Rosamund Pike found the 'Wrath of the Titans' set to be like ''Total Chaos''.
The British actress plays the role of god Andromeda in the sequel to 'Clash of the Titans' - which also stars Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson - and she admits very little acting was required because of how the set worked.
She said: ''I haven't been on a film this big in a while, I'd done quite a few smaller films. We had flame throwers, we had huge wind turbines throwing dust at us, we had rocks falling from the sky.
''It was like another world. It's almost like no acting required because you're thrown into this maelstrom and it's chaos, total chaos and anarchy - and if you like that then you like working on a film like this.''
Rosamund particularly liked working with Australian star Sam because he knew what the audience want to see from the film.
She added: ''Sam Worthington is brilliant because he knows what an audience wants from Perseus, and what he wants from a hero. What course of action makes sense for this hero to take? He's very clear about Perseus' mission, which is to get the job done and get back to his son.''