The action comedy Nobody, starring Bob Odenkirk, introduced the comedy icon to the world of action movies and became a sleeper hit last year. Directed by Hardcore Henry’s Ilya Naishuller and written by John Wick creator Derek Kolstad, Nobody follows a mild-mannered family man who, after his home is robbed, returns to his former dangerous life, making him the target of a vengeful drug dealer.
Even with Kolstad stating that there is a possibility of a crossover between the John Wick franchise and Nobody despite being created by Lionsgate and Universal, but having created both and had ties to the producers of both, rumors of a direct sequel have been reported. been sporadic. Even with Kolstad working on the script and even 87Productions tweeting As excited as they were for Nobody 2, no official confirmation has been given for the movie.
speaking to collider During a Violent Night press event, producer Kelly McCormick, who is married to John Wick co-creator David Leitch, updated the situation with the Nobody sequel and her future prospects with a possible franchise.
“We hope to achieve it [Nodoby 2’s production] next year, so let’s cross our fingers,” he said. “So our theory is that you don’t need to make a good sequel just to make a sequel. We have to make a big sequel. And so it’s about making sure we get it right. And if we do, I think there’s a lot of hope that we can go next year.”
Nobody grossed $27.6 million in the United States and Canada, and $29.9 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $57.5 million, against a production budget of $16 million. It was released when theaters were just beginning to reopen after the first year of the pandemic, but reviews were generally positive.
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