M3GAN star Violet McGraw confirms 2.0 sequel is coming in 2025: “It’s happening!”

M3GAN star Violet McGraw confirms 2.0 sequel is coming in 2025: “It’s happening!”

M3GAN star Violet McGraw confirms 2.0 sequel is coming in 2025… after spooky puppet movie raked in $95.3 million at the box office: ‘It’s happening!’

M3GAN star Violet McGraw confirmed Wednesday that she will reprise her role as the orphan Katie in the sequel M3GAN 2.0, which Universal Pictures will release on January 17, 2025.

The 11-year-old child star gushed on Instagram: “It’s happening! @meetm3gan 2.0!’

It’s no surprise when you consider that director Gerard Johnstone’s horror film grossed $95.3 million at the global box office on a budget of $12 million and the film has a “Certified Freshness” rating of 95% critics’ approval on Rotten Tomatoes (from 255 reviews).

Ready for more? M3GAN star Violet McGraw (R) confirmed Wednesday that she will reprise her role as the orphan Katie in the sequel M3GAN 2.0, which Universal Pictures will release on January 17, 2025

The 11-year-old child star gushed on Instagram:

The 11-year-old child star gushed on Instagram: “It’s happening! @meetm3gan 2.0!’

Allison Williams will also return in her dual roles as executive producer and robotics engineer Gemma in the creepy doll sequel.

And while the time warp shouldn’t stop Jenna Davis from providing the voice of the AI ​​android also known as the “Model 3 Generative,” the girl behind the mask – Amie Donald – will likely outgrow the plum part.

The 12-year-old competitive dancer from New Zealand was arguably a big part of why M3GAN became a popular gay icon with her TikTok-worthy dance moves that made the trailer viral ahead of its worldwide release on January 6th.

Under the guidance of movement coaches Jed Brophy and Luke Hawker, and stunt coordinator Ike Hamon, Amie performed all of her stunts impressively.

Critically acclaimed hit!  It's no surprise when you consider that director Gerard Johnstone's horror film grossed $95.3 million at the global box office on a budget of $12 million and the film has a

Critically acclaimed hit! It’s no surprise when you consider that director Gerard Johnstone’s horror film grossed $95.3 million at the global box office on a budget of $12 million and the film has a “Certified Freshness” rating of 95% critics’ approval on Rotten Tomatoes (from 255 reviews).

What will she do next time?  Allison Williams will also return in her dual roles as executive producer and robotics engineer Gemma in the creepy doll sequel

What will she do next time? Allison Williams will also return in her dual roles as executive producer and robotics engineer Gemma in the creepy doll sequel

Oh no!  And while the time warp shouldn't stop Jenna Davis from providing the voice of the AI ​​android also known as the

Oh no! And while the time warp shouldn’t stop Jenna Davis from providing the voice of the AI ​​android also known as the “Model 3 Generative,” the girl behind the mask – Amie Donald (L) – will likely outgrow the plum part

Werrrrk!  The 12-year-old competitive dancer from New Zealand was arguably a big part of why M3GAN became a popular gay icon with her TikTok-worthy dance moves that made the trailer viral ahead of its worldwide release on January 6th

Werrrrk! The 12-year-old competitive dancer from New Zealand was arguably a big part of why M3GAN became a popular gay icon with her TikTok-worthy dance moves that made the trailer viral ahead of its worldwide release on January 6th

'Loved playing them!'  Under the guidance of movement coaches Jed Brophy and Luke Hawker, and stunt coordinator Ike Hamon, Amie performed all of her stunts impressively

‘Loved playing them!’ Under the guidance of movement coaches Jed Brophy and Luke Hawker, and stunt coordinator Ike Hamon, Amie performed all of her stunts impressively

Screenwriter Akela Cooper was “so, so happy” that the sequel news finally broke, and gushed on Instagram on Wednesday, “@meetm3gan will see you all again in 2025. In the meantime, enjoy the rest.”

“After seeing the film for the first time, we had a good feeling that a sequel could actually work,” producer Jason Blum told Variety last week.

“So we broke our cardinal rule and started talking about a sequel before the film was released. I felt so optimistic that we started talking about a sequel earlier than usual.

Screenwriter Akela Cooper was

Screenwriter Akela Cooper was “so, so happy” that the sequel news finally broke, and gushed on Instagram on Wednesday, “@meetm3gan will see you all again in 2025. In the meantime, enjoy the rest.”

Producer Jason Blum told Variety last week,

Producer Jason Blum told Variety last week, “After seeing the film for the first time, we had a good feeling that a sequel could actually work.”

The 53-year-old Oscar nominee (pictured December 7) continued,

The 53-year-old Oscar nominee (pictured December 7) continued, “So we broke our cardinal rule and started talking about a sequel before the movie was released. I felt so optimistic that we started talking about a sequel earlier than usual.

'We have an idea of ​​where we're going': Producer James Wan (pictured December 7) told Collider on January 3 that they always had a

‘We have an idea of ​​where we’re going’: Producer James Wan (pictured December 7) told Collider on January 3 that they always had a “bigger world” in mind when developing the cheesy thriller

Producer James Wan previously told Collider they always had a “bigger world” in mind when developing the cheesy thriller.

“For me, it’s about creating the world and knowing who the characters are, where the story could possibly go, and then building that bigger world and then going into it and saying, ‘Okay, I’m going to tell this particular story, but I know other things are going on,” the 45-year-old Australian said on January 3.

“So if we’re lucky enough to have sequels, we have an idea of ​​where we’re going.”