Sam Worthington hopes to develop his character Perseus in the upcoming 'Clash of the Titans' sequel to rectify mistakes made the first time around.
Sam Worthington hopes the 'Clash of the Titans' sequel will "rectify the mistakes" the first film made.
The Australian actor - who played Perseus in the critically-slammed but commercially successful movie alongside Liam Neeson and Gemma Arterton - plans to have a different take on the first movie in the upcoming sequel by improving his performance and getting a new haircut.
He told Total Film: "It got roasted but it made half a billion dollars. And when we do the second one we can rectify the mistakes of the first.
"I want to change Perseus. For a star, don't have a f**ing shaved head. This time I'm going to have ringlets."
Arterton recently revealed she was looking forward to developing her character Io and hoped she could have more interaction with Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes.
She said: "It's always interesting, when you've done something, to revisit it 'cause you have a different take on it.
"You remember the experience and can develop from there. It will be interesting. I really liked working with the actors, and hopefully I'll get to work with Ralph and Liam on this next one 'cause I didn't last time."