’Chronicle’ sequel is allegedly in development and has locked the first ‘Chronicle’ scribe Max Landis as the screenwriter for the upcoming sequel.
It seems that the 20th Century Fox is looking out for double victory, after the huge success of the found-footage thriller film ‘Chronicle’. The studio is reportedly moving forward with ‘Chronicle’ sequel, which will mark the return of the original screenwriter Max Landis. Besides, the sequel is already in development stage. However, the plot details of the movie are still under wraps.
Additionally, it is not clear if Josh Trank will return to perform his directorial duty, who is currently in negotiations to direct a standalone movie for ‘Venom’ the nemesis of Spiderman. The first movie ‘Chronicle’ was produced with a modest budget of $12 million, but the movie has received positive reviews from the critics and grossed $105 million in just 33 days, after it was released on February 3, 2012.
The story of the movie ‘Chronicle’ is about three friends played by Dane DeHaan, Michael B Jordan and Alex Russell, who posses superpowers after discovering a mysterious thing in the woods. Apart from ‘Chronicle’, Landis served as the screenwriter and director of ‘The Death and Return of Superman’ in the year 2011. As for Trank, he has being considered to direct ‘Venom’ and is the frontrunner to direct an untitled upcoming Fantastic Four movie.