is repped by the U.K.'s Independent Talent Group.

ICM-repped Davalos most recently appeared in "Defiance." (partialdiff)
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