There are science fiction films that win over the public, to the point that more than one asks for a second part. This is the case of District 9, directed by Neill Blomkamp and released in 2009.
Months ago, we reported that the filmmaker was taking a first step towards what would be a sequel. Through his Twitter account, the South African stated that He is already actively working on the script for a continuation that will be called District 10.
On that occasion, he shared that for this installment he has the support of Terri Tatchell, with whom he wrote the first part; Y Sharlto Copley, the unforgettable Wikus van de Merwe.
District 10’s progress
Days ago, Neill Blomkamp told IGN that District 10 will be inspired “by an important moment in American history.” And I add: “The script is still being written. Looks good. It took me over a decade to find a reason to make this movie, beyond just making it because I wanted a sequel. “, he mentioned.
The return of District 9 is one of the most requested among science fiction lovers, especially because more than one wants to know what happened to Wikus, transformed into one of the creatures he once chased during the events of the original film. So many unanswered questions need an explanation.
Synopsis of District 9
30 years ago, aliens came to Earth in search of a refuge from the death of their planet. When the aliens made contact, people expected a hostile attack or a technological breakthrough, but none of it happened.
Separated from humans in an area of South Africa called District 9, the beings from another planet were managed by Multi-National United, an entity that set out to do anything to master their advanced technology. In turn, an agent contracted a virus that began to alter his DNA and found only one place to hide: the concentration camp for aliens.
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