District 9 essayist and director Neill Blomkamp feels that the movie’s profoundly expected sequel, District 10, will be as “stripped down and bare bones” as could really be expected. While reports had for quite some time been twirling around a development to the Academy Award-nominated science fiction hit, the new film wasn’t officially affirmed until February. The content for District 10 is as of now still in development and being written by Blomkamp, just as District 9 co-essayist Terri Tatchell and actor Sharlto Copley.
Blomkamp told THR that he is meaning to keep the hotly anticipated sequel “as stripped-down and no frills” as could be expected. The director says he would not like to fall into the snare of other movie sequels by vigorously increasing the creation of District 10. Blomkamp thinks the subsequent venture will generally reflect the methodology of the original film.
“I think the methodology of the principal film is right; it’s very an issue of the script…If there’s somewhat more stuff occurring in the content, then you need somewhat more cash. Yet, I figure it would in any case be as stripped-down and no frills as we could make it. That turns out to be more deft and more imaginative, and actually, I like that.”
Whether or not District 10 fills in as an immediate sequel to District 9, the way that Blomkamp intends to move toward the film similarly is unquestionably uplifting. The movie producer has demonstrated time and time again across numerous undertakings that a frightful mix of people, extra-terrestrials and modern technology is his meat and potatoes. Whatever is in store for District 10, it is in the most secure potential hands.