In 2020 Code 8 film was set to come on Netflix after being licensed to Netflix for a sequel and much better yet. It is exclusively getting on Netflix. In the sequel of Coode 8: Part II, we will see come back of Robbie Amell and Stephen Amell in their roles of Connor Reed and Garret eventually.
It has also been announced that Sung Kung, Jai Jai Jones as Travis, and Karie Natchett also return as Mary Reed. The film was declared at the Banff World Media Festival and marked as the first English language Canadian acquisition. The film started its life as a short film in 2016 before adapted as a feature film released in 2019 by Vertical Entertainment.
It becomes the first film that made its SVOD Netflix debut with a huge number of Netflix regions on 11th April 2020, last year. After launching it takes a position in the top movie list in the US for 16 days and in the UK it has been featured in the top 10 list only for just two weeks.
It is still running on Netflix. It is also available in a myriad of Netflix regions worldwide, including with Netflix UK and Australia. Still, it should be noted that Canada cannot get access to the film.
It has been reported that this sequel is under development for some time. There is a spin-off series that is also thought to be under development, but that was at the Quibi. As Quibi has been ceased to exist and Roku is moving the major portion of its library, it has not said anything about the moving forward of the project.
Code 8(Part 2): Expectations
It is expected that after becoming the witness of the murder of her brother and cover up the subsequent, the young girl with abnormal abilities is seeking the help of an ex-on and also his former partner in crime. They become together and facing an entire unit of corrupt police officers who have been deployed the most advanced robotic technology to prevent themselves from being exposed.
It is also expected that the movie’s shooting will start in Canada later this year, and the sequel will become available across the globe.
In the writer’s room, the sequel board contains Chris Pare, Jeff Chan, Sheran Le, and Jesse LaVercombe. The film is originally directed by Jeff Chan. He is set for the direction of the sequel too.