Vivid 2 received’t arrive as early as anticipated, as star Lucy Fry has admitted that manufacturing on the Netflix blockbuster was imagined to happen this 12 months however needed to be delayed due to Will Smith’s schedule.
“We had been going to do it this 12 months, after which it did not occur due to Will’s schedule,” Fry, who performed Tikka the elf within the movie, just lately informed ComicBook.com. “I actually hope they do one other one as a result of I had a lot enjoyable making that film. So, I simply hope we get to do it once more.”
Vivid 2 was initially due to enter manufacturing in March, 2019, in Germany.
Whereas its opinions had been horrible and it price rather more than the positioning had beforehand spent on an authentic film, Vivid was essential for Netflix. Launched only a few days earlier than Christmas Day, 2017, Netflix ultimately introduced that Vivid was considered 11 million instances by People in its first three days.
It was additionally considered extra instances in its first week than any of Netflix’s different releases, so it was little shock then the streaming large ordered a sequel virtually instantly.
Vivid 2 sees virtually the entire inventive expertise returning, too. Will Smith and Joel Edgerton will as soon as once more play LAPD officer Daryl Ward and the nation’s first orc officer Nick Jakoby, respectively, whereas David Ayer will direct and co-write the movie with Evan Spiliotopoulos, too.
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After all, Max Landis, who wrote Vivid, is nearly actually not going to be concerned in Vivid 2, as he was just lately accused of abusing not less than eight girls of emotional and sexual abuse.
Clearly we nonetheless don’t know when Vivid 2 shall be launched, but when manufacturing is scheduled for 2020 then it can probably arrive in some unspecified time in the future in 2021.