Since a sequel has not been formally greenlit, there is no release date for Coraline 2. A sequel, on the other hand, isn’t completely off the table.
Watchmen, District 9, Jennifer’s Body, 17 Again, as well as Avatar, are really just a few of the 2009 movies that people remember fondly.
Some, on the other hand, would unanimously name Coraline as their favourite movie of the year.
This American stop-motion cartoon, helmed by Henry Selick, combined horror and fantasy thrills alongside family-friendly amusement, resulting in a picture that many consider being exceptional even now.
Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Keith David, John Hodgman, Robert Bailey Jr., and Ian McShane were among the voice actors that participated.
It became something of a cult picture since its premiere, but as is typical among cult movies, there have always been rumours and expectations for a successor.
As you would be aware, the movie is based on Neil Gaiman’s 2002 novel of the same title, although the 60-year-old English writer ever wrote any Coraline novel.
“Please create Coraline 2 …,” a fan wrote in March 2021. Come onnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn So, as things stand, there’s no reason to expect a Coraline sequel – either in print or on-screen – unless the author himself has come up with a concept he’s happy to explore.
There’s been a recent uptick in interest, which is most probably due to fan-made posters spreading on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Some have misinterpreted the posters as a hint that a sequel has indeed been formally announced, thanks to fans of the original film distributing them.
Beyond Neil’s position, ScreenRant points out that there were other reasons for supporters to not be overly optimistic. Laika produced the 2009 film, which was the studio’s debut feature, and that in a 2016 interview, president and CEO Travis Knight ruled out sequels to either of its films.