Edge of Tomorrow 2 may be Doug Liman’s next project

Edge of Tomorrow 2 may be Doug Liman’s next project

0 comments 📅15 January 2018, 18:28

A sequel to amazing and vastly underrated Edge of Tomorrow (aka Live. Die. Repeat) is finally looking like a real possibility after years of rumors.

Speaking with Collider at the Television Critics Association press tour, Doug Liman was on hand to promote the YouTube series Impulse and has revealed scheduling issues have already been worked out – all that’s left now is to finish the script:

“We’re just working on the script… [We’re no longer working on scheduling issues], now it’s down to we have a window where we could go do it, and we’re frantically working on the script. It’s one of those movies that we’ll only go make if we love the script. It’s not one of those things where the studio is pushing us to make it and they don’t really care if it’s good or not. If the movie happens, it will be because Emily Blunt, Tom Cruise and myself are passionate about making it, which is a great place to be. She doesn’t need this movie, he doesn’t need this movie, and I don’t need it. We’re gonna make it if we really believe in it. We have story that the three of us love, so we’re working hard on the script.”

Liman – the man who also gave the world epics like Go and Swingers – is currently in post-production on the sci-fi young adult adaptation Chaos Walking starring Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland which opens in very early 2019.

Christopher McQuarrie came up with the idea for the sequel – currently dubbed Live Die Repeat and Repeat on IMDb – while writers Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse penned the actual screenplay. Scheduling was said to be the biggest issue, but with that worked out – we’ll hopefully get to see it sooner rather than later.

The 2014 movie starring Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton and Noah Taylor is based on the novel “All You Need Is Kill” by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. It didn’t do too well in the cinema, which was surprising, but audiences finally clued into what a great movie this is when it was released on DVD and Blu-ray.

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