Belfast Telegraph

No Sucker Punch sequel for Browning

Emily Browning has cast doubts over a possible Sucker Punch sequel.

The Australian actress, who starred in Zack Snyder's action adventure alongside Vanessa Hudgens, Abbie Cornish, Jamie Chung and Jena Malone, reckoned there will not be a follow-up.

"I don't think so, just because in terms of the ending. It wouldn't really make sense for there to be a sequel. Almost everyone dies," she said.

"I think we all had a deal from the beginning that a sequel will only happen if it involves all the characters - I think it's in all of our contracts - and that's not really possible."

Emily - whose new film Sleeping Beauty is in cinemas now - admitted she isn't a fan of sequels.

"Even though I had so much fun working on that film, I have never really wanted to be a part of anything that would have a possible sequel, because I get bored really easily and I have a short attention span," she continued.

"So I want to keep moving forward. The idea of going back to a character that I've already done doesn't particularly appeal to me."

She also revealed that Zack Snyder has kept her in the dark about the Superman reboot.

"I've tried to get information from him and he is not giving anything up at all. He's very good at keeping quiet while laughing off the questions," she said, adding: "He hasn't asked me about a role actually. I don't think there are any appropriate characters for me."


From Belfast Telegraph