10 years after its first film, Zombieland: Double Tap hit theaters to a great deal of praise from the public. But, even though it took them this long to get a grip and finally launch the film, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick may not be through with Zombieland just yet.
The two creators came up with the idea of a third entry, allegedly, because of Woody Harrelson turned to them and said they should “do the next one on an island”, according to TheWrap. The idea coming forward because they were in the middle of shooting in Atlanta during a cold day.
“We were in Atlanta shooting and it was cold and Woody [Harrelson] was like, we should do the next one on an island.”
He went on to say everyone enjoyed the idea and, in what we can only assume as a joke, tied in Fiji water into the mix.
“‘Fiji Water’s Zombieland 3’ is what we should call it.”
Of course, this name has to be a joke, but the entire idea of a third Zombieland isn’t that hard to consider. But, that being said, they aren’t putting any focus on another sequel, rather crossing their fingers (and toes) that the sequel does well, which by the looks of it, the public likes it.
Zombieland: Double Tap is in theaters now.