Chances for a sequel are looking slim to none
It is probably pretty difficult to make a sequel to a film, without the directorfrom the first film, right? This seems to be the problem that the sequel to Hancock is having. According to a report from hitfix, while superstar actor Will Smith who starred in the first Hancock motion picture may be available for a sequel, film director Peter Berg is not.
"There are so many cooks in that particular kitchen that are so busy and Will's kind of taken time off to be with his kids and his kids are now making all kinds of films and there are so many people involved in that from Will to his partner James Lassiter to Akiva [Goldsmith] to Michael Man and myself," Berg says. "To get us all in the same room where we can talk and then agree on anything? You'll never meet a group of people who will have a harder time agreeing on anything. It's like the Israeli peace process times a thousand in how tough it is for us all. But I think it will happen, we just all have to get in the same room with some consistency."
Did you see the first film? Do you think you would be interested in seeing a sequel if they got a different director?