Producer Jerry Weintraub and director Andrew Fleming are reportedly working on a sequel to "Nancy Drew" with Emma Roberts back as the title character.
The story of "Nancy Drew" is going to have another chapter for sure. Variety has reported that producer Jerry Weintraub and helmer Andrew Fleming are gearing up a sequel to the flick with Emma Roberts reprising her role as the titular character.
The first installment, set to hit theaters on June 15 this year, is based on characters created by Carolyn Keene and centers on a female teenager named Nancy who gets involved in the case of a beautiful actress' mysterious death when she accompanies her father to Los Angeles. Lined up in the cast are Max Thieriot, Tate Donovan, and Rachael Leigh Cook, to name few.
In the meantime, the trio is also confirmed to team up once again in "Rodeo Gal", another family-friendly feature coming from Warner Bros. Pictures. Fleming will both write and direct while Roberts is billed to portray a debutante equestrian who falls for a cowboy and tries to win him over by entering a rodeo competition.