More than 10 years ago, Will Gluck’s high schooler comedy, Easy A, hit theaters to massive achievement—and according to vocalist/actress Aly Michalka—it could very well have a forthcoming sequel in progress. The film was partially enlivened by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1850 novel, The Scarlet Letter. Easy A stars Emma Stone in the lead job alongside A-lister cast from any semblance of Stanley Tucci, Amanda Bynes, Lisa Kudrow, and others.
In a meeting with E! News and her sister, A.J. Michalka, Aly revealed that a potential Easy A sequel is underway. The sisters, who previously rose to fame after starring in Disney Channel Original motion pictures like Cow Belles and Now You See It in the early 2000s, are already anticipating a major reaction from fans of the primary Easy A film. A.J. said her statements “may cause something entire,” and kidded, “Aly said it!” Read what Aly said when asked about the legitimacy of the reputed sequel beneath:
“That actually is semi real. It would be similar to another retelling yet you’d see a portion of the characters from the original return into the story.”
According to a report distributed in 2019, an Easy A spinoff was already in progress from the film’s original screenwriter, Bert V. Royal. Screen Gems was getting set to create, and would see Royal returning as both screenwriter and chief. While the film was allegedly early being developed, it was accounted for that the film’s setting would see a re-visitation of the same school as its 2010 archetype. Regardless of whether this venture is the same Easy A sequel Michalka alluded to in the new meeting remains obscure. In any case, regardless, after the primary film earned $75 million around the world, an Easy A sequel is probably a safe wagered for a major film industry score.
Since her career took off after starring in the 2017 Oscar-nominated film, La Land, any kind of sequel would likely not see Stone return as Olive Penderghast. While its hard to picture future Easy A ventures without Stone’s natural comedic talent, Royal’s smart composition and sharp dialog has the potential to recreate the charm that made the main film so fruitful. Any further details encompassing the chance of a subsequent film right now remain obscure. Be that as it may, for the present, fans can request of for the release of Easy A’s R-rated cut, depicted by Aly herself as being—obviously—”extremely raunchy.”