American Author Ernest Cline said that Ready Player One Film’s Sequel is in early stages.

According to American writer Ernest Cline, a film adaptation of Ready Player Two is in early development. His original novel was released in 2011. Steven Spielberg then made Ready Player one film that based on this novel. The film was released in 2018. It was a sci fi film. The film had a circulation of 580 million dollars at the box office, although the film received a mixed process. Ready Player one had a budget of $ 175 million. The domestic collection of this film was around 140 million.

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The popularity of Ready Player One increased among people when Ernest Cline was about to complete the sequel Ready Player Two. The novel was announced by Cline in 2015. After the release of the film, the requisition of its second part had increased significantly for the fans. After 2018, its novelist has now said that the work to adaptation of the novel on the film screen is in its early stages. Ernest Cline said that-

It’s in the early stages right now, especially since Hollywood is in limbo right now. But I can tell from the experience of making the first movie that everybody had a lot of fun.

Ready Player Two film’s Cast and Director.

However Warner Bros. Studios has not yet officially announced Ready Player Two film. Whether Steven Spielberg will return to direct its sequel is not known yet. According to some reports, Steven Spielberg helped Cline in writing Ready Player Two. It may be that Spielberg returns to direct the film, so that he can handle things according to himself. Ready Player One film star T Sheridan is also expected to work in the sequel, while Olivia Cook confirmed that she is also contracted for only one film. It remains to be seen if Ready Player Two is actually made.

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