Nobody 2: Everything we know

You’re not the only one who can’t wait to learn more about Nobody 2; here’s all we currently know about Bob Odenkirk’s follow-up, including any updated release dates.

Hardcore Henry, released in 2015, marked Ilya Naishuller’s debut in the action genre, but Nobody, released in 2021, really thrilled aficionados of the style.

In collaboration with David Leitch, the co-director of the John Wick franchise, and the stunt firm 87/Eleven, Nobody unleashed a lethal version of Bob Odenkirk that had never been seen by the public.

Nobody 2 will drop us back into the world of assassination once more, so here’s everything we know so far about the sequel.

Is there a Nobody 2 release date?

Nobody 2 doesn’t have a release date – but at the earliest, it’ll be out in 2025.

Speaking to Collider, producer Kelly McCormick earlier revealed plans for Nobody 2 to enter production in 2023. “We hope to make it next year, so fingers crossed,” she said.

“So our theory is you don’t need to make a good sequel just to make a sequel. We need to make a great sequel. And so it’s about making sure that we get it right. And if we do, I think there’s a lot of hope that we can go next year.”

Although the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes prevented any more progress last year, Connie Nielsen says it’s unquestionably in the works.

David Leitch claims that Nobody 2 is still in the early phases of scriptwriting and that the film is in its early stages of development.

“I had a blast, the actors had a blast, the studio loved the results, and it’s happening,” Leitch told Collider.

Leitch continued, “I think we all want to go back and play in that universe and see Bob bring that character to life again.”

Leitch said, “I think that movie is going to happen,” to The Hollywood Reporter. Bob, the studio, the producers, Derek Kolstad, and us all have the will. Therefore, I would put your money on it that we are actively developing it.

It’s unknown when shooting on Nobody 2 will start because Odenkirk is also scheduled to feature in Normal, a brand-new action thriller directed by Ben Wheatley and scripted by Leitch.

Nobody 2 cast: Who will be in it?

Although the cast of Nobody 2 is still being finalized, it is anticipated that Bob Odenkirk from Better Call Saul will return to play Hutch Mansell. As his wife Becca, Connie Nielsen will also make a comeback.

Christopher Lloyd and RZA, who play Hutch’s brother and father, David and Harry Mansell, could return in Nobody 2.

After the brutal climax of the 2021 sleeper hit, the Russian Mob was probably following Hutch, so we may expect to see someone step up to take Aleksei Serebryakov’s villainous role.

Is there a Nobody 2 trailer?

There isn’t a trailer for Nobody 2 yet, but we’ll share it here as soon as it appears online.

In the meantime, revisit the first film’s incredible bus fight below:

Nobody 2 plot: What will it be about?

We’re still waiting on official narrative specifics, but Nobody 2 is starting to build some steam behind the scenes. However, Bob Odenkirk stated to Empire in February that a story had already taken form before David Leitch officially announced Nobody 2 would go forward.

“Universal has been very upbeat and welcoming,” said Odenkirk. I’ve spoken with Derek [Kolstad] about stories. Although we’re working on it, it’s not a certainty yet. Yes, I believe the indications to be telling.

John Wick fans will recognize the name Derek Kolstad, as the screenwriter wrote the first three chapters of the Keanu Reeves-led franchise.

Will Nobody 2 crossover with John Wick?

David Leitch produces the John Wick series and Nobody using his skilled stunt crew, 87/Eleven. There are clear parallels between the two franchises since Hutch and Wick both work in shadowy killing environments supported by enigmatic leadership, ethics, and money.

Even though Hutch’s universe is a little more grounded than Wick’s spectacularly wild heights, fans and filmmakers are nonetheless wondering whether a crossover may occur.

Ilya Naishuller, the director of Nobody, stated to IndieWire in March 2021, “I love when people ask, ‘Is it the same universe?'”

“Well, I’m not allowed to say anything,” I say. However, you may consider the feasibility of conducting a crossover by looking at which studio produced which film, Naishuller said.

The filmmaker went on, “Anything is possible.” Undoubtedly, stranger things have occurred.

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