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Screenwriter Derek Haas shares some updates on the 'Wanted' sequel, saying that the film will see Wesley four years after the original movie with a new female recruit.
Michael Brandt and Derek Haas have been hired to pen the screenplay for 'Wanted 2', but it is not clear if Timur Bekmambetov will return as the director.
Addressing report that the actress would star in the film, the comic book creator says no actors are officially cast since the script has not been finalized.
The 35-year-old beauty says she is not that interested to reprise her role in the 'Wanted' sequel, but is open to possibility to work with Tim Burton in 'Maleficent'.
She says 'definitely' when asked whether she would want to star in 'Wanted 2', adding the first movie was one of a kind.
The one-sheet captures Milla Jovovich's Alice alone, while the stills see Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller as the Redfields.
Attending the Question and Answer session with Taylor Lautner, the 'Twilight' beauty played coy when asked about her possibility to replace Angelina Jolie in 'Wanted 2'.
Sources say the studio and director Timur Bekmambetov have eyed to tap the young actress as the female lead in 'Wanted 2'.
Killing off the most recognizable character, the filmmakers reportedly will bring more fraternities of assassins to the follow-up to 'Wanted (2008)'.
Despite report that movie bosses prefer scrapping the project to recast Jolie's character, 'Wanted' co-creator Mark Millar says the sequel is still happening with adjustments to the existing plot.
As Angelina Jolie is said refusing to reprise her role in 'Wanted' sequel, movie bosses prefer shutting down the project to looking for the actress' replacement.
Though he cannot confirm it, the comic books' creator Mark Millar reveals that storyline for 'Wanted' sequel will follow James McAvoy's Wesley being hunted by other assassins from around the world.