After going through all the hardships possible The New Mutants are ready to be screened in theaters and are estimated to lead the box office in the United States this weekend with profits of between $7 million and $10 million. Insufficient for any great production in the past and enough to reign in the cinemas in the world that we have stayed this year.
Fox's X-Men universe film will hold this position until Tenet hits theaters, as in the United States the new Nolan comes a little later than to countries like ours, where it's already possible to go to theaters to watch it.
In an interview with CBM, director Josh Boone has talked a little bit about what awaits us in the domestic version of the film and what he has in mind for a possible sequel.
Instead of the typical commentary of specific scenes what I've done is a retrospective interview with Bill Sienkiewicz to talk about his time working on Marvel and DC and all those work he's done over the years.
Sienkiewicz is a comic book artist with a unique style and will be in charge of illustrating the film's credits. There will also be deleted scenes that were very funny or did not enter the film by tone. All this among other extras can be found in the Blu-Ray.
What I want to do most right now is a sequel to this movie. It would be set in Brazil, Warlock would be in it, we would introduce Karma, who is a character that I certainly want to see because he is able to take possession of the bodies of people, which can lead to sexual chaos between our characters.