The Fast & Furious actor teases bringing back the famed Chronicles of Riddick film series. It’s been a whopping eight years since the last installment of the science-fiction action film came out. Could Richard Riddick be returning to the silver screen?
It’s no secret that Vin Diesel’s Fast & Furious and Guardians of the Galaxy franchises received a lot of praise from fans. Resurrecting the Chronicles of Riddick franchise only sweetness the pot for die-hard Diesel fans. The third and final installment of the series titled Riddick was released in theaters back in 2013. Since then, moviegoers have been begging for the series return. And they’re not the only ones. Vin Diesel himself recently broke his silence on the film’s possible return. The Avatar 2 star posted the following inquisitive throwback photo with a curious caption attached.
Vin Diesel in discussions with Universal Pictures
Speculation of another Chronicles of Riddick sequel started after Diesel posted this to Instagram ultimately hinting he may be in talks with Universal Pictures.
Vin Diesel has always had a knack for giving his fans what they want. It’s no secret Diesel loves himself a sequel. He strategically took to social media to post a slew of cryptic messages alluding to the next Riddick installment. One such message was revealed on the YouTube channel Marvelous Videos in which he directed his fans to tune in for a quick catch-up.
Shortly before his recent post to Instagram revealing his Costa Rica interaction, Vin Diesel shared an update whilst working at his home gym. Catch more details about his meeting with Universal surrounding the upcoming installment in the video below.
With a caption that reads, “Great Riddick meeting today…” it’s not hard to guess there’s been definite progress on the making of the highly-anticipated Riddick sequel.
Bringing Back Richard Riddick
It’s easy to hear the actor’s enthusiasm about the possibility of bringing Richard Riddick back to the big screen. He even went so far as to thank Universal Pictures for “believing” in the film series. Diesel’s passion and excitement for the return of the franchise is contagious. In speaking about the sequel he seemed overjoyed by the latest progress on the film hinting to fans it may be closer than they think.
Riddick 4 will follow Pitch Black which came out in 2000, The Chronicles of Riddick, and Riddick. The series wasn’t without its downfalls. The first film took an overall financial hit but successfully gained enough attention to justify a sequel.
It’s true, people have been talking about a follow-up to the Riddick chronicles for years. But this time, fans may actually get what they want.