Hailee Steinfeld keen to make Bumblebee sequel
Actress Hailee Steinfeld is certain her character in Bumblebee, Charlie Watson, has "a long way to go".
Hailee Steinfeld is open to making more Bumblebee movies.
The Oscar-nominated actress portrays Charlie Watson, a teenage girl who finds and befriends a Transformer named Bumblebee, in the new flick - the sixth instalment of the live-action Transformers franchise.
Bumblebee has won praise for the 1980s setting and Steinfeld's performance, and she has now indicated that she would be open to exploring her character further in a sequel.
"I think she's still capable of so much and we see that throughout the course of this film and we see how much growth takes place in such a short period of time that by the end of the film, you know, even though she's overcome so much," the 22-year-old said in an interview with Cinemablend.com. "I still feel she's got so much to say, a lot more to learn and a long way to go. So I would be interested in exploring that."
Bumblebee was released in late December (18) and has so far been a success, garnering $97 million (£76 million) in the U.S. and $192 million (£150 million) at the global box office.
Previously, director Travis Knight stated that he would be interested in making more films if "the world wants more", while Steinfeld's co-star John Cena, who portrays former U.S. Army Ranger Jack Burns, has also indicated that he would want to appear in another flick.
"I really enjoyed working with Travis, but I love the movie and it looks like it's going to make a lot of money too, so hopefully we'll be able to do it again," he said.
But if a new Bumblebee film did get the go-ahead it may be some time in the future, as Steinfeld has a number of projects on the go, including TV series Dickinson, which looks into the life and work of American writer Emily Dickinson.
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