An escort fit for a god! Liam Neeson is joined by a couple of scantily clad female 'warriors' at Wrath Of The Titans premiere
21:18 GMT, 29 March 2012
He plays the immortal king of the gods Zeus in the new sequel to 2010's mythologically themed Clash of the Titans.
So it is befitting for Liam Neeson to arrive to the Wrath of the Titans premiere in appropriately omnipotent fashion.
The 59-year-old was accompanied by two scantily clad female 'warriors' as he turned up at London's BFI MAX this evening.
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Who says three's a crowd Liam Neeson arrived at the Wrath of the Titans premiere at the BFI MAX accompanied by a pair of sexy 'Ancient Greeks'
The twosome were dressed up Ancient Greek-style in 'animal skin' belted gilets, short matching skirts, and thong sandals.
Liam- who looked more than comfortable with the arrangement, was casual in jeans, a grey shirt, and black blazer.
Sam Worthington, who plays Perseus, looked more than happy to stay at his girlfriend Crystal Humphries' side.
Getting in on the game: Toby Kebbell, who plays king Agenor in the flick took the opportunity to pose with the girls
Toby Kebbell- who plays the Phoenician king Agenor- also jumped at the chance to pose alongside the lovely ladies.
The actor pouted as the costumed guests grinned by his side.
The film -directed by- Jonathan Liebesman- takes place 10 years after the popular Clash of the Titans, with Perseus again being called into action from his new life as a simple fisherman.
One woman man: Sam Worthington was more than content with his escort, girlfriend Crystal Humphries
Loyal supporter: Crystal was at Sam's side at the New York premiere on Tuesday
The action starts when Zeus, played by Liam Neeson, explains to his half-human son a new danger was on the horizon.
He says: 'We gods are losing our power, we believed titans to be imprisoned forever.
'Now they are breaking free.It will mean chaos. The end of the world.'
Stepped out of character: The male hardly hardly looked 'wrathful;' as they laughed together
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Of course all can be stopped if the hero, played by English-born Aussie Sam Worthington, can dust off his sword and armour and take up the good fight.
And when Zeus explains to his son that being half human makes him even stronger than a god, it persuades the hesitating warrior to finally climb back on his steed Pegasus and rescue mankind.
He journeys into the underworld to rescue Zeus, overthrow the Titans and save mankind after a treacherous deal is made by the god of the underworld Hades and god of war Ares.
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