Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas on Tuesday announced the sequel to her recently released superhero film We Can Be Heroes.
Written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, the film is a spin-off of his The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lovegirl in the 3-D and Spy Kids franchise. It was released in the US on Christmas Day 2020 on Netflix.
The dreamer said that the film could have We Can in 44 million homes based on service in the first 28 days.
Chopra Jonas said the film had developed on Netflix, with Rodriguez making a comeback.
Launch of Heroic Headquarters: 44 Million Families In Our First 4 Weeks Will Have Suited Us For Can Be Hoes !! And… breaking news: Nayak is coming back for round two. The sequel is under development with @rodriguez and @Netflix! #WeCanBeHeroes, she wrote.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix counts viewership based on only two minutes of viewing time by a subscriber.
The 2020 Christmas week – running from December 25 to December 31 – was the largest on-record service for a single week, year-over-year, measured by both total view hours and average view hours per customer during each period was.
Believed as an action-adventure, We Can Be Heroes introduces Chopra Jonas as a group of children who team up to save the planet and their superhero parents who are abducted by aliens is.
Rodriguez, also known for directing films such as Mexico Trilogy – El Mariachi, Desprado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico – and Alita: Battle Angel, has also produced the film.
Apart from Chopra Jonas, the film also stars Pedro Pascal, Christian Slater, Boyd Holbrook, Sung Kang and veteran actor Christopher Macdonald.
Child actors Akira Akbar, Nathan Blair, Andrew Diaz, Andy Walken and Halla Finale are also part of the cast.
Chopra Jonas is currently filming here for Text for You.