Now You See Me

One of the summer’s biggest surprises, both critically and financially, was Louis¬†Leterrier‘s magic-based heist film Now You See Me. Sporting a solid cast, an original story and good word of mouth, the underdog film made over $115 million domestic and almost $300 million worldwide.

So what happens when a small film has some big success? You guessed it. A sequel.¬†Turns out, Leterrier will once again be at the helm. Read More »

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Now You See Me

In many respects, Now You See Me doesn’t fit into the usual franchise-starter template. It’s not based on a comic book, or a young adult series, or anything else, for that matter. It cost a (relatively) moderate amount to make, and it was never envisioned as a big summer tentpole for the studio.

But it has made a crap ton of money at the box office, and you know what that means. Lionsgate has put a sequel to the magician heist movie in development, with production expected to get underway next year. Hit the jump for more details.

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