Cowboys and Aliens maker Scott Mitchell Rosenberg says that it was studio politics that kept a sequel from occurring. It has been a long time since the arrival of Cowboys and Aliens, which at the time was perhaps the most long awaited movies of summer 2011 and had deafening responses at Comic-Con in 2010 and 2011. Be that as it may, after the Cowboys and Aliens first secret trailer joined to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 1, the film failed to meet expectations in the cinema world when it was delivered on July 29, 2011.
In a new meeting with Yahoo! Amusement, unique Cowboys and Aliens comic maker Scott Mitchell said it was a fight between two studios that kept a sequel from occurring. In 2006, Spielberg and Howard’s creation organization both delivered the film (DreamWorks Pictures and Imagine Pictures separately), with Universal Pictures circulating the film. Be that as it may, Dreamworks was claimed by Paramount Pictures at that point, which caused erosion among Spielberg and Paramount Pictures, just as quarrels with Universal Studios. Mitchell itemized the battles of working with two distinct studios:
“They made an arrangement that they would do it together, which at last messed some up. Steven was currently at Paramount, which Universal was rarely exceptionally cheerful about. Then, at that point DreamWorks began getting into a battle with Paramount. There’s horrible folks or trouble makers in this — it’s simply the manner in which the business is. In any case, it was a wild ride while we were making the movie…Universal declared the delivery date for the film without going over it with DreamWorks. Had everything been agreeable, it would have been knock to the accompanying summer [of 2012] on the grounds that that way we might have gotten a great deal of marketing rolling. It was only 11 months without a Christmas in the middle to do anything. They simply weren’t cooperating on things, and individuals were pointing submits various bearings. It had its effect….They couldn’t sort out some way to do this is a direct result of the multitude of studios included. It was simply excessively confounded for them to manage. That would enjoy been the benefit of one or the other Universal or Paramount making it, since when we were arranging the arrangement we had this load of various business issues divisions on the telephone simultaneously!”
Indeed, even without the quarrel between the two studios, a sequel to Cowboys and Aliens seemed like it would have been difficult to legitimize. The film came in runner up in the cinema world the end of the week it opened, being beaten by The Smurfs. The film ultimately netted $100 million in the homegrown film industry and $174 million worldwide against a spending plan of $163 million. In any case, Cowboys and Aliens was one of many high-profile film industry dissatisfactions for DreamWorks in 2011 close by I Am Number Four and Fright Night. General Pictures had a lot of film industry potential arranged as they had as of late delivered Fast Five which restarted the Fast and Furious establishment and Despicable Me had opened the year earlier and given them another manageable establishment. By 2012, the blockbuster scene had been changed such a great amount by the arrival of The Avengers that Cowboys and Aliens felt like the relic of another period and one that no studio needed a greater amount of.