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‘Big Trouble in Little China’ Continuation: Producer Hiram Garcia is Working on Making it Happen



'Big Trouble in Little China' Continuation: Producer Hiram Garcia is Working on Making it Happen

It’s been a minute since the official announcement was made that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson would be starring in a remake of John Carpenter‘s beloved 1986 supernatural action/fantasy film Big Trouble in Little China. In new interview with our friends over at Collider this week, the projects producer partner Hiram Garcia revealed that he and Johnson are still eager to get things moving on what is now being called a “continuation” rather than a remake.

While speaking with the site, Garcia said:

(Big Trouble in Little China) is still an ambition of ours but unfortunately there are complications that come with a legacy property like that which has so much attached to it from over the years. We have a really fun idea on what we’d want to do with it, especially since our goal was never to remake Big Trouble but simply continue it. Similar to what we did with Jumanji, we would continue the story and make sure the original stands on it’s own since it means so much to us and fans all around the world. So needless to say we are still working on making that happen but as with any great project the road is not easy but we are sticking to it! We’re going to figure out a way to continue the story of Big Trouble in Little China.

Do you think the Big Trouble in Little China continuation will become a reality? If so, would you be excited to check it out in theatres? You can post your thoughts on this down in our comments section below this article.

Last we heard, Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz (X-Men: First Class) were writing on the screenplay.

Stay tuned to Dark Universe for more possible updates on the film to come.



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