In an interview with ComicBookthe director Parker Finn commented on the possibility of a sequel to the horror ‘Smile‘, revealing details about what audiences can expect from a new film.
“I developed the horror ‘Smile’ to be a self-contained, self-contained story. I had no idea there would be so many people waiting for a sequel. That said, I believe there are elements in the first film that are purposely unexplored, and it would be really fun to have the chance to delve into those. There are also things I couldn’t do in the original film that I couldn’t do because of budget constraints or that didn’t fit the story.”
He continues, “I don’t want to just repeat the same thing, but I believe there are interesting directions in the ‘Smile’ universe. I want to develop something unexpected for the audience, with lots of twists.”
With $209.9 million raised worldwide, the terror ‘Smile‘ managed to surpass the box office total of ‘The Conjuring 3: The Devil’s Order‘ ($206.4M), making it the highest grossing of its kind since the start of the pandemic.
Furthermore, the original Paramount Pictures already overcamePanic‘ ($140M) and ‘The Black Phone‘ ($159.5M), clinching the title of top horror of 2022.
Watch the review:
Review | ‘Smile’ explores trauma with an ambitious and dissonant narrative
Parker Finn is responsible for the direction and screenplay.
After witnessing a traumatic incident involving a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter begins to be haunted by supernatural occurrences that she cannot explain. Soon, she must confront her troubled past to survive and escape her sinister new reality.
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