Friday, May 16, 2008

The Studio Wants A Cloverfield 2, But Does Abrams? And Kishin Episode 4 Is Up.

Sci Fi Wire has the story:

J.J. Abrams, co-producer of the hit monster film Cloverfield, said that a sequel may or may not happen and revealed that he's more inclined to do something with his Cloverfield partners, writer Drew Goddard and director Matt Reeves, other than a follow-up.

"We're talking about it," Abrams said of Cloverfield 2 during an interview at the Fox upfront presentation for advertisers in New York on May 15, where he was promoting his upcoming SF TV series Fringe. "But the truth is there's another idea that I'd rather do with the same people than do a sequel. It's a whole new thing."

Abrams added, "So my dream is to work with [Goddard and Reeves] again, but do something that's [new]. Having said that, Drew and Matt both, separately, have really good ideas for what [Cloverfield 2] could be. So I don't know. We'll see. I know the studio wants it." --Ian Spelling
Kosmopol starts the thread in Unfiction and the translation. Clues has the screenshots. I'll let you know when the translation is complete and I've uploaded the last slide show.

1 Comments:

Lunchbox said...

I'm not usually the guy asking for a sequel, bit for Cloverfield? Jesus, they need to do SOMETHING! Clover was just way too awesome of a monster to let go to waste in just one movie!