Alita: Battle Angel 2 is a highly demanding movie, and the franchise lovers are passionately waiting for its release. An internet group called The Alita Army has been actively campaigning for the second movie.
Alita: Battle Angel 2 is not officially confirmed. Edward Norton’s casting at a non-speaking role as Nova in this film was intended to be a setup for the sequel. Norton refused to appear at James Cameron’s Avatar 2 so that he can produce the cameo appearance in the next movie.
The director, Robert Rodriguez and producer James Cameron had always intended for Alita: Battle Angel 2 and Numerous sequels. Rodriguez is still holding out hope for the second film.
While being requested on Alita: Battle Angel 2 during an interview with Forbes, Robert Rodriguez stated, “I think anything is possible. Disney purchased Fox, and they have Disney+, which means that’s worth the dialogue. I know other folks would like to see another, and I would love to do another person. As far as it would go or how it would be made, I believe flowing has opened up many opportunities like sequels. It’s a pre-sold concept, it’s already got a built-in audience that wants to see it, and then it’s delivered to them in a way that is the simplest for them to consume. Thus, it is not a bad idea.”
The franchise fans can observe the Vengeful Alita from the (possible) upcoming Alita: Battle Angel 2 because of Hugo’s demise. The cast will include Rosa Salazar as Alita, Jennifer Connelly as Dr. Chiren, Ed Skrein as Zapan, Keean Johnson as Hugo, Christoph Waltz as Dr. Dyson Ido, Jackie Earle Haley as Grewishka and Mahershala Ali as Vector.
“I’d play Alita till my very last breath. I’d, and due to the performance capture technology, I probably could,” Rosa Salazar said. However, Christoph Waltz (who was seen as Dr. Dyson) in the first movie, said in April 2020 that he did not hear any talks regarding a possible sequel to this film.