Gunpowder Milkshake 2 is a possibility, as indicated by the movie’s chief, Navot Papushado. Before Gunpowder Milkshake appeared simultaneously on Netflix and in theaters on July 14, it was accounted for that a follow-up was at that point being developed at StudioCanal, suggesting that the creation organization has high hopes for the Karen Gillan-drove film. Early reactions have created a considerable measure of promotion, persuading that Gunpowder Milkshake has the possibility to be a franchise starter.
Gunpowder Milkshake introduces the ruthless criminal organization known as The Firm, yet quite a bit of their backstory remains neglected, leaving the entryway open to subsequent meet-ups or other spinoffs. In a meeting with Comicbook’s Patrick Cavanaugh, chief, Navot Papushado, says he has a lot of ideas for a sequel, yet he wants to check crowd reactions to the film prior to focusing on anything. Peruse a part of the meeting beneath:
My whole focus is on making sure individuals see it and love it and are passionate about it. In any event, when you compose something that is such an extraordinary scene however there’s no space for it, instead of driving it, you’re similar to, ‘OK, we should place it in the back pocket.’ Then when you start working on [a follow-up], you have so many ideas. In any event, when you choose there’s no space for it here, you’re similar to, ‘Alright, we should keep it aside.’ Actually, if individuals will like it as much as I trust they will, there are screens and theaters and any place they can see it, I believe there’s sufficient ideas as of now to place things moving.
With a fourth Wick installment coming, it’s not improbable that Gunpowder Milkshake could emulate its example. Its closure does not straightforwardly set up a sequel, yet there are still numerous paths a follow-up could take, such as future conflicts between the sisterhood and The Firm or Sam seeking further vengeance against those who killed her father. Gunpowder Milkshake introduces a complex folklore that could easily be expanded upon in later installments.