Sylvester Stallone Is Developing A Demolition Man Sequel

Fans of Sergeant John Spartan rejoice, as a sequel to Demolition Man is coming. And who better than to confirm it but the man himself, Sylvester Stallone?

The 73-year old acting veteran confirmed that a follow-up to the 1993 science fiction movie is in the works during an Instagram Live Q&A earlier this week. He read out the question: “Can we get another Demo Man?”, to which he gave the green light, saying that he’s “working on it right now with Warner Bros.”

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Short and sweet was all it took to get fans of the cult hit revved up. The original 1993 movie starred Stallone as John Spartan, who was tasked to hunt down psychopathic criminal Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes), both of whom broke out of a 36-year cryostasis to continue their cat-and-mouse chase.

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No other details of principal cast, crew or a release date were announced by Stallone, though Warner Bros. will eventually give us the lowdown in due time.

Aside from Demolition Man, Stallone also went on record expressing his desire to make sequels to two of his other beloved films, Tango & Cash and Cobra.

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