Director Matthew Vaughn appeared to back-up Millar’s reservations, worrying that despite the widespread desire for a sequel, he’d struggle to recreate the success of the original.
“The weird thing with
is that I’d love to do it, and I’d enjoy it so much,” said Vaughn. “But I’m a big believer that if you’re going to do a sequel, it’s got to be as good as the first one, if not better, and I just don’t know how I can.”
“The business brain is saying that we should shoot it, get it out there, and we’ll make a lot of money,” he continued. “I’m not saying that it’s as good as
, but it would be weird if they did
Pulp Fiction 2
. And everything that made
original and fun, I think if you did it again, it could be crass.”