Chris Sparling will also be returning as writer.
According to Deadline, the new film will follow on from the extinction-level event that befell the original and sees the Garrity family leave the Greenland bunker in search of new safety.
Greenland suffered from multiple release delays as a result of the pandemic and consequentially missed out on a theatrical run. It eventually released through VOD on December 18.
The film received warm reviews from critics, with many impressed by it scale and quality under a smaller budget.
“I’m shocked at how good this movie is, because on paper it looked totally stupid… Surprisingly gripping and well-done.” Wrote Christy Lemire for KPPC FilmWeek.
Barry Hertz for The Globe and Mail said: “The new movie Greenland will make you sick. And I cannot recommend it highly enough.”
“Butler’s best star vehicle in years, what could have been a bombastic bunch of boulders is, instead, a refreshingly clear-eyed and compelling affair. One of the best disaster movies in years.” Added Chris Hewitt for Empire.
Shooting for the sequel entitled ‘Greenland: Migration‘, is scheduled for next year.
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