George Clooney Says Talks Of A ‘Wolfs’ Sequel With Brad Pitt Are Already Happening

Despite the bizarre title, Wolfs is one of the most anticipated movies of 2024. And for good reason, as it stacks a true powerhouse lineup with Brad Pitt and George Clooney starring, with Spider-Man filmmaker Jon Watts directing. And when you’ve got that amount of talent, thoughts have to turn towards the future and keeping such a group together. According to Clooney, those talks have already begun.

While speaking with Deadline about his directorial effort The Boys in the Boat, Clooney said that there are already talks about doing a Wolfs 2. Hopefully they’ll title it “Wolves”.

“We’re already talking about a sequel for this film I did with Brad and Jon Watts,” Clooney said. “It was a great shoot, and Jon is an extraordinarily talented guy who’s also really joyful. He loves what he does. We had a blast doing it, and we’ve seen it. It’s an off-the-charts great film, and it’s fun to work with Brad again. We had a really good time.”

Wolfs stars Pitt and Clooney as lone wolf fixers assigned to the same job. The film also stars Amy Ryan, Austin Abrams, and Poorna Jagannathan. Also aboard is Everything Everywhere All At Once cinematographer Larkin Seiple.

The project is set up at Apple and will get an Apple TV+ streaming release after a theatrical run by Sony Pictures.  When you’ve got an Ocean’s 11 reunion with this amount of star power, the chances of drawing people into theaters for Wolfs are pretty good, and then who knows? A sequel could be next on the list.

Travis Hopson
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