Back in 2009, Neil Blomkamps District 9 became a breakout hit not only for the director, but also for star Charlotte Copley, with the nature of sci-fi fiction leaving room for several follow-up stories, with Copley recently confirming that long-rumored District 10 Can finally start moving forward. let’s say District 9Like the best science-fiction stories, having found ways to reflect the cultural climate of the real world, the actor acknowledged that Blomkamp wanted to ensure that a follow-up film could come out with the same effectiveness as the original, so making neither The hurry is before the project is ready.
“Yeah, man, we’re done. I did a draft, I sent him back. He’s done a draft. It’s just like exhausting to find the right story,” Copley recently explained. brobible, “There were some things going on socio-politically that [Blomkamp] Looks like maybe he didn’t want to leave immediately because of the time. So maybe in a year and a half [we’ll begin filming], He wants to say something.”
Unfortunately, despite the success of District 9The tentative follow-up is only one of many Blomkamp projects that have struggled to come to life.
Back in 2015, the filmmaker began showing concept art for a alien creatures The sequel that would have ignored the events of alien 3 And Alien: Resurrection, bringing back Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley and Michael Beahan’s Hicks. At the same time, franchise producer Ridley Scott was working on a sequel. prometheus, Alien: Covenant, to earn a tremendous financial reception with that film. Blomkamp confirmed that the project was scrapped, while Scott downplayed the legitimacy of the sequel, which never gained substantial development momentum.
In 2018, reports emerged that Blomkamp was engaged in a new take on robocop, which would have likewise ignored several sequels and instead linked the first film with original writer Ed Neumyer. In 2019, Blomkamp confirmed on Twitter that he had split from robocop returnsWith reports coming later that year that filmmaker Abe Forsythe had joined the project as its director.
Despite the failures of other projects, District 10 Blomkamp’s follow-up to his own film may have a higher chance of being a success, even though we still have a lot waiting ahead of us. Stay tuned for more details District 10,
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