Sony Starts Several Silly Sequels

by | July 12, 2005 | Comments

Variety reported the other day that we’d soon be graced by Sony with a second sequel to "I Know What You Did Last Summer" — and that’s not all, folks. Raise your hand if you’re dying to see sequels to "Hollow Man" and/or "Road House."

"Hollow Man 2" will be directed by Claudio Fah ("Coronado") and written by Joel Soisson ("Highlander: Endgame"), while "Road House 2" still needs a writer, but has a director in Scott Ziehl ("Cruel Intentions 3").

Variety wonders if these three new sequels will head direct to DVD; I’d be willing to put money on it.

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