Stranger things have happened, we suppose!!!
(We're looking at you, cat sushi!)
Acclaimed film director Phillip Noyce hopes to make a film about PRISM-whistleblower Edward Snowden, and he thinks Miley Cyrus' fiancé is the perfect man for the job!!
Liam Hemsworth is mostly known for his roles in the Hunger Games films, and also for looking super hot walking out of the gym, but we think the 23-year-old Australian is totally ready for super serious part!!
In a recent interview about the possibility of turning the real life espionage drama into a film, the director said:
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We all know what we’d REALLY like to see is a Gone in 60 Seconds sequel, but until then, will we see Angelina in a sequel to her spy thriller Salt?
Writer Kurt Wimmer and Director Phillip Noyce have expressed interest in returning for a sequel. Angelina Jolie has shown interest in the sequel as well. Perhaps it could become one of her next projects after Tim Burton’s upcoming film Maleficent.
Sources say that Sony will see how Salt performs in more international markets before they decide if they’d like to make a sequel or not.
Are U interested in seeing a Salt sequel?
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We assumed because she already said she'd do it, they'd jump on the chance to make a sequel - regardless of whether or not it's good!
Since Angelina Jolie has already essentially said that she'd make a sequel to her new action flick, Salt, its director Phillip Noyce is confirming that there will be a Salt II in a few years!
"Hopefully within a couple of years, we'll have one. Angelina's so great in this part. When audiences see the movie they're going to feel like it's only just the beginning."
We smell a franchise!
What do U think?? Would U want to see Angelina reprise the role even if the first one blows?
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