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Jodie Comer talks possible return for a Free Guy sequel

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Jodie Comer may be best known for Killing Eve, but she's been breaking into the world of movies recently with Ridley Scott's The Last Duel and the Ryan Reynolds' video game comedy Free Guy.

While promoting the Scott-directed historical drama, Comer was asked by ScreenRant if she would return for a Free Guy sequel – something that she wasn't aware that The Walt Disney Company is actively pursuing.

"I just heard this right now! Someone else just said the same thing," she exclaimed.

Photo credit: 20th Century Studios
Photo credit: 20th Century Studios

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"I would honestly jump at the chance to be back on a set with all those guys. It was such a joyous experience – so to hear that that may be in the cards sound like a ton of fun."

Millie/Molotovgirl was an important part of the plot of Free Guy, and although her arc seems pretty much wrapped up, she's definitely someone Guy would want to call during whatever pickle he ends up in next time.

Ryan Reynolds himself confirmed that Disney wanted a follow-up to the film, tweeting back in August: "Aaaannnnd after 3 years messaging #FreeGuy as an original IP movie, Disney confirmed today they officially want a sequel. Woo hoo!! #irony.

"If it isn't called, 'Albuquerque Boiled Turkey' we've failed."

Photo credit: 20th Century Studios
Photo credit: 20th Century Studios

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You'll get the joked if you've seen the film, which is available to watch now for all Disney+ subscribers, by the way.

Meanwhile, The Last Duel is out now, and both Jodie Comer and Ridley Scott have responded to the ending, which we are sure will be divisive amongst viewers.

Free Guy and The Last Duel are out now in cinemas.

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