Clive Owen Already Contemplating Shoot 'Em Up 2

Craving more depraved action?

by | August 13, 2007 | Comments

Shoot ‘Em Up
doesn’t even open until September but star
Clive Owen is already
thinking about a possible sequel. Writer/director
Michael Davis
has written a script that would go if the first one is a success and Owen’s
already taken a look.

"On my life, it makes [Shoot ‘Em Up] look like kids
television," said Owen of the proposed screenplay. "I honestly don’t think he’ll get it past the censors.
That’s how ridiculous it is."

Shoot ‘Em Up plays with the action genre, enjoying
the comedy of outrageous acts of violence, with one memorable scene combining
sex and gunplay. That’s nothing compared to the sequel.

"The merging of sex and violence in the next one is verging
on porn," teased Owen.

So go see Shoot ‘Em Up to support Owen and Davis’
efforts to further subvert the action genre. "We’ll see how this one goes," said

Shoot ‘Em Up arrives in theaters September 7. 
Meanwhile, check out our

Tag Cloud

Rocky Stephen King Video Games sag awards satire nature Apple Fantasy ABC Family sequels New York Comic Con spain science fiction reviews Pop TV singing competition The CW Walt Disney Pictures crime thriller cats Mary Poppins Returns cooking Britbox all-time 007 Mary poppins cancelled TV series concert Lionsgate composers GoT social media Chernobyl cults ratings BET Anna Paquin DirecTV crossover free movies documentaries twilight 2015 TCA Extras superhero BBC One Star Trek south america BBC Netflix Christmas movies stoner comic comedies Columbia Pictures WGN Super Bowl crime video politics Summer Spectrum Originals VOD asian-american X-Men HBO Go TV renewals Netflix MSNBC unscripted breaking bad LGBTQ dc YA rotten psychological thriller Year in Review cancelled dogs Freeform TIFF Rock versus green book BBC America finale rotten movies we love halloween The Arrangement Disney Channel El Rey Christmas Ovation Emmys mutant Musical renewed TV shows TBS Mystery Awards Tumblr kids werewolf dceu Animation Photos SundanceTV hollywood diversity Funimation Ellie Kemper Interview ghosts tv talk game of thrones Television Critics Association VH1 Baby Yoda Women's History Month 20th Century Fox OneApp Cosplay American Society of Cinematographers ITV ABC award winner Television Academy cops Comic Book die hard LGBT 2019 independent police drama Comedy political drama Sundance Now NYCC cinemax chucky cars 2020 Lucasfilm war Rom-Com canceled TV shows 24 frames robots GLAAD YouTube spy thriller IFC Paramount Network Lifetime Black Mirror National Geographic Infographic cancelled TV shows TLC Marvel Studios HBO historical drama CBS Biopics book classics strong female leads Mudbound fast and furious Marvel Television Calendar streaming The Witch Winners 2017 Schedule WarnerMedia Pride Month reboot DGA Best and Worst TV Land Amazon Prime Reality Competition Watching Series The Purge TCA 2017 CMT Holiday Polls and Games space Disney a nightmare on elm street Countdown 72 Emmy Awards Sony Pictures The Walking Dead Disney+ Disney Plus YouTube Premium based on movie Adult Swim sitcom elevated horror blaxploitation MCU Sundance Acorn TV Pirates richard e. Grant Shudder Warner Bros. hispanic discovery screenings CW Seed boxoffice Quiz FX Esquire Travel Channel canceled Nominations Pixar Red Carpet quibi Sneak Peek films movies Emmy Nominations 2018 foreign binge Academy Awards revenge sports medical drama Fox News sequel Oscars CBS All Access Holidays Reality Pop theme song animated Elton John Toys docudrama laika APB Podcast Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stop motion jamie lee curtis Peacock DC streaming service DC Universe Country CNN biography Spike miniseries vampires Sci-Fi screen actors guild anthology crime drama SXSW Disney Plus franchise serial killer 45 parents golden globes E3 Mary Tyler Moore RT21 Cartoon Network cartoon Endgame AMC television Marvel Chilling Adventures of Sabrina toy story Shondaland Avengers Apple TV Plus 2016 PBS BAFTA comiccon TCA Awards spanish language TCM scary movies travel Teen best news documentary Music Syfy Ghostbusters latino Sundance TV Vudu Drama mockumentary what to watch FX on Hulu Discovery Channel Hear Us Out Fall TV comics talk show 71st Emmy Awards BET Awards Binge Guide Election Grammys casting series Tarantino PaleyFest MTV Western YouTube Red Marathons Lifetime Christmas movies VICE Trophy Talk Family First Reviews harry potter adaptation indiana jones Superheroe game show Cannes President Kids & Family facebook TV romantic comedy Horror Food Network Writers Guild of America natural history witnail E! mission: impossible First Look thriller See It Skip It PlayStation Premiere Dates Valentine's Day SDCC dramedy IFC Films Opinion Universal children's TV festivals Star Wars Crackle anime Hallmark ESPN name the review RT History Awards Tour child's play emmy awards Arrowverse USA movie Character Guide Dark Horse Comics true crime Heroines batman technology 4/20 supernatural Turner Classic Movies Bravo Nickelodeon worst Film Festival justice league period drama adventure Creative Arts Emmys universal monsters USA Network Nat Geo Mindy Kaling Comedy Central Crunchyroll Brie Larson NBC slashers cancelled television romance disaster Classic Film psycho TruTV TCA Winter 2020 Comics on TV zombie Amazon Hallmark Christmas movies Martial Arts spinoff stand-up comedy HBO Max 21st Century Fox aliens FOX A&E joker Action Set visit hist Hulu Captain marvel Pet Sematary Epix Showtime History doctor who directors spider-man criterion christmas movies teaser Trivia Masterpiece Spring TV blockbuster Song of Ice and Fire FXX Paramount Film dragons DC Comics Starz Disney streaming service Amazon Prime Video zero dark thirty Certified Fresh Black History Month Box Office San Diego Comic-Con dark Amazon Studios critics Tubi Rocketman indie Logo zombies Musicals transformers Turner Superheroes Tomatazos Apple TV+ obituary Winter TV nbcuniversal A24 GIFs video on demand OWN Trailer Thanksgiving TNT