We’ve heard before that “District 10” would tackle “a theme in American history” without a thorough explanation of what it means. When Sharlto Copley says “there’s a timing issue with what’s going on sociopolitically,” it could mean anything, but it again makes me wonder if the idea do they say the sequel has anything to do with America’s racial history. This will go along with the first film, which uses the term “shrimp” as a sort of racial symbol for an oppressed alien species in a racist slum in Johannesburg, South Africa. , where Neill Blomkamp was born. Copley’s character, the Wikus official, learns a bit of empathy for the shrimp when he begins to transform into a shrimp.
Writing about his birthplace is one thing, but with all that has happened in US politics the past few years, perhaps Blomkamp – who now holds Canadian citizenship – doesn’t feel the time is right to do so. someone with an outsider’s point of view gets in the way of such an issue. minefields. If that’s the case, there’s no telling when things will cool off, and it feels like the longtime “District 10” may have missed out on a narrow chance of success for the “District 9” sequel. “. That said, for every belated sequel that isn’t as well-received as “Sin City: Dame to Kill for,” there’s going to be a critically and commercially critically acclaimed one, such as “Top Gun: Maverick.”
While “District 10” may well become a legacy sequel by the time we see it, “Prey” is another recent movie that shows you can still resurrect a dead property and bring it back to life. New life into it if you have the right idea. See you here in two years to discuss the development of “District 10” again…
https://www.slashfilm.com/983294/the-long-wait-for-neill-blomkamps-district-10-will-be-even-longer-to-time-it-right/ The long wait for Neill Blomkamp’s 10th arrondissement will be even longer to ‘right time’