Snyder Promises Bigger Visions For 300: The Sequel
If Frank Miller wanted to write a sequel to 300, then he should have done it at some point in the eleven years since he wrote the first one, not waited around until someone made a successful movie out of it before going to work on another. It just seems sort of cynical to grind a sequel out of something that you didn’t think was sequel worthy until someone backed a Brinks truck up to your writing desk.
Alright, got that out of my system. From now I’m staying upbeat because, hey I loved 300 and would probably also love more of it… if it’s as good as the first one. I doubt that’s possible but let’s hope for the best.
As long as we’re hoping for the best, here’s the latest on where 300: Part 2 stands. Superhero Hype talked to director Zack Snyder who told them that Frank Miller is drawing away on the new comic they’ll use as the basis for their adaptation. Of where this thing may be headed Snyder says, “[Miller] told me, it would be bigger as far as landscape and terrain. We're going to see Athens and the Aegean and other places. There would be an opportunity for bigger visions, though I'd hope for the same aesthetic.”
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