The sequel to ‘Into the Labyrinth’, David Bowie’s beloved film, is not canceled but it would have problems

The sequel to ‘Into the Labyrinth’, David Bowie’s beloved film, is not canceled but it would have problems
The sequel to ‘Into the Labyrinth’, David Bowie’s beloved film, is not canceled but it would have problems

David Bowe starred in 1986, along with Jennifer Connelly, in one of the most important fantasy films of the genre: ‘Inside of the labyrinth‘The play directed by Jim Henson and written by Terry Jones It is considered one of the best films in the industry and currently has a sequel in the works, although its details are somewhat scarce. ComicBook was able to chat with the son of the filmmaker in charge of the original film, Brian Henson, who is in charge of The Jim Henson Company, and There is bittersweet news regarding the sequel.

The sequel to ‘Inside the Labyrinth’ is a project that excites and excites its creators, but they don’t want to talk about it.

“Well, that’s a question you should ask my sister. My sister, Lisa, is the executive director of the Jim Henson Company,” Henson told the aforementioned media when asked about the long-awaited sequel. “That is a project that we are very excited about, but we cannot talk about it“. Scott Derrickson (Doctor Strange, Sinister, The Black Phone) was the director who was going to be in charge of the sequel, but according to the latest rumors the filmmaker had disassociated himself from the project. It could be that ‘Into the Labyrinth 2’ is causing a lot of headaches for creatives and, from the production point of view, it is very difficult to get the film off the ground.

“It’s a project that we are very excited about.”

Inside of the labyrinth‘ can currently be seen on Filmin and tells the following story: “Sarah must navigate a labyrinth to rescue her little brother, who has been kidnapped by goblins and is in the hands of the powerful king Jareth. The girl immediately discovers that she has arrived in a place where things are not what they look like. Directed by the creator of the Teleecos. The screenwriter is Terry Jones, George Lucas is the executive producer and Frank Oz is the animator.” It is completely unknown what the sequel will tell. and from what point the story will be resumed, or if the slate will be wiped clean to start a new universe (as is common today in Hollywood).

 
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