as a highlight of the action thrillers of the '90s - not only in critical circles is considered "professional Léon". published in 1993, Jean Reno was in the role of assassin Leon as emotional surrogate father for the then only 14-year-old Natalie Portman. Meanwhile, more than 20 years have passed after the appearance of the film. Part 2 looks - "the professional Léon" As part of the continuing wave of the recent past, the question of how it is with.
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Leon - the professional 2: Portman would be doing
Exact plans for "Leon - The Professional" 2 does not exist, even when repeatedly emerged new rumors about a sequel. Natalie Portman signaled, therefore, that they would be open to a second part. However, it is linked to participate in a possible reaction to the condition that the director of the first part, Luc Besson, again directs.
"If Luc Besson would again be directing myself, I would predict within two seconds."
In fact, there were already 2,010 a script for a sequel with the working title "Mathilda". Luc Besson has hereby nothing to do, so that even Portman not dealt with the idea.© fergregory / iStockPhoto.com
No plans to a second part of Léon - The Professional
The question also is how to implement a second part. Space for Jean Reno as "Leon" did not exist because of the events at the end of the first part. So a sequel could continue the story of Mathilda Lando, the role of Natalie Portman. Her foster father Léon advised her in the first part to lead a decent life. It is conceivable that's Mathilda but strayed from that path and acts as assassin in the footsteps Léons.Best on BestCheck.de
Since the expression of interest of Portman now seven years have passed. Director Luc Besson has since not commented on a new chapter in the history Mathilda. Stand 2017 fans have to therefore be satisfied with the first film, a second film Léon is not in prospect.