Producer Jon Landau has confirmed in an interview that the project is still alive and in no case has the idea been discarded
“Alita: Battle Angel“It remains to this day one of the most impressive live-action adaptations of a manga ever made, even if it did not convince everyone. The film in question was responsible for combine all kinds of technologies to break the limits of reality as has rarely been seen, and to this day it continues to be remembered as the great feat it was in that sense. That is why A sequel to the film has been crying out for years, a conversation that is in fact very much alive..
The Alita: Battle Angel sequel is bound to happen, apparently
It was during an interview with the Screenrant medium that the producer Jon Landau has not been shy when it comes to reporting on the current status of “Alita: Battle Angel 2”:
- According to what Jon Landau has commented, he assures that Both he and James Cameron (the film’s other producer) as well as Robert Rodriguez (who previously directed it) are actively talking about a sequel. for the award-winning feature film. 😁
- Jon Landau assures that, at least for his part, They still feel enormous pride in the work they did with Alita: Battle Angel, especially due to the fact that it was being worked on at the same time as Avatar. 😮
- It must be said, on the other hand, that At this point there is no estimated release date or year for Alita: Battle Angel 2. Landau assures that the long wait will help them take note of what was criticized regarding the first film, and also indicates that there are examples such as Terminator 2 or Avatar 2 for which a long wait helped provide great projects. 😎
What seems clear at this point is that There is still a long way to go until “Alita: Battle Angel 2” is released as the reality that Landau promises. In this sense, it seems that before we can continue enjoying such a success as the live-action “One Piece”, in addition to other similar productions such as the live-action of “Yu Yu Hakusho”. Come on, between ‘Alita’ returning and not, the truth is that manga and anime fans will not be short when it comes to this type of adaptations.
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