‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Sequel Project Potentially Being Explored
It seems fans may not have seen the last of Rosa Salazar’s Alita. Insider Daniel Richtman has revealed there is a chance for an Alita: Battle Angel sequel.
Based on the 1990s series Gunnm created by Japanese manga artist Yukito Kishiro, Alita: Battle Angel is a 2019 cyber-punk action film. Set in a post-apocalyptic future, the film focuses on Alita, an abandoned robot found by the compassionate Doctor Ido. As she tries to find her way in this mysterious new world, she faces not only new threats but also her own past.
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The film was met with poor reviews from critics and audiences but has since drawn a cult following. Fans of the film have created a movement to get the film a sequel of some kind, and it seems it may have been a success. Richtman explained in his post that he heard there is a chance for a sequel of some kind. This could come in the form of a show, a movie, or both.
As of now, there has been no official word on a sequel project, so for now, this is just a rumor. However, it would make sense for them to explore the idea given the second life the film has received thanks to fans.
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I not only want a sequel, I expect one. You can’t have a movie that introduces Edward Norton as a character right at the end, and not follow up on that. Besides, I thought it was a cool movie. I’ve gone back and watched it a few times.