It’s not about the #AlitaSequel but this Cinemablend article on Robert Rodriguez’s “Red11” still manages to give Alita: Battle Angel plenty of needed boost. Unfortunately, the title of this article has caused some confusion: some people have begun saying that the Alita sequel will be streamed because they didn’t actually read the article. This needs to be made clear so that people will stop running with misinformation.
“Of course, when you talk about Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel follow-up, many fans are hoping that you are talking about an Alita sequel.
There is no word on a sequel yet, but producer Jon Landau suggests that the Alita Army keep letting Disney know how bad we want to see Alita 2 and maybe one day it will happen.”
“Red 11” and “The Robert Rodriguez Film School” will stream on Tubi this summer in North America.
“The Advanced Imaging Society presented its 11th annual Lumiere Awards for creative and technical achievement in features, TV and emerging media on Wednesday night at Warner Bros. Studios… honorees included Alita: Battle Angel (use of HDR).”
Kristen Acuna talked with the Alita: Battle Angel VFX team. They indicated that any future Alita sequels were in Disney’s hands.
Initially, VFX supervisor for Lightstorm Entertainment Richard Baneham laughed when Insider asked whether or not they have heard anything about a sequel for the film.
“We’ll say what we did to the last person who said that to us. Please go tell them on the lot to go …”
Hollander trailed off as the team laughed while pointing outside to the Walt Disney Studios lot, where our interview was taking place.
Visual Effects Supervisor Eric Saindon is on a few fan sites and groups.
“I just watch, and it’s pretty amazing, the fanbase that’s out there for it,” said Saindon. “The petitions they’re doing and all these things. They really love the film and want to see it, see more of this world.”
You can read the entire article at the link below:
Many of you might remember the celebration & postcard event that we had for #AlitaDay, a.k.a. #AlitaAppreciationDay (September 9). We want to have a similar event for February 14, the anniversary of the Alita: Battle Angel movie release. It’s time to show Jim Cameron how much you #LoveAlita
Eddie McTrigger, the orchestrator of the original #AlitaDay postcard event, has provided the addresses for the #AlitaArmy to send postcards expressing our love for Alita to Jim Cameron, Jon Landau, and Robert Rodriguez to.
As with #AlitaDay, postcards are preferred. There’s a website that you can use to create them, if you’d like to use it. Keep in mind: they need at least a week to be completed. Send your postcards early if you like – just try to time it for Valentines Day. https://www.mypostcard.com/en/