First of all, it seems that there is certainly interest on the part of David Leitch to return as a director and for Charlize Theron to repeat her lead role. It’s hard to imagine what the stylish “Atomic Blonde” would have looked like without one or the other, but it’s a sure bet that – all things being equal – both Leitch and Theron will be an integral part of the sequel. As Leitch has previously said: “I was a renter on that film, but at the end of the day, Kelly McCormick — my producing partner and my wife — will be sure to be involved as a producer. That’s how I got the concert in the first place. We’ll see. “
Finding out the casting situation is a little more difficult. Sofia Boutella portrayed Delphine Lasalle in “Atomic Blonde,” a rookie undercover French agent who found herself trapped in a much larger situation as her paths crossed Theron’s Lorraine Broughton. Delphine serves an important plot purpose as the two enter into a passionate sexual relationship … but in the end she is killed without ceremony by David Percival (James McAvoy) and will obviously not appear in the sequel as a result. Nor does McAvoy’s Percival, who is eventually killed by a revenge-driven Lorraine.
This is possible if Theron is not likely to return in a sequel with a brand new cast of supporting roles. There’s definitely a way forward for “Atomic Blonde” to become the next big action franchise along with similar ones like “John Wick.” But each journey begins with a single step, which in this case would be “Atomic Blonde 2.”
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