It’s a little hard to believe that more than six years have passed since Dwayne Johnson, Alexandra Daddario, Carla Gugino and others brought San Andreas 2 on the big screen, with the film eventually grossing over $ 473,000 at the box office. The movie was showing is preparing for a sequel after its release, but as time went on it began to look more and more like a pious desire. That said, there may be a silver lining, as producer Hiram Garcia recently talked about The Rock and whether or not it could happen.
In fact, it sounds like ideas related to San Andreas 2, said producer Hiram Garcia Screenrant “Work hard” to break a second story in this space. He also stressed that the studio and production companies behind the original film are also interested.
San Andreas 2 would make sense on many levels. The film was a box office success, grossing $ 473,000 with a budget of $ 110,000 prior to the ad. Rock is still in high demand and his chemistry with the cast in the film worked. Sure, while there have been some aggressive comments about the film, you know, it may not always have handled earthquake-related things precisely, the film in general was very popular as a disaster film overall.
The main obstacle to a sequel in the past, in fact, seemed to be how sought after Dwayne Johnson is in Hollywood. It currently has a sequel Jungle cruise with the green light and a number of other upcoming films in the works, including his DC debut Black Adam and more. The second challenge mentioned? Taking care of that San Andreas 2 does more than just repeat the premise of the first film.
In addition, Hiram Garcia touched on who he would personally like to see locked up as a director in the sequel. It is interesting that while I run Director Brad Peyton was the one who drove Saint Andrew, it seems that the team could look at the owner of the disaster if the sequel gets the green light.
Roland Emmerich is currently promoting Halle Berry’s upcoming film Moonfall, but after that he might be persuaded to take part in a possible sequel. Of course, all this still sounds like it’s very much in the “maybe” stage at this point, but it gives me even more hope than a few months ago, when Alexandra Daddario talked about how she knew a draft (yes), but how he thinks it has been a long time since the movie was released for a sequel (boo) to happen.
For now, you can see for sure what is on the schedule – including the aforementioned Emmerich movie – with our full movie premiere schedule.
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