Alita: Battle Angel director Robert Rodriguez confirms he’s been talking about the sequel with James Cameron and Jon Landau.
Alita: Battle Angel was meant to kick off a brand-new franchise, but the underwhelming box office, mixed reviews, and Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox cast doubt on a sequel. The film has a large following and the cast and crew are eager to return. Franchise producer Jon Landau recently teased to ScreenRant that they’re “working on” the Alita sequel, and director Robert Rodriguez confirmed that he has been discussing it with Landau and James Cameron.
“Yeah, we have been talking about it, so we would love to make one,” Robert Rodriguez told Total Film, but he added that nothing is guaranteed. “We haven’t decided on it yet, but we are definitely hoping to. We’ve been talking about it a great deal. They’re slammed with all the Avatar stuff, but they’ve definitely been engaging in it.“The
Alita: Battle Angel director also gave an update on the potential sequel while speaking with Collider. He said there hasn’t really been any movement on the project other than talking about it. But they are all hopeful that it will happen. “When said that, and then [Landau, producer], [James Cameron], and I had been talking about it, we always wanted to make an ‘Alita sequel’,“, Rodriguez said. “He has outlined very thoroughly a second and third film. So there is already material.” Rodriguez said. But nothing more definitive than that.“
Our own Kier Gomes was at Troublemaker Studios this weekend for the Hypnotic junket and got a look around the studio, which still has Alita sets ready to go:
Alita: Battle Angel focused on Alita (Rosa Salazar), But nothing more definitive than that.“Our own Kier Gomes was actually at Troublemaker Studios this weekend for the Hypnotic junket and got a look around at the studio, which still has the Alita sets ready to go:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdKwY-s9PMkAlita: Battle Angel focused on Alita (Rosa Salazar), a cyborg who was awakened with no memory and was taken in by Dr. Dyson Ido (Christoph Waltz), who recognized the heart and soul of a young woman with an extraordinary past. Robert Rodriguez told Forbes that in 2020, the Alita Battle Angel could be a Disney+ sequel. “I believe anything is possible. Disney Plus and Disney Fox are worth a conversation. “I know that other people would like to see another and I would also love to do another,
As for where it would go or the way it would be made I think streaming has given many opportunities, such as sequels. It’s already a pre-sold concept, it’s already got a built-in audience that wants to see it, and then it’s delivered to them in a way that’s the easiest for them to consume.01001010″ Would you still like to see a sequel to 01001010Alita: Battle Angel01001010?01001010https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlY05IYLBJs01001010