The 2nd season of ‘Chucky’ came to an end on the last day November 23 and has already left fans yearning for more episodes.
In a recent interview with ComicBook.comthe creator Don Mancini commented on the future of the franchise and what the next production cycle has in store for audiences. And yes, he is already developing the third season.
“It’s an interesting hook that we left it at that, because now these kids know how to deal with Chucky. […] So we basically have these characters, who have aged as children and also as survivors of Chucky. They know the truth. They must have a more solid offense than before now. I think this was a really fun place to bring them.”he counts.
Previously, Mancini spoke about the possibility of sending Chucky into space, leading us to believe that he is not ruling out the idea.
“I never felt like there was a limit to what I could do with Chucky. He’s a very versatile character and fits into many tones and genres – be it horror, comedy or a mixture of both. I believe the character is complex enough to go anywhere…even space. Although I gave this idea as a joke, I believe it would make a fun movie.”
He completes, “When [as franquias de terror] send their villains into space, it’s usually an indication that they’ve gone too far. But who wouldn’t want to see Chucky in a little astronaut suit?”
The second season featured the return of Brad Dourif like Chucky’s voice, Jennifer Tilly like the iconic and psychotic Tiffany, Zachary Arthur as Jake Wheeler, Björgvin Arnarson as Devon Evans, Alyvia Alyn Lind como Lexy Cross, Alex Vincent como Andy Barclay, Christine Elise like Kyle, Fiona Dourif like Nica, Barbara Alyn Woods like Mayor Michelle Cross and Devon Sawa as a new character.
Lachlan Watson (‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’) plays Glen/Glenda.