30 Days Of Night Sequel?

Published 8 years ago by

30 days night 30 Days Of Night Sequel?My buds over at ReelzChannel emailed me to let me know that although 30 Days of Night hasn’t even opened yet (it comes out in a few days) there’s already talk of a sequel. Here’s a brief quote from an interview they’ll be releasing tomorrow with screenwriter Brian Nelson regarding the possibility of a sequel happening:

“I’ll just tantalizingly say it is possible you might see more of The Stranger [a main character in the film] in the future.”

Look for the full interview tomorrow on their site.

Source: ReelzChannel (Be warned, there are plot spoilers on that page)

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  1. I have to say.. I’ll be really excited if they make a sequel to this. Don’t won’t to shout out any spoilers but I think the plot could have been better.. but the movie ended great and had me ont he edge of my seat the entire time.

  2. Yeah, this one got slammed a bit by critics but I thought it was ok. Nothing to write home about but I’ve definitely seen worse.


  3. they gotta make a sequal!…. the movie only covers 30 days of the 65 night period of barrow alaska. the sun only comes up for a couple of hours… they have to go back and hide at some point. there is much more that the creators should cover. and we’re all looking for a sequal. the look in stellas eyes at the end really leads to that idea. i hope another one comes out!!!!

  4. In current days the notion of a straight to dvd sequel has buzzed around. please don’t let this happen; it’ll be awful if the production was laxed of the original cast, visual astetics, and amazing effects that a decent budget–along with Weta Workshops–could do. So if there is a sequel, then give it the same production style as the original.