Robert Rodriguez is ready to direct a sequel to "Alita: Angel of War" after finishing work on "Boba Fat Book". The film, based on the manga of the same name, was a project that James Cameron had been passionate about since 2000 and wanted to make a film based on. After years of waiting, Cameron finally turned the project over to Robert Rodriguez and continued to work on "Avatar 2" and other Avatar sequels.
"Alita: Angel of War" on February 14, 2019 It was the last film of the twentieth century by Fox before it was bought by Disney. The film grossed more than $ 404 million worldwide and is currently the best-selling Rodriguez film. However, according to reports, the budget of the film was around $ 200 million. The full list of the best films of 2019 along with the critics' rating
In addition, the reactions and criticisms towards the film were not very favorable and in It seems unlikely that the sequel to "Alita: Angel of War" will be made, and all this while many of the elements involved in the original film, including Rosa Salazar, are ready to return to Alita's world.
Rodriguez He recently said in a promotional report for "Boba Fat Book" that he was still ready to make "Alita: Angel of War 2". The filmmaker stated that he had recently talked to Cameron about developing a sequel that could be made after the completion of the Boba Fat project. It seems that Cameron is still interested and has not given up on making the sequel.
"James and I talked about it recently and we are still very interested. I asked him to let me finish the Boba project and then talk about making a new film. "
Disney recently received a lot of He has used the titles he inherited from twentieth-century Fox to boost his treasure trove at Disney Plus, making Fox-specific sequels and spin-offs the main Disney Plus titles. These include such works as "Alone at Home: Nowhere Does Your Home Be," "Memoirs of an Uninvited Child," and "Ice Age." Disney could release "Alita: Angel of War" as one of DisneyPlus' exclusive works, or even make a new and more popular series, given that Rodriguez has a good working relationship with the studio. Cameron recently spoke about his desire to work in streaming services. So he is likely to welcome the idea. If that happens, "Alita: Angel of War" is likely to be as creative, engaging, and breathtaking as the first part.
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