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'Mamma Mia! ' Sequel director Al Parker teases future of movie franchise

Sounds like Mamma Mia! It’s Here Again director Ol Parker may be ready to take a risk in a music franchise.

Parker, at the helm of Universal Pictures 1127318 Director Phyllida Lloyd Sequel to Hit Mamma Mia! , Tell Screen Rant In a

interview published online Saturday, producer Jodie Kramer has been planning a trilogy of films. Craymer contributed to both films as well as the eponymous jukebox musical centered on ABBA, which was the basis for the first film and has since Screenings on the West End and Broadway.

“Judy Craymer, the talented producer behind the musical and the first two films, has been planning it as a trilogy,” Parker joked. “That’s all I can say. The first one made a lot of money, and I think we made a lot of money too.”

The Ticket to Paradise The filmmaker continued, “I know there’s a third yearning, and I know she has a plan. Wouldn’t it be cute?”

Mamma Mia! Here we go again bringing back such actors from the first film as Meryl Streep , Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Dominic Cooper and Christine Baranski, as well as new players including Lily James and Cher.

In her to The Hollywood Reporter review, film critic Leslie Felperin noted that the sequel’s choice of ABBA tunes was less compelling than the first: “In fact, the film’s biggest failure is most of its score, the engine that drives it, is made up of too many actual B-sides, or at least the lesser-known tune Ulvaeus from the later catalog of Benny Anderson and Bjorn, two Swedish singer-songwriters who composed 609 One half of pop quartet ABBA.”

Here We Go Again collected $609 million dollars worldwide, well below Movies for $609 cents worldwide.




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