David Twohy Talks the Evolution of the Franchise, Returning to R-Rated Territory, Going to Underverse in Further Sequels, and More on the Set of RIDDICK

During a group interview on the set of Riddick, writer-director David Twohy explained that even though this is the third film in the franchise, you don’t need to have seen Pitch Black or The Chronicles of Riddick: "Certainly it does play in a gratifying way as a standalone movie, but there are threads that we continue to sew into the fabric of this movie as well, that we started sewing in previous movies and will continue to sew in future movies. It is kind of a standalone movie, but if you came to it fresh you would probably be perplexed by a couple of the beats. But I’d rather have them interested, either perplexed and interested rather than over-explaining everything, we’re not into over-explaining our things." READ MORE...


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