Wheatley is maybe the best decision to take the establishment in the direction it needs to head. After substantiating himself as an amazing filmmaker, with any semblance of Kill List and Free Fire demonstrating his skill for classification mixing, Wheatley can assist with settling The Meg’s biggest issue around its absence of concentration. With the thumbs up from Alten on the reported more obscure tones of the script, and Wheatley hinting at huge action and potential multiple megalodons in the continuation, the film is by all accounts in safe hands. No official delivery date for Meg 2: The Trench presently can’t seem to be announced
An ancient shark comes to UK shores next week when Meg 2: The Trench starts filming. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Ben Wheatley, the monster film will see both Jason Statham and Li Bingbing repeat their The Meg jobs. While little is known about Meg 2’s plot, it will continue to follow author Steve Alten’s science fiction thriller series, zeroing in on the subsequent book, The Trench. Despite somewhat average audits, The Meg was a business achievement and acquired itself a devoted fanbase, with both loathsomeness and sci-fi fans commending the film as fun but imperfect.
Shared by KFTV, Meg 2: The Trench will start filming next week. While The Meg was filmed in hotter climates, shooting in Auckland, New Zealand, the film’s spin-off will start at Warner Bros Studios Leavesden in the UK. Shooting is intended to continue until May, utilizing the studio’s two water tanks.