‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Star Vinnie Jones Talks Potential ‘Snatch’ Sequel

by Michael Freeman

Law & Order: Organized Crime actor Vinnie Jones has expressed excitement about starring in Season 2 of the show. However, he also stated he’d love for the cast of Snatch to reunite for a sequel.

Speaking with LADbible in an interview, Jones thinks the sequel has amazing potential. Though part of it is wanting to act beside Brad Pitt and Jason Statham again, Jones’ desire extends beyond that. According to him, the sequel would be “an absolute blockbuster.”

“I’d love to do Snatch 2. Especially in America, they say, ‘Are we gonna see Snatch 2? A few years ago there was a rumor about Lock, Stock, but I think worldwide Snatchwould be the one to do. I’d love to get the boys back for that one. I think it would be enormous. I think it would be an out-and-out smash. It would be an absolute blockbuster, before it was even shown. You never know with Guy [Ritchie], you know what I mean? J [Jason Statham] and Guy just did a movie together. I mean, who knows?”

Back in 2017, Snatch was adapted into a television series. Lasting only two seasons, its run at least left the franchise’s premise intact and attracted new fans. Jones seems to recognize this and comments a sequel would be the “hottest ticket in town.”

“I know Matthew Vaughn would be up for it, Guy would have to write it. It’s a dream-maker but you never know. You never know. But the good thing is, it wouldn’t be ‘oh, not one of them again’. Everybody would be looking forward to it. I think it’d be the hottest ticket in town for a premiere… Bring Brad back.”

Currently, Guy Ritchie has shown no indication of considering the idea, but fan demand could change that.

Dick Wolf Comments On Season 2 of ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’

In early August, Dick Wolf spoke to TV Line and gave a preview of what’s to come in Season 2 of Law & Order: Organized Crime. Wolf stated that the next season will total 24 episodes. Each arc will be eight episodes long, complete with its own themes and villains.

“The first third of the season is The Godfather. The second third is American Gangster. And the last third is Scarface. And these villains are going to be really bad guys that give [Stabler] a constant source of energy, outrage, belief in justice and a different way of pursuing criminals than we’ve had before.”

Confirming there will be more crossovers with Law & Order: SVU in the future, the show reportedly will have no set formulas. Though character elements and growth will carry over from one arc to another, producers want to change up the main villains going against Stabler and Bell.

Season 2 of Law & Order: Organized Crime will premiere on September 23.