The actor says that he would definitely make the sequel if he were in charge of Warner Bros, and would love to return to the franchise.
In an interview with MTV News , Kevin Spacey tells fans what he would do if he were in charge of Warner Bros., the parent company of DC Entertainment and owner of the Superman license:
"If I ran Warner Brothers I could tell you definitively we’d be making that movie. But I don’t, and they haven’t called me to tell me."
"Literally all I know is what I’ve heard from press reports. I can’t even confirm whether those are true or not because I haven’t spoken to Bryan [Singer]."
"I don’t know what the situation is. If they do it again and Bryan directs, I’d be delighted to come along for the ride. But who knows?"
While fans of Superman would surely like to see another movie starring the Man of Steel, this reporter isn’t sure that a sequel the less than action-packed Superman Returns is the direction they would like to see taken. In any Case, Diane Nelson, head of DC Entertainment, has stated that there are no plans for a new Superman movie, despite the fact that the estate of creator Jerry Siegel, which regained part of the Superman copyright earlier this year, will be able to sure for damages if one is not produced in the next year or so.
Source: MTV News
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Posted originally: 2009-11-24 12:32:25