A critical and commercially successful survival thriller from 2022 receives the green light for two sequels with original characters returning.
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- Fall, the breakout survival thriller, is set to become a franchise with two sequels receiving the green light after its surprising success on a small budget of $3 million.
- Director and co-writer Scott Mann is set to produce and direct both sequels, ensuring a continuation of the original film’s vision and style.
- Fans can expect the first sequel to start production in June 2024, allowing them to delve back into the thrilling world of the TV tower with the original characters.
Fall, the breakout survival thriller, is set to become a franchise with two sequels receiving the green light. Released in 2022, the survival thriller follows a simple premise involving two women who climb a 2,000-foot-tall TV tower and become stranded at the top. The film, produced on a small budget of $3 million, was a surprise critical and commercial success, which opened the door for potential sequels.
Now, Fall is set to become a franchise with not one, but two sequels. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Capstone Studios has greenlit two sequels with Scott Mann, who directed and co-wrote the original movie, returning to produce both sequels, but only direct the third film. The sequels will also bring back undisclosed original characters. Filming on the first sequel is set to begin in June 2024.
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