First film’s star wants another role
Director Christophe Gans (Brotherhood of the Wolf) wisely left the door open to a sequel, yet a follow-up has yet to transpire. The last rumblings of Silent Hill 2 dated back to 2007 with writer Roger Avary offering some hope for the game’s, and the film’s, fans. Then everything went, well, silent.
Last evening, I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Mitchell on the set of The Crazies in Georgia. I broached the subject of Silent Hill 2 to see if she’s heard anything new. “I think they’re kicking it around, but I don’t think Christophe is attached,” she said, “which is a shame, he’s a nutter but he’s so passionate about the game. I think he should do it if they do it again. I’m sure they will, but I’m not sure what incarnation it will be.”
Should a second chapter come along, Mitchell wants in, but not as the heroine. “I want to come back as a monster or some crazy creature,” she smiles.
The first Silent Hill grossed nearly $100 million worldwide.
Source: Ryan Rotten, Managing Editor