A 'Sky High' Sequel Is Possible According To Writer
Disney's live-action superhero flick Sky High is celebrating its 15th anniversary and one of the film's writers, Mark McCorkle, said that a sequel is always a possibility.
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In a recent interview with Inverse, McCorkle said that with the emergence of the Disney+ streaming service, a Sky High 2 isn't out of question, especially if fans are eager to see it go down. "To me, it's a very natural fit for Disney+, and over the years we always thought maybe a sequel could happen one of these days," he explained.
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He added: "There was always a belief that this was a rich enough world to keep going with new ideas. At least [Director] Mike [Mitchell] seems to believe it. I guess if the film still has that same affection of people watching it and streaming it on Disney+, who knows. Maybe if the people speak, their wishes will be answered."
The 2005 cult classic revolves around the story of teenagers with superpowers who attend the prestigious Sky High. Their fate is then decided whether they're hero or sidekick material. The film starred Michael Angarano, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Danielle Panabaker, Steven Strait, Kurt Russell and the late Kelly Preston.