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So, will Selena be back? Spring Breakers sequel on the way as French company announces follow-up

The bikini-filled 2012 comedy Spring Breakers that starred Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Vanessa Hudgens will be getting a sequel.
The follow-up to the party movie that also starred James Franco and Rachel Korine will be called Spring Breakers: The Second Coming.
A group of students on spring break will deal in the sequel with an extreme militant Christian sect out to convert them.

 The sequel is being produced by French-based production company Wild Bunch, according to a report on Tuesday by Screen Daily.
Wild Bunch will bring the follow-up film to the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Market in May.
'It's not a direct sequel although there are allusions to some of the characters in the original, said Wild Bunch co-chief Vincent Maraval.

 The movie will include a mix of previous cast members and new ones, he added.
Franco's character Alien was killed in the original but he told MTV in September that he was approached about the sequel.
The 2012 original earned $31million worldwide at the box office.
Wild Bunch will produce the sequel with Los Angeles-based Muse Productions that owns the concept to the first film. French distributor Mars Films also will be involved.
A screenplay for the sequel has been written by Scottish writer Irvine Welsh, 55, who wrote the novel Trainspotting that was turned into a 1996 film starring Ewan McGregor and Jonny Lee Miller.
The movie is slated to be directed by Jonas Akerlund, 48, whose 2002 dark comedy Spun was sold by Wild Bunch.
Akerlund also directed the Madonna video for her song Ray Of Light as well as music videos for U2, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga.

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