Dredd comic book publisher 2000AD starts online petition for a movie sequel
While attending Comic-Con 2013 last week, Dredd 3D star Karl Urban revealed that a sequel is still possible, urging fans to let their voices be heard. Dredd comic book publisher 2000AD has stepped forward to create an online petition for the fans to sign, along with a Facebook page dedicated to the potential follow-up.

Although it was critically praised, Dredd 3D flopped, taking in just $13.4 million at the domestic box office and just over $36 million worldwide. Karl Urban starred as the title character, one of the many judges who lay down the law in the massive Mega City One, alongside his rookie partner Cassandra Anderson (Olivia Thirlby).

Karl Urban said last week that he has met with Dredd 3D writer-producer Alex Garland to discuss ideas for a potential follow-up. The actor also revealed during that interview that Blu-ray and DVD sales have been very high. Stay tuned to see if this petition helps get the studio motivated to make a Dredd 3D sequel.