Power Project, a movie by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman is based on and revolves around the characters of a drug dealer, a police officer, and a soldier who get together in an alliance to stop the production and distribution of a pill that gives temporary superpowers for about five minutes.
The movie stars Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Dominique Fishback. Along with them, we also see Colson Baker, Rodrigo Santoro, Amy Landecker, and Allen Maldonado. The movie was released on 14th August 2020 and had a budget of about 8.51 Crores USD.
About ‘Power Project 2’.
We might not be seeing a lot of the cast members return, maybe Frank. Since the story is wrapped in New Orleans, it would not be easy to move to another city while keeping it in continuity and also keep Frank.
Although it seems like the story is pretty much over for him (Art) and his daughter. However, there might be a possibility that they’d want more pills and they’d want Tracy for it.
But it should also be taken into consideration that Art is just one of the many soldiers that were experimented on. This also implies that there could be several kids existing who may possess similar naturally-granted superpowers like Tracy.
Incase a sequel does come up, it would only seem apt to start with a new city and a new cast. Since it is also possible that the pills may end up someplace else. There’s also the mystery around the Matriarch who got away with a briefcase full of power.
Lastly, let us also not forget, with our previous experiences with action movies, we know that if one person from the big bad company ends up dead, instead of the company dying, new ones come up like Hydra.
When can ‘Project Power 2’ be expected?
The directors as of yet have neither hinted nor confirmed of a sequel. Although they have said that they will consider a sequel in case the fans ask for it. He also said that maybe if the fans start a Reddit chat threat about it, they might even think about a sequel.
Well, you best believe the chat thread has already started.
Also, watch the trailer of Project Power Below.
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