Scoring the top box-office spot with $25 million, the filmmakers of the generally well-received horror comedy “Zombieland” are already thinking about sequel possibilities.
Scribe Paul Wernick tells MTV News that “We would love it, and everyone involved creatively wants to do another one. Woody came up to us after the final cut of the last scene and gave us a hug and said, ‘I’ve never wanted to do a sequel in the previous movies I’ve done until this one’.”
Wernick and co-screenwriter Rhett Reese add that also keen to return are Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin and first-time director Ruben Fleischer. The scribes originally developed the project for television back in 2005 and have been continuously been updating their work since then providing them with more than enough material for not just a sequel but several movies.
They haven’t started work on a script however and aren’t keen to divulge any of those potential sequel plot points.