“What I think the Alita Army should do is keep peppering our family now at Disney and [let them know] how important it is to have another Alita movie and hopefully we’ll venture there one day.” – film producer Jon Landau
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“I will fight to make Alita 2 happen until the end of time,” Salazar told [The Digital Fix]. “Thanks to performance capture technology, I could do this movie whenever. I could perform this sequel in five years, but I don’t think it should take that long. I think that it’s a story that should continue.”
The presentation of the Hero Arm to the recipient will take place on April 8. It will be done by video conferencing. We’ll update you with images and video as soon as they are available. Thank you for helping to make this possible.
Sean O’Connel of Cinemablend spoke to Rosa Salazar recently and asked her about the status of an Alita: Battle Angel sequel. She told Sean that she never stops pressuring James Cameron about getting back into that world.
“I harass them all the time. Like, it might become a legal issue soon. I email with James Cameron a lot. … And he’s always like, ‘I’m so down.’ Which is crazy to hear someone like James Cameron be like, ‘I’m so down!’ When we were in South by Southwest, I went over to Robert (Rodriguez)’s house and had tea, and was just talking about Alita. All three of us have so much love for it. It’s never outside of our line of vision, ever. Everything we do, we’re just sort of like, ‘How do we get back there?’ … We’re trying like hell to get her back out there because we know how much, just like (Undone), her story means so much to women, to young girls, to boys, to everybody. I think she represents something that transcends race, gender, all of that. So we’re working on it, man!”
To those who have a Twitter account, we need your help! Please quote tweet the following tweet to let the Academy know that you didn’t forget about Alita: Battle Angel getting snubbed for a VFX nomination in 2019.