That's right everyone. An actor is voicing his concern about a possible sequel and he's actually using some reasoning behind it.
Woody Harrelson spoke to Total Film about a sequel to Zombieland. The script is once again written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Ruben Fleischer may return to direct, but he's busy with other projects at the moment.
So, what did the actor have to say about Zombieland 2? "I'm sure it will happen if everyone does it, but I'm not sure it's the right thing to do," he said, going on to add: "It's one thing to do it when it came out real good and it made a lot of people laugh, but then to do a sequel... 99 out of 100 are worse by a lot. So I don't know."
Oh, and one more thing, "I don't feel like a sequels guy."
Okay, so Harrelson is a bit grumpy about sequels. Does that mean he's out? Nah. Does that mean he's in? That's not confirmed. But I'm sure once he sees the script (maybe he has, maybe he hasn't) and a bunch of money is thrown his way, perhaps he's attitude on sequels will change.
Source: Total Film