Director Zack Snyder teased in an April MTV interview that there was a way to continue the franchise, and Miller previously claimed that he would set his new script after "300" during the Greco-Persian Wars and featuring "some of the same characters." Now, Snyder indicates that Miller may be moving along and re-visiting Greece to do research as he completes the graphic novel that will become the "300" sequel.
"I know for a fact that Frank [Miller] is writing right now," Snyder told SuperHeroHype. "[He's] drawing away and seems to be knee-deep in it. I think he's going to head back to Greece again and do another reconnaissance."
Snyder seemed to have a basic grasp of what Miller will be turning in, describing the setting and technology that will be used in the new film.
"Just from what [Miller] told me, it would be bigger as far as landscape and terrain," the director said. "We're going to see Athens and the Aegean and other places."
Even with new locations being involved, however, Snyder indicated the same basic technologies from "300" would be used to keep the look and feel similar for the new installment.
"The tech we used for '300' was not a revolution," he explained. "[The sequel is] going to be the same way, but on crazier steroids."
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