Mireille Enos, whose new series “Lucky Hank” with Bob Odenkirk premieres this weekend on AMC, is nevertheless up for a sequel to 2013’s “World War Z,” even a decade later.

The script was completed for the comply with-up to the Marc Forster-directed initial film that starred Brad Pitt, and it had prime talent attached to aid at a variety of points, like David Fincher and J. A. Bayona of “The Not possible.”

“The script for the second film was fantastic. I want the planet could get to see it,” Enos told TheWrap. “We got definitely close to producing a sequel. At a single point David Fincher was signed on there was a completed script which was outstanding and then a single point and a different you know [and it never got made]. But in no way say in no way. I nevertheless feel it would be fantastic.”

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The original film went via comprehensive reshoots soon after the ending didn’t test effectively with audiences, and an complete plot line for Enos’s character, in which she becomes romantically involved with Matthew Fox’s paratrooper, was reduce. In the completed film, Fox seems only briefly in the course of the rescue on the apartment rooftop. Will these scenes ever see the light of day?

“No, I feel that is almost certainly gone now,” Enos stated. “The was a entire month of shooting and not a single minute of it ended up in the film. And that is okay. The version that came out is outstanding. And I feel everyone created definitely, definitely intelligent options and created a definitely fantastic film. That is what it is. I did acquire emails along the way saying, ‘We’re nevertheless editing’ and ‘I’m so sorry.’ And I was like, ‘That does not matter as lengthy as the film comes out.’”

The film was a industrial good results, grossing more than $540 million against a production spending budget of $190 million, which created it the highest-grossing zombie film of all time. In 2019, a supply told The Hollywood Reporter that China’s ban on zombie films was the primary explanation why the sequel, budgeted at $200 million, in no way occurred. Fincher went on to make “Mindhunter” for Netflix and Bayona signed on to direct “Jurassic Globe: Fallen Kingdom” as an alternative.

Enos was delighted to see that “World War Z” is a featured move on Netflix this month, on the other hand. “It’s trending. Is that the correct word? My 12-year-old daughter just watched it with a single of her girlfriends lately. It was definitely cute. She believed it was scary and fantastic.”

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