Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine revealed to The Movie Blog that a sequel to 2006's "Crank" is in works.
Get ready to keep your adrenaline pumping once again, guys, as there will be a follow-up to last year's thriller action "Crank."
"Crank" co-writers/co-directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine have both delightfully confirmed to The Movie Blog that they are in works to bring out the project to the surface.
"There will be a sequel to Crank yes. Prepare to Crank again," so Taylor told the site. "And you know the 'is it a sequel or prequel' question... IT'S A SEQUEL. We're not selling out and going prequel. We are picking up where the last movie left off."
Released under Lionsgate banner on September 1, 2006, "Crank" featured Jason Statham as a hit man named Chev Chelios who must keep his adrenaline flowing in order to prevent his heart stopping because of a mysterious poison injected into him. Pic fared quite well in the box-office, collecting around $39 million in worldwide market.