Things were looking quite bleak for Radha Mitchell at the end of the 2006 video game adaptation Silent Hill.
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