NEW YORK — In an interview with Variety on Friday, “Sucker Punches” star Josh Brolan said that the sequel to “Suckingsucker Punch” is coming, but he didn’t say when it would be.
Brolin played a retired detective in the original film who gets involved in a case involving a former cop who was convicted of a brutal rape and murder.
The film, which Brolin co-wrote and stars as himself, earned more than $1 billion worldwide.
Brolan is also the co-writer of the upcoming “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” TV series.
Brolan is a regular on “Bones,” the “Walking Dead” and “Gotham” TV shows, and he has a recurring role on “American Horror Story.”
He also stars in the new FX series “Criminal Minds,” which premieres in March.
Brolin is also a regular member of the cast on “Sucky,” the TV series based on the novel by the same name.
Broran has appeared in films including “The Dark Knight Rises,” “The Lord of the Rings” and the “Lord of the Ring” trilogy.