French filmmaker Luc Besson has unveiled plan to develop a sequel to his co-writing work of "District B13."
Putting more concentration in screenwriting after his shocking announcement of ending his directing career, Luc Besson has spilled the bean that he is penning a sequel to last year's "District B13" which he co-wrote and produced.
"There's some film where you like the cast, you like the characters and you want to see them again," he told ComingSoon.net. "'B13' I want to do the sequel to, I love the two characters, and there's the room to do another one. I have the idea then I think we're going to make it."
In the same occasion, the prolific French filmmaker also revealed that he in fact has another writing project upon being asked about the return of "District B13" director Pierre Morel to the flick's follow-up.
"I will propose to him, but now he's going to direct a film for me called 'Taken,' something I wrote," the man remarked. "Liam Neeson is going to have the first part. It's a great, great film."