The Mask Of Zorro 2:Calgary Sun recently sat down with the Mask Of Zorro director, Martin Campbell, to talk about the proposed sequel:

"We're in the final stages of negotiations with Antonio and Catherine Zeta-Jones. If they are both available and everything goes as planned, we could begin shooting in Mexico in April or May for a 2005 release," says Martin Campbell, who directed the 1998 hit The Mask of Zorro. RELATED: Zorro Reboot Has Fede Alvarez in Talks to Direct

"We've rejected several scripts over the past four years, but have a great one now, which is why the project has been green-lit."

This one is much more than your typical sequel. It's a full-out new film that uses the same two central characters."