A follow up of the 2002 movie "Dog Soldiers" entitled "Dog Soldiers: Fresh Meat" is in development to be brought out to the big screen.
Those who long for Private Cooper of "Dog Soldiers" to resurface on screen can now wait in anticipation as it has been confirmed that a follow up of the action-horror flick is on its process to be brought up to the big screen. Previously put in the shelves for quite a long time, the sequel will be entitled "Dog Soldiers: Fresh Meat" with Rob Green taking the director's seat.
Planning to go into production this fall, the project will continue the misadventures of Private Cooper yet it still remains unclear whether the character is again played by Kevin McKidd or not.
"Dog Soldiers" originally was a Neil Marshall's work in 2002 about a squad of British soldiers sent on training mission in Scotland to later discover that their training turns into a battle for their lives against werewolves.