ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL is officially a blockbuster hit. The movie has been praised by fans and critics alike and all signs point to the success of its potential sequel. The producer, Jon Landau, shared his thoughts on how he would like to see ALITA 2 turn out in an interview with CinemaBlend. He talked about the fans and their plans for a sequel, the possibility of more Netflix shows, and where he thinks Resurrection will rank among Fox’s animated features. The future of the movie is uncertain, with Fox having yet to make an official decision on whether or not it will move forward with a sequel or even a second season. However, Landau shared that he has a plan in place for ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL 2. “If we have a chance to make another movie, I’m sure we will. I think we’re just beginning to see [Alita’s] potential,” Landau said. “If we can do that, then there’s all kinds of stories you can tell with her character.” He plans to further explore Alita’s world. He also thinks the future of the franchise is bright, as long as there are people who want to see it.
Who is in the cast of Alita: Battle Angle?
- Rosa Salazar as Alita,
- Christoph Waltz as Dr. Dyson Ido
- Jennifer Connelly as Dr. Chiren
- Mahershala Ali as Vector
- Ed Skrein as Zapan
- Jackie Earle Haley as Grewishka
- Keean Johnson as Hugo
- Jorge Lendeborg Jr. as Tanji
- Lana Condor as Koyomi
- Idara Victor as Nurse Gerhad
- Jeff Fahey as McTeague
- Eiza González as Nyssiana
- Derek Mears as Romo
- Leonard Wu as Kinuba
- Rick Yune as Master Clive Lee
- Casper Van Dien as Amok
- Elle LaMont as Screwhead
The cyberpunk sci-fi action film ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ was released on February 14, 2019, in the United States and there is no confirmation about its sequel or whether it is happening or not.
What is the film ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ About?
The film’s plot is loosely based on the Japanese manga series Gunnm (also known as Battle Angel Alita), created by Yukito Kishiro. The series begins with Alita, a cyborg who has lost all memories except for that of her deadly martial-arts training. She is found in a garbage heap by Ido, a compassionate cyber-doctor who takes the amnesiac cyborg to his clinic. There she is reprogrammed and given the name “Alita” after her original head was recovered by an advanced medical team. Her body is then implanted with an “autonomic learning system”, which allows her to make decisions and develop skills on her own. When Dr. Ido finds out that Alita is more human than he thinks, he agrees to help her regain her memories and find out what happened to her.
What are fans expecting from the 2nd part?
Fans of Alita: Battle Angel is excited about the possibility of a sequel and are hoping for more action, more action sequences, and for more cyborgs. They want to see Alita rise against the world she is living in and save it from certain doom. Fans also believe that she could fulfill an important role in a future war between humans and other cyborgs.
What makes this film exciting?
Alita: Battle Angel is a high-octane action film that is visually appealing, engaging, and entertaining. The film’s premise is intriguing and the story of a cyborg who lost her memory and was found by a cyborg surgeon has the potential to be an interesting pop culture explanation that would add another layer of depth to the genre. This sort of plot has already been used in so many other science fiction movies, especially regarding robots. However, Alita’s origin story has the potential to be more unique because cyborgs are becoming more and more advanced. Alita: Battle Angel is similar to Avatar in these aspects. Both films depict a futuristic society with amazing technology that makes the world easy to navigate and provides human beings with extraordinary abilities.
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