Trio could work on new film project

Teignmouth trio Muse could be set to work on the score for the upcoming remake of 'Clash Of The Titans'.

Muse are cresting a wave of success. The Teignmouth trio released 'The Resistance' last year to enormous acclaim, scoring massive chart success. Topping the charts in more than a dozen countries across the world, the album marks the arrival of Muse as a global concern.

Since then the band have played a handful of huge dates. Announcing a massive British tour for this summer Muse are set to return to London's enormous Wembley stadium - scene of their greatest triumph to date.

With the awards season set to open shortly, Muse scored a timely victory with their album scoring 'Best Artwork' at the Art Vinyl awards.

Now lead singer Matt Bellamy has revealed that the trio are considering working on the score for the upcoming re-make of 'Clash Of The Titans'.

Set to be released on March 26th, the re-make stars Liam Neeson and is a typically bombastic re-working of the 1981 classic.

Speaking to the Daily Star the Muse singer revealed that film work is high on the band's list of ambitions. "It's something we're up for doing – it's just a case of timing because we're always on tour," he said.

"Clash Of The Titans is the first interesting offer we've had for film work. We're definitely interested in writing for films at some point when we get a break from being on the road."

Matt Bellamy had previously revealed to The Ampersand that the music on the 'Clash Of The Titans' soundtrack will be "totally different to Muse".

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