BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
The failure of 2012's Dredd hit both its fans and creators pretty hard. But there's a clear reason that the film failed, and Karl Urban isn't shy to share it with the world.
If you want a Dredd sequel, you're not alone. Karl Urban also wants to see a Dredd 2 get made at some point, and he has a plan to make it happen.
Stop trying to make Dredd 2 happen. Itís not going to happen. That's basically the latest word to come from the first filmís screenwriter Alex Garland.
According to the sneering Judge himself, Karl Urban, thereís a very specific section of Judge Dreddís history that may make its way to the big screen, assuming DNA Films & Co. quits taking SLO-MO and starts putting some pieces together.
Shankar has been forced to step forward and set the record straight. In an interview with Dweeb Cast (above), we learn it's not as far along as any of us may have thought.
At the Emerald City Comic-Con, Karl Urban urged fans that if they want a follow-up to 2012's grimy comic book adaptation, they best start signing petitions and liking the Dredd sequel Facebook page. Urban, who is currently in the on-the-bubble Fox series Almost Human, could use a career boost Ė we're years away from the next Star Trek movie.
Rebellion is the company that publishes the comic anthology series 2000 AD that Judge Dredd stories call home, and itís a pretty big deal for them to acknowledge the strength of Pete Travisí film and its potential for expanding the Judge Dredd universe.