After a handful of release date changes, Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno was finally unleashed into Stateside theaters last year, and it made for a gruesome breath of fresh amid all the paranormal fare that is currently dominating the landscape of theatrical horror. Will we ever see a sequel? Indeed we will!
As reported by The Wrap this week, Roth is currently developing a follow-up to his Cannibal Holocaust-inspired flick, though the outlet provided no further details about the sequel. Last we heard a few years back, Nicolas Lopez would be directing the film, to be titled Beyond the Green Inferno, though it’s very possible those plans changed.
Stay tuned for more as we learn it!
In The Green Inferno, a group of student activists travel to South America on the trip of a lifetime to help save a tribe in danger of extinction. Disaster strikes when the plane they are traveling in crashes into the Amazon jungle and they are taken hostage by the natives that they had intended to protect. The group face a harrowing struggle to escape the tribe they’ve been brutally captured by, witnessing the ritualistic murders of their friends and eventually turning on each other in order to survive.