Apparently Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his producing accomplice, Hiram Garcia, are still planning to raise a sequel to Big Trouble in Little China. Delivered in 1986, the main movie was coordinated by John Carpenter and featured Kurt Russell, Dennis Dun, Kim Cattrall, and James Hong. Big Trouble in Little China is revolved around crude Jack Burton (Russell) as he helps his companion Wang Chi (Dun) salvage his “green-peered toward” life partner from a group of scoundrels from the hidden world of San Francisco’s Chinatown. The pair should defy an antiquated Chinese alchemist, David Lo Pan (Hong), who is reviled by Emperor Qun Shi Huan to meander the Earth as an apparition until he weds a green-peered toward lady.
In an interview with Collider, Garcia gave a concise update on the situation with the sequel to Big Trouble in Little China. Speaking in the interest of Johnson and the remainder of Seven Bucks Productions, Garcia explains that the sequel is still possible, however there might be a few rights issues presently holding them back. Garcia is additionally speedy to emphasize that the film would not be a redo of the original. View Garcia’s full statement underneath:
Russell will doubtlessly not show up in Big Trouble in Little China 2, anyway aficionados of the religion exemplary may breathe easy in light of the way that it is intended to occur in a similar universe. While the original film was defaced by allegations of racism, it will be interesting to perceive how Garcia and Johnson handle the topics and story of a sequel. However, with Johnson and Seven Bucks Productions distracted with various undertakings, and given the administrative noise for obtaining the property’s privileges, a Big Trouble in Little China sequel may not occur at any point in the near future.