The long-anticipated sequel hit sci-fi District 9 “District 10”, is being scripted, director Neill Blomkamp has revealed that he and the team are in the writing for long awaited District 10, via his official twitter account.
— Neill Blomkamp (@NeillBlomkamp) February 26, 2021
In 2009, “District 9,” produced by TriStar Pictures, Block/Hanson and WingNut Films, grossed over $200 million worldwide. the largest-ever sum for a South African film.
District 9” was the feature adaptation of Blomkamp’s 2006 short film “Alive in Joburg, The film is partially presented in a found footage format by featuring fictional interviews, news footage, and video from surveillance cameras. The story, which explores themes of humanity, xenophobia and social segregation, begins in an alternate 1982, when an alien spaceship appears over Johannesburg, South Africa.