Some Small "Superman" Sequel Stuff

by | June 28, 2006 | Comments

Today is the opening day for "Superman Returns," which can mean only one thing: Sequel Talk. Over the course of several cast & crew interviews, IGN FilmForce was able to collate a variety of sequel-centric responses, and the general concensus seems to be this: If Bryan Singer‘s on board, so is everybody else.

From IGNFF: "Brandon Routh: "You know we’ll do as many as everyone wants to get together and do."

Kevin Spacey: "Well, I think they’re probably gonna wait and see what happens. There’s certainly discussion about doing a second one, and I would love to do a second one, if Bryan is at the helm.

Screenwriter Dan Harris: "If there is a sequel with Bryan involved we will do it."

Meanwhile the executives at WB are thinking "Hell yes, there’ll be sequels. Someone get Brett Ratner on the phone!"

"Superman Returns" opens today. Enjoy.

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