Director Luc Besson’s Valerian And The Metropolis Of A Thousand Planets did not turn into the subsequent nice sci-fi movie franchise (and no person actually ought to’ve anticipated that to occur), however his movie studio EuropaCorp isn’t going to only pack up and stop. As an alternative, Selection is reporting that the studio is planing to “cut back its ambitions and rejig its technique.” Particularly, meaning the EuropaCorp will cease making boring/unhealthy stuff like The Circle and 9 Lives, and it’ll refocus on good things that individuals take pleasure in like Taken, The Skilled, and The Fifth Factor. This particular focus may also give Besson himself the time to be “creatively concerned” on all tasks, that means he’ll be capable to put his standard weirdo contact on much more motion pictures.
By way of what these motion pictures will likely be, Selection says that EuropaCorp’s subsequent mission is “an English-language motion thriller with a feminine lead” that’s primarily based on an unique thought from Besson. He’s additionally engaged on a sequel to Lucy, the film the place Scarlett Johansson mainly turned a god, with the entire script reportedly full. It’s unclear if the Lucy sequel is identical film because the English-language motion thriller, although, so Lucy 2 might be coming comparatively quickly.