The Wanted Sequel Movie Might Be Happening But With A Twist

It’s been revealed that a Wanted sequel might be on the cards, but it might not come back to the big screen in the way we might have thought.

Wanted came out in 2008 and it was a pretty successful movie.

The film starred Angelina Jolie and James McAvoy and it was based on a Mark Millar comic book.

McAvoy starred as Wesley Gibson and it was a very different action movie to what we’d seen before.

Jolie played Fox, an accomplished member of the Fraternity who mentors Wesley.

The whole movie is just pure action and there are a lot of a really cool scenes involving bending bullets.

The movie did pretty well at the box office and fans of Wanted have been looking forward to a sequel ever since.

A Wanted Sequel might be on the cards


The Wanted sequel might be coming – Credit: Universal Pictures

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It’s now been revealed that a sequel could be on the cards, but it might not be the movie we might expect it to be.

In a recent interview with Deadline, Wanted director, Timur Bekmambetov teased that the sequel could be taking on a new form as a Screenlife movie.

The filmmaker has signed a five-movie deal with Universal Pictures to produce films using Screenlife tech.

But, what is ‘Screenlife tech’? This is the method of storytelling used in Bekmambetov-produced other movies such as Unfriended and Searching.

These films are told through other screen formats such as computer screens, web pages, video chat cameras, mobile phone screens and so on.

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