Lucy is one of the most popular and well-known video games in recent years. Released in 2013, Lucy was aaction adventure game with puzzles and gameplay that was reminiscent of the classic Max Payne games. Developer Incase Computer Entertainment revealed earlier this year that a sequel to Lucy is currently in development and will have a different protagonist, Scarlett Johansson. While little else has been revealed about the sequel, we can expect the same high level of graphics and gameplay that made Lucy such a hit. GameSpot reports that Johansson is signed on for the game and will play “a tech mogul who accidentally downloads Lucy’s mind into her computer”. Stay tuned for more details as they become available. In the meantime, be sure to check out Lucy if you haven’t already!
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After the smashing success of Lucy, Scarlett Johansson and company are already hard at work on the sequel. The action-packed flick is already being described as even more thrilling than the original and we can’t wait to see what new twists and turns will be in store for audiences.
According to reports, Lucy 2 will pick up right where the first movie left off with Johansson’s heroine Lucy fighting against supernatural forces once again. Speaking about how excited she is to continue playing this fascinating character, Johansson commented: “Lucy is an incredibly complex and multi-layered female protagonist and I can’t wait to explore more of her story.”
We can’t wait to see what happens next in Lucy’s outrageous adventures, so be sure to stay tuned!
Marc Shmuger is the producer of the upcoming action movie Lucy, which stars Scarlett Johansson. Lucy will have a sequel, and it is currently in development. The sequel will be set a few years after the events of the first movie and will focus on Johansson’s character as she continues to fight crime.
Shmuger is also responsible for two other upcoming action movies – John Wick: Chapter 2 and Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Both of these movies are expected to be box office successes, and they both star well-known actors such as Keanu Reeves and Colin Firth.
One of the most anticipated action movies of 2018 is Lucy, which was directed by Luc Besson and stars Scarlett Johansson as the female lead. The movie has been receiving a lot of negative publicity because it is being accused of plagiarizing the plot of another movie, John Wick. However, despite these criticisms, Lucy is expected to be a blockbuster when it releases in theaters this year.
Lucy is about a woman named Lucy who is forced to fight for her life after being kidnapped by two criminals. She teams up with a retired assassin (Scarlett Johansson) to escape from her captors and take down their syndicate. The film features high-octane action sequences and suspenseful drama that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats until the very end.
Based on the overwhelmingly positive reactions from test screenings and early reviews, Lucy looks like it will be one of the biggest hits of 2018. Whether or not it can overcome the negative publicity surrounding its development remains to be seen, but fans are definitely excited to see it in theaters.
The film follows Lucy 2
The film follows Lucy 2, a genetically modified human who is an experiment gone wrong. When the government learns of her existence, they send in Agent Smith (Samuel L. Jackson) and his team to take her down. Along the way, Lucy must outsmart and overcome the obstacles put in her way by Agent Smith and his team. The sequel is currently in development by Universal Pictures and will be directed by Simon Pegg.
Lucy was one of the most groundbreaking films of 2017. Starring Scarlett Johansson as the titular character, the film tells the story of a genetically modified human who is an experiment gone wrong. When the government learns of her existence, they send in Agent Smith (Samuel L. Jackson) and his team to take her down. Along the way, Lucy must outsmart and overcome the obstacles put in her way by Agent Smith and his team. The sequel is currently in development by Universal Pictures and will be directed by Simon Pegg.