The new “Hollywood” movie will be “small, intimate, and not a big-ticket movie,” Sony Pictures chairman Amy Pascal said Monday.
“We’re not going to try to do a big bang sequel.”
“Hands-on” was one of the most successful features of the summer and will be featured in “The Hunger Games” sequel, which opens on March 3, 2019.
Sony and MGM, the studio that produces the movies, have been discussing a new “Big Bang” movie since Pascal took over in April.
Pascal has said she wants to expand the studio’s offerings in other genres.
But she has not set a release date for the film.
In April, the film’s director, Josh Boone, was fired, according to Variety.
He had been leading the “Hannah Montana” sequel and had been involved in discussions with other studios about the film, according, Variety.
“Hallelujah” will air on NBC at 9 p.m.
EDT on Thursday, April 14.
The studio said Monday that the film will be released in limited numbers.