Alita: Battle Angel Star Lana Condor teased what audiences might see in a sequel, as the actress herself added to the growing list of those who would like to see her. Alita: Battle Angel 2 come off. Speaking with Comicbook.com, Condor, who played Alita and Koyomi’s friend Hugo in the first outing, is eager to “explore more” of the cyberpunk world in the potential follow-up.
“When we filmed Alita: Battle Angel, that whole world was so beautiful. I hadn’t heard of any plans to continue that story, however, that was something in my heart that I hope to start the conversation over again. I feel like we can explore a lot more of that world, and obviously The original IP address is wide.
Released in 2019, directed by Robert Rodriguez, written by James Cameron and Laita Kalogridis, Alita: Battle Angel Adapted from Yukito Kishiro’s manga Janem and follows a young girl named Alita, a battle cyborg who awakens with no memory of who she is in a future world she doesn’t know. She is taken in by Edo, a compassionate doctor who realizes that somewhere in his abandoned cyborg shell resides the heart and soul of a young woman with an extraordinary past.
Alita: Battle Angel It ends with a major teaser of things to come, with Alita calling out the technocratic overlord, Nova, played by Edward Norton. Of course, those familiar with the source material will know that Juvenile Alita: Battle Angel The movie was just the beginning.
Alita: Battle Angel 2 talks are happening now
while Alita: Battle Angel 2 Not yet officially confirmed, Condor is far from the only original cast member who would like to return, with both heroine Rosa Salazar and actor Christoph Waltz also calling for the sequel to be greenlighted. Director Robert Rodriguez recently confirmed that talks are taking place behind the scenes regarding a sequel, with the director saying, “Yeah, we’ve been talking about it, so we’d love to make one.”
This is far from the first update we’ve had Alita: Battle Angel 2‘, with producer Jon Landau adding, ‘There’s a little movie called Alita: Battle Angel That we’d love to go back and do a sequel to it, and talk to Robert [Rodriguez] About that I hope it pays off. And that’s not to mention the blood oath that Rodriguez and writer-producer James Cameron now swear to get Alita: Battle Angel 2 to make.
As for Lana Condor, she can next be seen (or should be heard) on the animated outing Robbie Gelman, Teenage Kraken. Coming courtesy of DreamWorks, Robbie Gelman, Teenage Kraken Follows the titular high school student when she discovers she’s a direct descendant of the Kraken warrior queens, who have sworn to protect the world’s oceans against power-hungry mermaids.
Robbie Gelman, Teenage Kraken It is scheduled to be released theatrically in the United States on June 30.