"Get Smart" is most likely to get a sequel treatment. In a recent report made by Variety about the three-year first-look deal between Steve Carell and Warner Bros. Pictures, it is unraveled that the studio are planning to move forward with a follow-up movie to the Peter Segal's spy parody flick.
Words are Steve Carell will be reprising his role as the compulsively efficient analyst-turned-CONTROL spy agent, Maxwell Smart in "Get Smart 2". It should be noticed though Carell has signed a three-year deal with the production company, the sequel is not a part of the overall agreement. Moreover, no word on the possible return of Anne Hathaway as Agent 99.
Released on June 20, "Get Smart" debuted atop the box office reigning over its toughest competitor "The Love Guru". Adapted from Mel Brooks and Buck Henry's 1960s spy parody television series of the same name, the flick went on to collect as much as $130 million nationwide and $224 million worldwide.