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The 'Dredd' actor expresses his idea for a crowdfunding sequel while visiting the Motor City Comic Con.
'If I was involved in a second movie, it would be about origins and subversion,' so the screenwriter says of his design for the possible follow-up movie.
'I just think there's so much fertile ground to explore within the character and within the world,' Urban says of why the sequel to 'Dredd' should be made.
Presenting plenty of stunning slow-motion shots, the violent snippet shows Dredd brutally shooting some gangsters who are enjoying a drug binge.
Revealing the plan to create more follow ups to the R-rated comic book movie, Garland announces, 'We'll see a sequel if the gross is above $50 million in the U.S..'
It has been announced that 'Dredd' will hold an advance screening event with Karl Urban during the preview night of the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con.
Packed with plenty of slow-motion scenes, the footage shows Dredd and Anderson embarking on some high-octane combats in Mega City One.
The 'Game of Thrones' star compares Ma-Ma to a 'great white shark,' while describing the villainous character as 'a prostitute who then kills her pimp and takes over his drug-running business.'
The freshly released images from the upcoming anti-hero movie show Carl Urban's Judge Dredd and Olivia Thirlby's Judge Anderson in action as they are set to claim the lives of bad guys.
Sporting blond hair and full black costume, the 'Juno' actress looks fierce holding a machine gun.
The 'Superman' reboot will head into theaters in mid 2013, while the Street Judge movie is due fall 2012.
The dark shot sees the 'Star Trek' actor wearing Dredd's trademark helmet to portray the most feared judge in Mega City One.