Paul Feig, whose Netflix film The School for Good and Evil ended on a cliffhanger, discussed his ideas for a potential sequel. Director Paul Feig has released a teaser trailer for a sequel to The School for Good and Evil. The School for Good and Evil, based on a series of novels by Soman Chainani, was adapted by David Magee into a film for Netflix.
Outcasts Agatha (Sophia Wylie) and Sophie (Sophia Anne Caruso) uncover a wonderful fantasy land that teaches the next generation the good and evil of fairy tales; the film features an all-star cast including Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Laurence Fishburne, and Peter Serafinowicz.
Ending on a huge cliffhanger, The School for Good and Evil is an excellent read. When Agatha (Wylie) and Sophie (Caruso) are separated, Agatha is sent to the School for Good (the “Evers”), while Sophie is sent to the School for Evil (the “Nevers”). On the other hand, the two decide they need to break free and vanquish Rafal as a united front (Kit Young).
Rafal is defeated, but the couple barely makes it back to their own planet, where they are forced to live apart from their new allies. But their future is jeopardized when Tedros (Jamie Flatters) opens a gate through the vortex between worlds. Cate Blanchett’s narration implies a sequel is in the works when she says, “This was merely the beginning.”
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Now, Feig has teased his thoughts for a sequel to The School for Good and Evil in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly. Although Feig knows he cannot adapt the entire first novel into the film, he is committed to continuing the tale in the same direction as it is written. Take a look at what Feig has to say regarding a hypothetical sequel down below:
What Could School For Good And Evil 2 Be About?
The tale of The School for Good and Evil 2 covers six books, so there is a plenty of information to go into. It appears from Feig’s response that the plot will proceed in a manner consistent with the second novel.
In contrast to the second novel in the series, in which Agatha is responsible for opening the gate between realms, Tedros does it towards the end of the film. In the second volume of The School for Good and Evil series, titled A World without Princes, Agatha and Sophie have returned home to live out their “regular” lives, despite Agatha’s profound regret over the way her “happy ending” played out.
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The second installment of The School for Good and Evil should, however, delve deeper into the protagonists’ dislike of “regular” life in Gavaldon and the motivations for their desire to visit the magical kingdoms of Good and Evil. The story depicts a fantastical universe in which witches and princes, as well as warlocks and princesses, form unexpected connections with one another.
Tedros and Agatha’s romance would most likely carry on in the sequel, which could lead them back to the fantastical realm they first met in. Whatever the case may be, Sophie and Agatha will need to work together once more to protect the magical realm they’ve come to call home from an evil force. Some clarification on whether or not The School for Good and Evil 2 will continue the plot for fans is hopefully on the horizon.
The School For Good And Evil 2 Potential Release Date
There has been no word from Netflix on whether or not there will be a sequel to the fantasy film. As for the second half, if the film’s success is any indication, it’s not out of the question at all. Although a sequel to the film would likely not take as much time to produce, its production duration was lengthy. With Netflix’s history of rapid-fire sequel releases, a follow-up to The School for Good and Evil within the next year or two isn’t out of the question.
Who Could We See In A Potential Sequel To The Film School For Good And Evil?
In the past, both Agatha and Sophie, played by Sofia Wylie and Sophia Anne Caruso, respectively, have expressed desire to return to their respective roles. “I would love to make another one of these movies and many, many more,” Wylie said to PopSugar. In terms of the supporting cast, we’re crossing our fingers that Jamie Flatters, Kerry Washington, Cate Blanchett, and Charlize Theron all return to perform their wonderful parts once again.
Is There A The School For Good And Evil 2 Trailer?
Unfortunately, Netflix has not released any trailers for The School for Good and Evil 2, but we will keep you posted as soon as any become available.