Outlander actor Sam Heughan has discussed the possibility of returning as Tom Buckingham in the sequel to Rise of the Black Swan.
In an interview to Digital Spy, he commented that the sequel has not been planned yet. However, it is not completely ruled out that this will happen until Andy McNab (the author of the book that spawned the film) has fresh ideas and Rise of the Black Swan proves to be a success.
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“I have an idea of what could happen. Andy might be writing a few more things as well. He has some interesting ideas up his sleeve. We had an early conversation about this. I hope people like the film and we Might go on another adventure,” said the Outlander actor.
At the time the actor gave this interview, Rise of the Black Swan was released by Sky Cinema in the UK. Since then, the feature film has been acquired and released by Netflix in several countries around the world, so it’s possible that this distribution will give Rise of the Black Swan a lot of popularity.
Whether it will lead to a sequel will have to wait and see. At least on Netflix do Brasil, the feature seems to be having good results.
More about Rise of Black Swan
Rise of the Black Swan is an action thriller directed by Magnus Martens, based on a book by Andy McNab and starring Sam Heughan, Ruby Rose, Andy Serkis, Hannah John-Kamen, Tom Hopper, Noel Clarke, Owen Yeoman, Ray Panthaki , starring Anne. Reid and Tom Wilkinson.
Check out the official summary below.
“Special Forces Operator Tom Buckingham (Sam Heughan) takes his girlfriend, Dr. Sophie Hart (Hannah John-Kamen) on a romantic train trip from London to Paris, where he plans to ask her to marry him. Is.”
“But an army of mercenaries led by Grace Lewis (Ruby Rose) hijack their train as it is en route to the Eurotunnel, trapping every passenger at gunpoint.”
“Tom Buckingham escapes from the train and uses his military prowess to rescue the passengers, including his girlfriend, who is now among the hostages on the train.”
Rise of the Black Swan is now available on Netflix.