The plan on developing a sequel to the 2007 hit horror film, '30 Days of Night', is being materialized as the project is reportedly in the works.
"30 Days of Night" will indeed get its sequel made. In recent report, Bloody-Disgusting has confirmed that Mandate Pictures is working on a second "30 Days" film, "Untitled 30 Days of Night Sequel", for 2010 possible release schedule. Co-writer Steve Niles will return to the project to team up with Ben Ketai for the script.
Not much is shared about the proposed project, but the sequel is said to be focusing on Stella Oleson. This time around, the character who is played by Melissa George in the first film reportedly will seek for revenge on the blood-thirsty vampires who destroyed her sleepy Alaskan town. Though plot resolves around Stella, it is still unclear whether Melissa will return to reprise her role.
"30 Days" is a horror thriller about an isolated town in Alaska which is attacked by a group of vampires when the town falls into complete darkness for 30 days. Toplined by Josh Hartnett and Melissa George, it was released in the U.S. on October 19, 2007 and has since pulled in $75.1 million worldwide.