For now, the second part of this action tape about a group of immortal mercenaries led by Charlize Theron has not been given the green light.
Since its premiere on Netflix on July 10, The Old Guard, the Gina Prince-Bythewood film, directed by Oscar-winner Charlize Theron, has become one of her most successful productions, with nearly 72 million views on its first month in the catalog of the streaming platform. Given that great acceptance, it is logical that the word sequel is on everyone's lips, and on this matter the writer and creator of the comic Greg Rucka have given some clues.
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Conversations about the sequel to The Old Guard, Greg Rucka, has come to confirm, in an interview with DiscussingFilm, collected by the ComicBook.com media. "Yes, certainly," said the writer. "There have been conversations, but nothing has been confirmed. I don't think a decision will be made about making a new movie until now. In any case, those responsible for making a new movie do not share a street with me. What if you decide to do it, here I am for what you need ".
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It is not the first time that members of the Old Guard team have spoken openly about the possibility of a sequel. Just three weeks ago, Charlize Theron commented on the fact that, although they are still promoting the first film, the idea of a second part is liked by everyone: "We are still pushing this one. Let's have a little rest time. But Since we all really want to do it [a second part], I'm sure we will start the conversation when the time is right. "
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For now, and until we have official confirmation of the sequel to The Old Guard, you can watch this action movie on a group of immortal mercenaries on Netflix. In its cast, in addition to Charlize Theron, we find KiKi Layne, Matthias Schoenaerts, Marwan Kenzari, Luca Marinelli, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Harry Melling.