According to insider Daniel Richtman, the third film in the “Man in the Dark” franchise is already in development.
The second film showed the blind man as the protagonist of the story, turning him into an antihero (unlike the first film, where he is a villain).
The third film is still in its early stages, possibly awaiting the outcome of the second film at the box office to get the green light to exit the role.
Although hampered by the rise of the new COVID variant, the sequel has managed to raise $ 35.9 million globally, on a budget of $ 15 million.
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The sequel takes place years after the initial and deadly invasion of your home; when Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang) lives in a haven of tranquility until the sins of his past take their toll.
The box office hit, “The Man in the Dark,” released in 2016, cost just $ 9.9 million and grossed $ 157 million worldwide.
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