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During the Dredd 3D panel at the London Film and Comic Con last July, screenwriter Alex Garland (28 Days Later) spoke about the possibility of developing a trilogy around 2000 Ad's iconic lawman of the future, stating that the Karl Urban-headlined reboot would need to gross over $50 million in the U.S. for him to get the green light on a sequel. Sadly, despite being well-received by fans, Dredd only managed to pull in $32.7m worldwide, but with the film now enjoying a successful home-entertainment release there's a renewed optimism that Dredd could still go on to do enough business to warrant a follow-up. Director Pete Travis certainly thinks so, but if a sequel does get the go ahead, it's unlikely he'll be heading back to Mega-City One himself.

"I don't think [I'd direct the sequel]," states Travis in an interview with MovieWeb. "I really hope there is a second one. I just feel very »

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