ALITA BATTLE TO COME UP WITH A SEQUEL!! HERE’S EVERYTHING THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!

                                              Credits- Imdb.com The cyberpunk action film, Alita  Battle Angel based on a …


                                              Credits- Imdb.com

The cyberpunk action film, Alita  Battle Angel based on a Japanese manga artist Yukti Kushiro. The movie was released in 2019 and succeeded in gaining a collection of $404.9 million with some die-hard fan following. The fans are eagerly waiting for the sequel to hit on the screens soon.

When will Alita Battle 2 release?

The fans are demanding for Alita battle continuously. The first release took place in 2019 and it has been almost a year since the release.  After the release, Disney completely acquired over Fox, so now the destiny of Alita Battle sequel completely is in hands of Disney.

The directors- Cameron and Robert hinted in an interview that there will be multiple layers of Alita Battle Angel. So, there’s still a hope that the sequel will land but for the time being, we cannot anticipate when it will be released.

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The plot of the sequel

As we saw in the first part, Alita is found in Iron city by a dedicated doctor Ido. When she comes back into senses she was puzzled and had no clue what was going with her neither she had any patch of memory left of her past life. Ido supports Alita to start with a fresh and cares for her in every step she takes.

The story will take place directly in 2536 in a whole new world- The Fall. But as there are no official updates from the side of makers stating anything about what will be the interesting storyline.

There is no trailer or synopsis available for now but we can hope that we’ll receive it soon.

The cast of the sequel

With no official statement available, it is not easy to predict what the original cast of the sequel will be. But we really hope that everyone from the first part should come back as every character of the movie is special in whatever the role they played and we really want to see them back on the screens.

 

 

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