‘Superbad: It’s Today’: Jonah Hill dreams of making a sequel when he and the cast are old

Released in 2007, the comedy ‘Superbad – It’s Today‘ boosted the career of Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse e Michael Cera, turning them into some of the most charismatic artists in the genre.

Written by Seth Rogen e Evan Goldberg, the plot follows Seth (Hill) and his McLovin friends (Plasse) e Evan (Cera) as they plan to throw a party to celebrate the end of high school and try to lose their virginity, but everything ends up going out of plan and turning into a general mess.

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During an interview for the W Magazine, Hill revealed that he still dreams of making a sequel, but only when he and the rest of the cast are elderly.

“I’ve never said this to anyone, but I dream of making a new Superbad when we and the guys are in our 80s. One ‘Superbad – In the Old Man’s Home, You know? I even thought, our wives die and we are single again. If there’s a sequel, that’s how I want it to be. And that’s the only way they can convince me to do a sequel.”

But would a sequel be as successful as the original?

Last year, Plasse talked to the Cinemablend and said that a sequel would make no sense unless it presented a story with a female point of view.

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“I heard from the people who directed the first movie that a sequel is not in the pipeline. They don’t want to mess with the film legacy, you know? And it wouldn’t make sense either, it would be more of the same… I think it would only work, it would only be worth it if it was a version with a female point of view: a director, female protagonists and a script designed for the women’s side. I think that would be the right way for sure.”

So, do you agree with the star?

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In addition to conquering 88% of probation in Rotten Tomatoes, ‘Superbad – It’s Today‘ raised US$ 169.8 million around the world, from a budget of just US$ 20 million.

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