Greg McLean Talks Wolf Creek 2

Greg McLean Talks Wolf Creek 2Now that we know that Wolf Creek 2 is becoming a reality with star John Jarratt back to cause more mayhem, we’ve all been wondering exactly how everything in this sequel will be going down. Time to shed a little light on things.

Bloody Disgusting caught up with filmmaker Greg McLean, and the writer/director dropped the following on fans:

We’ve got a way to go, but we’re hoping to get into production next year. It’s been on the drawing board for a few years now, and we’ve finally cracked a killer script (excuse the pun),” he jokes. “I really felt we had to wait to get that right in order to find a way into the story and at the same time maintain the rules and logic of the first movie. It’s important for the film I think that its link to reality and the true crime genre is never lost, as that’s what it’s all about. And that’s what we’re focusing on – capturing the realism behind these kind of horrific events and crimes that have actually taken place in the Outback.

It’s a massive canvas for terror out there – and the new movie will be taking full advantage of that scope and terrifying, epic scale. That, and of course, Mick Taylor scaring the living shit out of the audience!”

Bring it on! Look for more on this one soon.

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  1. Wasn’t a huge fan of the first, but John Jarrett is all kinds of awesome and I LOVE McLean’s ROUGE, so I’ll watch this.

  2. Ugh. A sequel. No thank you.
    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

    • I’m with Terminal. The only aspect that would cause an increased interest with me is if I knew there would be a much higher body count. Oh yeah,and get a little creativity with the kills.

      I have to return some video tapes.

      • Or how about a movie that’s entertaining and not just stupid torture porn painted to feel like foreign arthouse? At least “Rogue” was good.
        “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

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