Why Rosa Salazar, James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez continue to “try like hell” to put Alita 2 into production

Hollywood is full of promised sequels that never materialize. There is a short time that the continuation of a favorite movie can get a coveted green light. And while it may seem that the widow is closed in a sequel to Robert Rodriguez’s science fiction / manga metaphor Alita: Battle Angelstar Rosa Salazar tells CinemaBlend that this is not the case, she he still wants to returnand the basic principles continue to fight hard to make this story happen.

Rosa Salazar stopped by the CinemaBlend multimedia suite at the WonderCon Festival in Anaheim, California at the weekend to talk about her upcoming second season Damagedin popular Show Amazon Prime Video. During our conversation, we asked her for any updates Alita 2, and whether he has spoken to either James Cameron or Robert Rodriguez about it. As it turns out, they do more than we are talking about Alita 2. Salazar told us:

I harass them constantly. Like, it can become a legal issue soon. I send a lot of emails with James Cameron. … And he always says, “I’m so down.” It’s crazy to hear someone like James Cameron say, “I’m so down!” When we were in South by Southwest, I went to Robert (Rodriguez)’s house and had a cup of tea and talked only about Alita. All three of us love it very much. It is never out of line with our vision, ever. Whatever we do, we say “How do we get back there?” Ούμε We try like hell to bring her back out there because we know how, like (Undo), her story means so much to women, to young girls, to boys, to everyone. I think it represents something that goes beyond race, gender, all that. Well, we’re working on it, man!

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