Why we won’t get a sequel


Talking to Digital espionage after the film’s release in 2019, director Sergio Pablos discussed the original purpose behind “Klaus” and that any subsequent stories would not come from him but instead the audience. fake. “The idea has always been to end the movie by putting our version of Santa at the audience’s feet and saying, ‘And this is where your Santa starts,” Pablos said. “We wanted to make sure we weren’t interfering with your own experience of Santa but offering a possible explanation of how we got there.”

The film tells the story of a postman assigned to a lonely town in the North, where he befriends a reclusive baker. In the end, Klaus mysteriously gives up his life to be with his wife, although Jesper, the postman, sits in wait on Christmas Eve to be reunited with his old friend as children around the world received a toy from a mysterious guest. With such a slightly open ending, there may still be a chance to follow the adventures of Jesper and his legendary friend, but Pablos is convinced that will not happen.

When asked about the idea of ​​a sequel, the director was very tough. “Absolutely not. Like I said earlier, this is already a prequel to your Santa, so anything you put between those two wouldn’t fit the basic purpose of this movie. Plus, I want to focus on finding a good story sequel.”

https://www.looper.com/671166/klaus-2-why-we-wont-be-getting-a-sequel/ Why we won’t get a sequel


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