Vacancy 2 Begins Casting

Kate BeckinsaleWhile we love to hear from our readers, we love it even more when they send us something cool. And if you are a fan of the 2007 Kate Beckinsale, Luke Wilson film Vacancy, you will think this is cool. Vacancy 2 has begun casting, and we’ve now got some pictures to prove it.

Hey Reject guys,

Not sure if you’ve heard of this yet but Vacancy 2 has started production and they’re casting now in Glendale. I snapped this pic. Don’t know when filming begins, but the office has been open for like a week, they were moving in last time I was there. Guessing Beckinsale and Wilson aren’t coming back! Anyway, the crappy cell pic is to show that this movie exists (no idea a sequel was coming, first was ok) and is getting under way. If you post this, call me PatientZero!

PatientZero (who has actually sent reliable stuff in to us before) also included a cell phone camera shot of a sign outside the casting office in Glendale.

Vacancy 2 Casting Notice

It is worth noting that the first film, which was said to have a budget in the $19 million range, only made $27 million worldwide at the box office. According to a report from Bloody-Disgusting back in early February, round two will be a prequel that will go straight-to-dvd. The plot is eerily similar to the first film: When JESSICA, her fiancé CALEB and Caleb’s buddy TANNER check into the lonely Meadow View Inn in the middle of rural nowhere, they have no idea that the motel is run by a homicidal maniac and two vicious greedheads who are making a bloody dollar by selling snuff films on the black market…

Sounds… uh, completely uninteresting. I can wait.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet.

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