Defendor doesn’t even have a release date and director Peter Stebbings is already talking sequels. According to The Nightly Gamer, Defendor screened as part of Cinefest this afternoon in Sudbury, Ontario. Following the film Stebbings conducted a Q & A session.

One audience member asked Stebbings what other projects he’s got coming up and his reply suggested another Defendor movie. The film, which he’d like to be called Defendors, wouldn’t star Woody Harrelson but a group of other guys who idolize his character.

Defendor is about Arthur Poppington (Harrelson), a construction worker who’s responsible for holding up traffic signs by day and fighting crime as Defendor by night. Defendor gets in trouble when he beats up an undercover cop when he catches him abusing a prostitute named Kat (Kat Dennings). Kat and Defendor join forces to track down his archrival Captain Industry. The only thing in his way? His court-appointed psychiatrist (Sandra Oh) who’s got to declare him sane enough to be in public. As reported by Variety, Defendor was picked up at the Toronto International Film Festival by Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group, but there’s still no word on a U.S. theatrical release date. The trailer looks good, but Stebbings might be getting ahead of himself.