Its been a very long time when the teen comedy movie Superbad land in the theaters. It is considered the best comedy film of the 2000s. It was also the highest-grossing film in the box at that time. For many years, fans are asking for a sequel of Superbad. They really want to know if it is happening or not. Also, the writer and the star of the comedy movie Seth Rogen also opened up about the sequel, so keep reading to know everything about it:
Is Superbad 2 Happening?
Unfortunately, there is no announcement made till now for the sequel of teen comedy movie Superbad. Even the teenagers also love to watch this movie and it is expanding its fan base day by day. Everyone is demanding a sequel for the film and Superbad also has a potential for a possible spinoff.
But we don’t think a sequel of Superbad will happen ever. Below is the real reason for the sequel not happening.
Seth Rogen On Superbad 2
The writer of the original film Superbad Seth Rogen recently opened up if the sequel is happening or not. Rogan has said that Superbad is that movie for which he never wanted a sequel to happen. He made this revelation during an interview with Ladbible. Rogen that he’s very much proud of Superbad and he doesn’t want to touch it like he doesn’t want to ruin it.
Source: Slant Magazine
In the end, he just said that the fans now have to settle for just one movie. So we have to, unfortunately, say that we will not get a sequel of the teen comedy movie Superbad.
The teen comedy movie Superbad released in the theaters back in 2007. It is penned by
Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg and directed by Greg Mottola. It is produced by Judd Apatow
and Shauna Robertson. It tells the story of two high school seniors who are forced to deal with separation anxiety after their intention to stage a party goes awry.
It cast stars like Jonah Hill as Seth, Casey Margolis as Young Seth, Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Fogell (McLovin), Michael Cera as Evan, Seth Rogen as Officer Michaels, Bill Hader as Officer Slater, Emma Stone as Jules, Laura Marano as Young Becca, Martha MacIsaac as Becca, Aviva Baumann as Nicola, Joe Lo Truglio as Francis, and Kevin Corrigan as Mark.