‘Clash Of The Titans,’ ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ & ‘Journey To The Center Of The Earth’ Sequels Planned In Today’s Dailies — 4/28/10

— A “Clash of the Titans” sequel is officially in the works, but Louis Leterrier won’t direct the project. Additionally, a “Journey to the Center of the Earth” sequel is being planned, but Brendan Fraser might not return due to New Line and Walden Media’s plan to push forth without director Eric Brevig. [Deadline]

— DreamWorks Animation knows a hit when they see one. As such, “How To Train Your Dragon” will get a sequel in 2013, as well as a television series, a live arena show and an online virtual world. [The Hollywood Reporter]

— “Resident Evil” fans have long anticipated the big screen arrival of Chris Redfield. Wentworth Miller talks about playing the hero in the franchise’s fourth installment, saying that viewers will relate to the dynamic between Chris and his sister Claire. [Collider]

— It’s a match made in Smurf Village as Pee Wee Herman himself has joined the cast of “The Smurfs.” Paul Reubens will supply the voice of Jokey. [Deadline]

— The aliens are about to get a whole lot nastier in Ridley Scott’s upcoming “Alien” prequel. The director feels that the creatures require an overhaul, partly due to the commercialization of properties like “Aliens vs. Predators.” [Screen Daily]

— It was only a matter of time before Alvin and the Chipumunks incurred the wrath of the law. The family that owns the rights to the “Alvin” franchise is suing 20th Century Fox for “half of all profits” made by last year’s “Squeakquel.” [THR, Esq.]

Sharlto Copley is definitely down for a sequel to “District 9,” believing that there are “a million ways you can go” with the franchise. [Empire Online]

Robert Duvall and Brad Pitt might square off against each other in “The Hatfields and the McCoys” for Warner Bros. and “Crazy Heart” director Scott Cooper, assuming Pitt can clear a place in his busy schedule. [Hollywood Elsewhere]

— The Kevin James-starring comedy “The Zookeeper” has moved from a planned October release to July 8, 2011. [The Hollywood Reporter]