While the GLOW family agreed they’d all like to carry to the collection to a detailed with a film, star Alison Brie says followers should not get their hopes up too excessive.
The actress spoke with The Playlist for an upcoming The Fourth Wall podcast the place she discusses the Netflix cancellation and extra. Netflix cancelled the wrestling drama in October, leaving followers and the actors shocked. Upon the announcement star Marc Maron stated a follow-up movie is perhaps the way in which to tie free ends. However, within the upcoming podcast Brie says she feels unsure about the opportunity of a film.
“I’m a little bit pessimistic about it truly taking place simply in gentle of every little thing that is gone on this yr and the way troublesome it’s to get something again into manufacturing with COVID,” she stated.
The coronavirus, from the very starting of the pandemic, continues to pose difficulties for the trade. The infectious illness has pushed main tentpoles, like Wonder Woman 1984 and Mulan to go for digital and streaming releases and continues to induce varied tv productions to close down for security. Though two vaccines within the works might look promising, the latest COVID-19 an infection and deaths nonetheless sees no sure finish, leaving future trade work up within the air.
Brie additionally added that for years, followers have additionally requested a Community film, however famous that such a movie has but to return to fruition.
“So what I’m saying is do not maintain your breath as a result of if it does occur, it would take a minute,” she stated.