A sequel to "Dragonball Evolution" is already in the works. Confirming on what he has hinted earlier, leading man Justin Chatwin insisted that a script to the follow-up installment of the manga adaptation has been penned. "I know they've written a second one and it's pretty far out there," so he claimed.
On the premise of the sequel, the actor who plays Goku in the James Wong-directed live-action film said, "The second one really goes to some different places that I've never seen in any comic book adaptation." Though revealing that the script has been written, the 26-year-old admitted that he hasn't read it.
While nothing is certain yet on the development of "Dragonball Evolution" sequel, Chatwin spilled that he and co-star Emmy Rossum would love to do another movie for this adaptation film. James Marsters also sounded similar hope, adding "We're going to get to 'Dragonball Z' later where Piccolo becomes youthful and he's going to become the Piccolo that most people recognize."
Earlier this year, Chatwin has hinted to SciFiNow that a script has been written for "Dragonball Evolution" sequel. "If there were to be a sequel I think it...well, I know that it would go to a really interesting place, because they already have the second script written," the "War of the Worlds" actor at the time said.
Adapted from Akira Toriyama's famous Japanese manga of the same name, "Dragonball Evolution" revolves around Goku's journey to collect all seven Dragonballs. Having had one of the balls, the young warrior must now gather around six others before Lord Piccolo gets his hands on them and destroys Earth. The live-action film produced by Stephen Chow stars Justin Chatwin, Emmy Rossum and Chow Yun-Fat among others, and will come out in U.S. theaters on April 10.