The end of the new Blumhouse horror film M3GAN not teasing a sequel, but leaving things open enough to make one happen. According to star Allison Williams, working on another installment was great.
Talked to differentWilliams – who co-stars in the film alongside Violet McGraw – was asked about the potential for a sequel, which director Gerad Johnstone said he was interested in. According to Williams, the cast thought about filming a sequel, but he’s just happy that people want more now.
“While you’re doing it, you can’t help but think, ‘If we did more, what would they be?’ A lot of what we do is to serve the people who watch it,” Williams said. “So I think the idea of people still wanting and being able to deliver is wonderful.”
Williams went on to say that he was just “grateful” that people embraced the film from the beginning, and noted that if a sequel was ever made, it would be “very interesting” to see how they would continue those. expected like. long and strange like the first film.
“I feel so grateful that everything has turned out the way it has, from the trailer that came out and the people that really embraced him, the people that came out and supported the movie and watched it and came back with their friends ,” Williams said. “The fact that they want so much more. It’s going to be really fun when we do it, to figure out how we can zig and zag that around the expectations of what it is and try to keep things amazing while also providing the reasons people want the first place.”
M3GAN is now available to watch in theaters.