It's a 50-50 possibility that Coraline 2 will happen again. Fans have been waiting for even a smidgeon of news since 2009, and we might just have the scoop on a forthcoming sequel.
The original film, which was released in 2009, was a hit with animation fans. But wait, is there even a remote prospect of a Coraline sequel, and if so, when will we get formal confirmation?
Don't you think it's only right that we find out? Let's get started.
2009 was officially 12 years ago, so it's no surprise that there are so many films ready to fill you with nostalgia. Jennifer's Body, Watchmen, Avatar, and other masterpieces are just a few that we miss. And please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please,
Coraline, on the other hand, is the indisputable king of the battle and many viewers' favourite films from that year. Henry Selick, the director of the horror-fantasy-thriller animated film, was one of the best ways to spend time with friends and family. Coraline was a film that was truly unique in every way, and people continue to speak about it to this day.
Teri Hatcher, Keith David, Dawn French, Ian McShane, John Hodgman, Robert Bailey Jr., Dakota Fanning, and Jennifer Saunders were the people behind the voice.
It's a cult classic for many, and cult films are known for having long wait times. However, we've heard a smidgeon of spice, which makes us hopeful for a sequel. Don't you want to know what we know and if there will be a sequel?
What Do We Know in Coraline 2?
Officially, nothing has been said regarding Coraline 2. There hasn't been much buzz surrounding the release of a new picture. Can we, however, extrapolate from Neil's tweet below that there could be 1% odds in the future?
Coraline is a character from Neil Gaiman's novel Coraline, published in 2002. Unfortunately, Neil never attempted to make a sequel to the film. The 60-year-old novelist expressed his thoughts in a tweet.
I'm waiting for a Coraline story that's as good as or better than Coraline. There's no point in making something less than the first book or movie. https://t.co/ivWaxDOk0p
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) March 31, 2021
“Please create Coraline 2…,” a fan tweeted in March 2021. Come on.”
“I'm looking for a Coraline narrative that's as excellent as or better than Coraline,” Neil said. It's pointless to do anything less than the first book or film.”
What does this imply? No, I'm sorry. Nope. There is currently no news on Coraline 2.
There's scarcely a purpose to express facts coming from the creator himself, am I right or am I right? I don't believe you will disagree with me.
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