Alita: Battle Angel has lengthy been part of the anime trade, with the manga first showing in 1990. The story of this futuristic cyberpunk occurred to resonate with filmmaker James Cameron, who gave the franchise a live-action adaptation in 2019. Whereas the information concerning a sequel to this film has been sparse following the movie’s theatrical run, the latest press tour for Cameron’s Avatar: Method of Water has revealed that Alita may be making a return because of a “blood oath” made by Cameron and director Robert Rodriguez.
The primary Alita movie offered us with the story of the titular cyborg who was looking for her place on the earth, battling in opposition to different mechanical opponents whereas additionally skating in a rollerball league that’s not like any sport nowadays. With the film dropping a serious trace at a sequel within the last moments of its runtime, there are many avenues for a possible second movie to discover. No matter when Alita 2 is confirmed, it might most probably be years till we noticed it hit the massive display even when Robert Rodriguez had been to announce a return to this world following Method of Water’s launch.
Alita: Blood Oath
In a latest phase for Selection titled “Administrators on Administrators”, Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron swore a “blood oath” to make one other Alita film, although nothing concrete has been confirmed in the case of the live-action sequel to the 2019 hit:
“Hey, let’s make one other #Alita movie,” James Cameron tells Robert Rodriguez. “Blood oath!” https://t.co/SWFb3RYp4k pic.twitter.com/98blgWZtuA
— Selection (@Selection) December 14, 2022
Many of the dialog between Rodriguez and Cameron mentioned Avatar: Method of Water, although the director of Aliens and Terminator 2: Judgement Day was capable of sneak in one other reference to the Battle Angel throughout their dialogue when he defined the general writing course of:
“For me, it is a journey of discovery. You set down a path, and you have some imprecise targets in thoughts. I simply begin writing a whole lot of notes. However you recognize this, as a result of I gave you 600 pages of notes on “Alita” — concerning the world and the way cyborgs work. I do not know the way useful any of that was, however that is my course of. I attempt to get to a granular stage of what it is wish to stay in that world.”
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