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Law Abiding Citizen Is Getting A Law Abiding Sequel

While Clyde dies at the end of “Law Abiding Citizen,” the man whom he saw as partly responsible for his troubles, prosecutor Nick Rice (Jamie Foxx), makes it to the closing credits unharmed. As of yet, it’s unclear whether or not the new film will see any of the original actors reprise their roles, although Butler is set to produce. The original film’s screenwriter, Kurt Wimmer (2012’s “Total Recall”), is also set to return (no director has been announced). “The Fate of the Furious” filmmaker F. Gary Gray directed the first film.

“Law Abiding Citizen” made good enough box office returns but was a critical failure, thanks in part to its bizarre twists and leaps in logic. While our own Chris Evangelista recently said the movie is a decently enjoyable film, it didn’t exactly seem like audiences were chomping at the bit for a sequel. Yet “Law Abiding Citizen” apparently did great viewership numbers when it came to Netflix last December, and the team behind the sequel are clearly confident in the new film’s vision.

Wrap Films’ Lucas Foster, who is producing, said the following in a press release:

“I am delighted to partner with Rob [Paris], Mike [Witherill] and Village Roadshow Pictures, together with my frequent creative partner Kurt Wimmer, to revisit these great characters and this compelling topic which seems even more relevant today than when we made the original film. We’re going to blow your mind … again.”

The “Law Abiding Citizen” sequel will come from Village Roadshow Pictures and Rivulet Films, with Alan Siegel, Tristen Tuckfield, and Jillian Apfelbaum set to produce alongside Paris, Witherill, Foster, Butler, and Wimmer.

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