DISCOVER EVERYTHING ABOUT THE RENTAL 2 RELEASE! DATE OF PUBLISHING, RENEWAL!
The Rental is Dave Franco’s directorial debut, and despite its limited release on July 24, 2020, the movie has already garnered positive reviews from critics and audiences, as well as buzz for a sequel.
Franco’s movie follows two couples who go away for a romantic weekend in a rental house, only to discover that their idyllic fantasy has turned into their worst nightmares. Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Jeremy Allen White, and Sheila Vand all-star in roles that test their characters’ willingness to go to great lengths for one another.
As the couples become more at ease, they discover that their emotional baggage is not their only concern and that someone with a real hatchet is on their tail. Although The Rental is a new movie, it fits perfectly into the slasher genre and could easily result in at least one sequel. We tell you everything you need to know about The Rental 2’s release!
WHAT IS THE DATE OF RELEASE FOR RENTAL 2?
The movie is scheduled to be released on June 18, 2020. At the moment, no announcements regarding the release of The Rental 2 have been made. Although the pandemic delayed the movie’s anticipated release, the movie still topped the box office in its opening weekend. The director purposefully left the ending ambiguous to leave room for a sequel.
Given the movie’s commercial success, the possibility of a sequel remains strong. In the event of a renewal, The Rental 2’s theatrical release date should be set for 2024.
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THE RENTAL’S SECONDARY?
The killer is seen spying on his oblivious victims in a post-credits scene, waiting for his next victim. The Rental 2 could pick up where the original movie left off and chronicle another incident involving the rental property. The Rental sequel could also be a prequel if Dave Franco’s own words are to be believed.
Franco revealed his plans for a sequel during a July 2020 interview. According to him, “the sequel would explore some of our antagonist’s mythology and would possibly take place outside of the United States.” Rest assured that if the sequel ever sees the light of day, it will be every bit as bloodthirsty and bizarre as its predecessor.