In spite of just pulling in $55 million nationally and a better success of $170 million worldwide take) while gaining just a 15% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, there are individuals, like myself, who wants the adventures of Hansel and Gretel to continue as they chase for witches. Specifically, studio executives who are pushing ahead with a continuation and director Bruno Aveillan; who will be making his element debut after a career spent directing commercials for brands like Audi and Samsung.
Tommy Wirkola, who co-composed and coordinated the first film turned in a draft of the script and appeared like a man who needed to guide the continuation in his remarks to Shock Till Ya Drop, yet clearly that isn’t going to happen now. Rather, Wirkola is amidst coordinating Noomi Rapace, Willem Dafoe, and Glenn Close in the overpopulation science fiction thriller, What Happened to Monday. So Tommy Wirkola will be okay, don’t stress over Tommy Wirkola, is what were saying.
As of now, there is no known time for when Hansel and Gretal: Witch Hunters 2: The Witching Hour will have the capacity to make Jeremy Renner make tracks in an opposite direction from Marvel long enough to begin shooting or in the event that they’ll utilize that title, however I trust they do.
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