Lionsgate’s survival thriller “Fall” is set to become a full-on franchise as production company Capstone Studios has greenlit two sequels to the film.

The first film’s director and co-writer Scott Mann will return in those capacities on the third film, and will produce both. The films will reportedly be direct sequels, thus will bring back surviving original characters from the first film.

Released last year, “Fall” starred Grace Caroline Currey (“Shazam! Fury of the Gods”) and Virginia Gardner (“Gaslit”) as friends who scale and then get stuck up a 2,000-foot radio tower in the desert.

Made on a $5 million budget, the film grossed close to $22 million at the box-office before a successful VOD release. Then it hit Netflix internationally in January where it scored Top 10 rankings in multiple territories and was a word-of-mouth success.

Mann says in a statement: “I am thrilled to be continuing the Fall journey and taking it to the next level. We’ve got a really special cinematic experience planned and I’m immensely grateful to my fellow producers for backing the vision. I’m also excited to be working with new collaborators as well as reuniting with the original gang, and obviously can’t wait to be back filming thousands of feet up.”

Mark Lane, James Harris, Christian Mercuri and David Haring return as producers. Filming on the first of the sequels will begin in June.

Source: THR

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