The comedic actor contradicted his fellow filmmaker Adam McKay by saying that he would love the cast to reunite for another picture.
Completely passionate and dedicated to the character and franchise, the filmmaker gave his assurance that he is in for as long as the studio will have him.
With so many fans disappointed that the original cast were used in uncomfortable cameo's, filmmaker Ivan Reitman said that number 4 will set the record straight.
After all of the acclaim heaped on Warner Brothers and DC for their record-breaking female filmmaker, Patty Jenkins has not been confirmed for film number two.
Victor Salva's horror creation has not only guaranteed a 4th film in the franchise, but will use the third installment as a prequel to the sequel.
The South African filmmaker has offered an update about his plans for further blockbusters, but said that Ridley Scott's franchise is a no go.
Wanting to keep most of the plot details and casting news in-house, the Hollywood star has divulged the name of the long awaited sequel.
Director Doug Liman explained that the second installment will be scaled back as the title Live, Die, Repeat and Repeat ends the story from the original.
Working away on a succession of drafts, the filmmaker has taken to social media to say that a shoot is only around the corner.
Dealing with health and personal issues away from the camera, the iconic 80s and 90s star said that he still feels the need - the need for speed!
Despite a less than receptive response from critics and moviegoers, producer Beau Flynn confirmed that plans are underway for a second installment.
Jason Blum explained that filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan will not be restricted in his next installment as the producer talks Get Out 2 ideas with Jordan Peele.