The Nightmare Before Christmas followers shouldn’t expect a sequel… in any respect.
The fan-favorite stop-motion animated film simply turned 30 years outdated this previous Friday the thirteenth, and is at present replaying in theaters!
In a current interview, the director of the movie, Henry Selick, spoke out concerning the potentialities of a sequel, and he shared an thought he has for a prequel.
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The lengthy course of of making the stop-motion animation wouldn’t deter Henry from making a sequel, however he thinks it’s “an ideal film [that] got here out of the right time, solely to develop into one thing far larger over time,” he tells People.
“I believe Tim [Burton] particularly appears like, why mess with that?” Henry continues. “He actually doesn’t want to earn more money from a sequel. He has had so many different successes, and to this point no one’s give you an awesome thought for a sequel. And I nonetheless assume that Tim will get to determine. I don’t assume there’s any thought that may persuade him.”
Nevertheless, Henry does have an thought for a prequel.
“It could be extra fascinating to do a prequel,” he shared. “There could be a extra fascinating story there about how Jack turned the King of Halloweentown.”
Round this time final 12 months, Henry opened up about people crediting Tim Burton because the director…