it’s been 10 years real Steel Hit Theatre. However, the Hugh Jackman film made a slight comeback during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, gaining popularity again amid national boredom. Now, the cast reunites in celebration of the action flick’s decade of existence, discussing its streaming popularity and whether there will be a sequel.
‘Real Steel’ made top 10 on Netflix in September 2021
reel steel Hugh Jackman stars as washed-up boxer Charlie Kenton. However, the world of boxing has changed, and Charlie watches with awe as giant robots take over the sport.
Charlie winds up again with Max (Dakota Goyo), his estranged child, and devises a plan to return to the game. Together with Bailey (played by Evangeline Lilly), the daughter of Charlie’s former coach, they will rehabilitate the broken bot for the ring.
It was not the biggest film of 2011. However, its immense emotional appeal is enduring for fans of Shawn Levy. transformer-esque adventure. apart from this, real Steel Hitting Netflix’s Top 10 in September, proving that true-hearted movies never lose their audiences.
in one Entertainment Weekly Fresh from the success of the interview, director Sean Levy, published in October 2021 free guy, discussed the rapid rise in popularity of the film. He admitted that he was surprised by the recent success on Netflix.
“It was weird and thrilling,” Levy told EW. “I sent two texts. One was for Hugh, the other was [Steven] Spielberg, who was one of the producers of the film. I’m like, ‘Somehow we’re trending on Netflix.’ I have made films that have made more money, but I don’t know that we have made a film that has garnered love over a longer period of time, consistently. “
Hugh Jackman says he doesn’t believe in ‘sequels’
In all the most important ways, real Steel Work done; And it demanded a sequel. It was a little sleeper hit. Moreover, its fan base is extremely loyal. However, the cast and crew of the film said that this was never going to happen.
“The sequels never happened because I don’t believe in them,” Jackman told the magazine with a laugh. “I’ve never done a sequel, it’s not at all, I don’t believe it should be part of an actor’s career.”
However, Levy said that he created a “bible” of robotic boxing. “It would probably be helpful if I ever succumbed to endless requests for sequels,” he said. “We made a whole history of robot boxing, of G1s, of sparring ‘bots, how they evolve. Not even that we took it seriously. We thought it was really cool.”
Sans sequel, the success of the stand-alone robot movie, is even more “cool” — and endearing.
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