Fans of the 2019 superhero horror film “Brightburn” have reason to rejoice as The H Collective, the production company behind the movie, has confirmed that a sequel is still in the pipeline.
The original film introduced audiences to a dark and twisted take on the superhero genre, featuring Jackson A. Dunn as Brandon Breyer, a superpowered alien with malevolent intentions.
In “Brightburn,” Brandon, adopted by a Kansas couple, becomes a menacing force in a small Kansas town, using his powers for destruction rather than good. Drawing parallels to DC’s Superman, Brandon’s story took a much darker turn, capturing the imaginations of viewers.
According to a report by Deadline, The H Collective remains committed to delivering “Brightburn 2” at some point in the future, keeping fans on the edge of their seats in anticipation. While specific details about the sequel are still under wraps, it’s clear that the franchise has left an indelible mark on the world of superhero cinema.
In addition to the sequel, The H Collective has unveiled ambitious plans for the entertainment industry’s future. The company intends to launch “H3 Entertainment,” an entity that will seek to integrate cutting-edge technologies such as the Metaverse, Web3, and AI into its film projects. This announcement comes at a time when the use of AI in creative industries is facing considerable scrutiny.
Despite the controversy surrounding AI’s role in filmmaking and the potential displacement of human professionals, The H Collective asserts that H3 Entertainment will prioritize respecting industry professionals and fans. The company aims to uphold responsible technology integration while pushing the boundaries of cinematic storytelling.
As The H Collective sets its sights on the future with H3 Entertainment, audiences can eagerly await the return of Brandon Breyer in “Brightburn 2” and the company’s innovative forays into the evolving landscape of entertainment and technology. Whether in the realm of superheroes or cutting-edge digital experiences, The H Collective continues to make its mark on the cinematic world.