A sequel to Disney-Pixar’s Brave could be in the future…that is if the filmmakers can find the right storyline. Mark Andrews, the director of Disney-Pixar’s Brave has already expressed interest in doing another film, and would like to add a host of new characters and other Scottish actors to the line-up including Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson and Kevin McKidd.
The director also stated the “Scottish humor” in the original film was lost on American audiences, who only understood around half of the jokes.
According to Scotsman.com, Andrews was speaking during a visit to Glasgow to kick off a two-week mentoring project for students from across Scotland when he said the following:
“If we got the right story it would be fun – to get the gang back together again, add a few more new characters and find out what other Scottish talents are out there that might want to do a animated fun. I don’t know if there will be another one. We never make a film at Pixar to have a sequel.”
It’s interesting to note that initially, Pixar made it a point of never doing sequels. However, that practice went out the window when the company was bought by Disney.
What do you think of a Brave sequel?