Alita Battle Angel 2: Early last year, since the Alita: Battle Angel was released in the theatres, fans have been assuming to see a sequel of the movie.
After all the film has depicted its story as there is something more coming for the future. The only issue with the film was that it did not set the blaze as expected and it cost much to the producer.
It is looking like Alita won’t be getting the second sequel but Director Robert Rodriguez is keeping his hopes alive by saying about all the different sources that Disney has to offer.
“I think anything is possible,” told Director Robert to Forbes during a recent interview. “Disney bought Fox, and they have Disney+, so that is worth the conversation.
I know other people would love to see another and I Would love to do another one. It is already a pre-sold concept, it’s already got a built-in audience that wants to see it, and then it is delivered to them in a way that is easiest for them to consume. So it’s not a bad idea.”
What Director Robert Rodriguez says about Alita Battle Angel 2?
There is no single way to tell yet if we would get to see a sequel of Alita, but the director remains as busy as he has ever been. The director brought in the same effects to his new film, We Can Be Heroes, that he used in the film Alita.
“When Did Spy Kids and The Adventure of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D, we were only dealing with two to maybe three kids at a time, here dealing with so many kids who all have unique powers, who all have to have storylines that pay off, visuals that pay off, I Had a great visual effects company.
When WETA, who Had done Alita with, stepped in and said they would love to continue working with me even though this was such a smaller budget than we had on Alita, I Don’t know much of it is the amount of time that’s passed how much was just how good they are.
I Wasn’t expecting that level of effects, I don’t usually have the level of effects in my family movies because my budgets are usually a lot lower.
They delivered such a huge looking movie. In many ways, I Was still shooting it very down and dirty, exactly how I Shot a lot of my other movies.
I Did it with the same green screen Used on Spy Kids and Sharkboy and Lavagirl; it’s just the artists behind the CGI has been upgraded tremendously,” said Director Robert.
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