For all those that enjoyed the first, there's now the inevitable sequel to look forward to. Maybe they'll improve upon the art style and story this time?
Comingsoon.net has an article with the director of the original Silent Hill movie, Christophe Gans, on his plans for a sequel. He seems very keen on the idea, and he also makes critques of the original and hopes to fix them out for the second movie, if it happens. However, the Onimusha movie, and other work, could hamper work on the next Silent Hill movie.
"There will be a Silent Hill 2. [Roger] Avary returns after adapting the VG Driver.
Gans is happy because Silent Hill is one of the biggest horror success of 2006 in terme of box-office. He arrives 3rd after Saw 3 and an american haunting.
One of his goals for Silent Hill 2 is to correct mistakes he made with the 1st one which cost him a lot of energy. However, he wonders if he can truly come back for a 2nd movie because of Onimusha. He says that if he doesn't come back, producers agree with him that the 2nd movie should keep the visual aspect of the 1st one. There is no way they are bringing a whole new vision of the town's design. He doesn't want a hollywoodian movie. If he doesn't come back as a director, he strongly suggest an European (and even a French) one. He will however stay close to this movie.
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