Universal just announced that the sequel to Kristen Stewart's "Snow White and the Huntsman" is officially a go with a 2015 release date.
However, the studio has not said if the original cast (which included Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth and Stewart) or director Rupert Sanders will be back, too.
Before the release of "SWATH" and her scandal with Sanders, KStew said she was game for a follow-up.
"I would do it in a heartbeat," she told E! about a year ago. "I know with the people involved it would only be done [because] it's very worthwhile and it's a good movie. We wouldn't just be cashing in."
And there's more!
Universal also announced that "Pitch Perfect" will be getting a sequel in 2015.
Again, no word if the original stars or director Jason Moore are attached.
Just two days ago at the MTV Movie Awards (which featured a musical reunion of Rebel Wilson and her "Pitch" costars), Brittany Snow said plans were still up in the air.
"We have been talking about it," she said. "We really want to do it. It's one of those things where it comes down to logistics and schedules but I really do think it could happen."
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