We won't hold back on anything when we say the film adaptation of "Need for Speed" was one of the worst game-to-movie carryovers we have ever seen. But there are a few who actually liked the movie, and the big news for them now is that a sequel to the original movie is already in the works, according to reports.
According to a Variety report, the sequel, in works between EA and China Movie Channel (the co-production company also responsible for "Transformers: Age of Extinction"), quoting the China Movie Channel Program Center, Jiaflix Enterprises and 1905 Pictures, stated that the movie will be shot in China.
In fact, it was revealed that the sequel will offer bigger and major roles to several actors from the region. The movie's production will begin later this year, if the film's rights are secured from Dreamworks.
That the China Movie Channel is investing on the movie is no big deal after the first one was considered a big box office draw and claimed some $66 million, overall.
As of now, we have no idea what the new movie's plot will be like, although anything they produce this time, we are sure, will easily surpass what they produced the last time around. We have our fingers crossed!