Den of Thieves: Gerard Butler starrer heist drama to get a sequel; Christian Gudegast will return as director

Den of Thieves has grossed more than $57 million worldwide since its 19 January opening.

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Den of Thieves: Gerard Butler starrer heist drama to get a sequel; Christian Gudegast will return as director

Los Angeles: Actor Gerard Butler starrer heist thriller Den of Thieves is getting a sequel.

Den of Thieves Gerard Butler starrer heist drama to get a sequel Christian Gudegast will return as director

A still from Den of Thieves

Butler and director Christian Gudegast are on board to return in the film, reports variety.com.

Mark Canton and Tucker Tooley will produce the film with Butler and Alan Siegel's G-Base company, as well as Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's production company G-Unit Film and Television. O'Shea Jackson Jr is in negotiations to reprise his role as Donnie.

Gudegast made his feature directorial debut with Den of Thieves which has grossed more than $57 million worldwide since its 19 January opening.

The second installment will place Butler's character Big Nick on the hunt in the streets of Europe and closing in on Donnie who is embroiled in the dangerous world of diamond theft, plotting a heist of the world's biggest diamond exchange.

 

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