Woody Harrelson has given Total Film his thoughts on the prospect of Zombieland 2.
The original comedy-horror smash saw Harrelson's Tallahassee team up with Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin on a cross-country survival trip.
Deftly blending kinetic, gory action with laugh-out-loud gags, it wasn't long before fans were screaming out for a follow-up.
But Harrelson, for one, ain't so sure about trying to do it all again.
On the first movie, he said: "I didn't even want to read the script... Then as it turns out, I read the script and I thought it was phenomenal, really funny..."
"Usually, if I theoretically reject it, I'm right, but this one I was dead wrong. And it might be the first movie I do a sequel to."
When we asked if the follow-up is definitely happening, Harrelson told us: "I'm sure it will happen if everyone does it, but I'm not sure it's the right thing to do."
"It's one thing to do it when it came out real good and it made a lot of people laugh, but then to do a sequel... 99 out of 100 are worse by a lot. So I don't know."
"I don't feel like a sequels guy."
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