Screenwriter Max Landis issued a new update on his sequel Chronicle 2, revealing that it is "moving along" at Fox. He also shot down a statement made by his father, John Landis, in October, where he revealed that the studio was at odds with Max Landis' script.

"Chronicle 2 is in an interesting place right now. It's moving along. There was this whole announcement that they wanted to just do the same thing again because my father said that. My father is not involved in Chronicle 2. He doesn't know the process. It was not his place to say that. The truth is when you have a movie that was as successful as Chronicle was, it's not as quick of a process. There are a lot more voices coming in and saying 'This is what the sequel should be' because there's a bigger expectation and a bigger fear of failure. And that's really what's going on with Chronicle 2."
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The writer also explained that both he and Chronicle director Josh Trank have a number of projects they are working on, and they are trying to make a sequel that everyone will respect.

"Josh Trank is directing Fantastic Four. I'm doing a hundred other movies. Chronicle 2 has become this question of 'How do we all make a movie that we all respect?'. And that's true to what Chronicle is. There's no one at the studio who wants to make a bad movie. They all want to make a good movie just as much as I do. We're not fighting. The report came out that they didn't like my script. They liked my script. It's just a really dark script. The question is more of 'How do we all compromise to get something we want?' And that's an incredibly slow process."

The writer also believes that the sequel will definitely happen at some point, and that he is, "60-75% sure that it will be a pretty damn good movie."