On Netflix, the film Spenser Confidential premiered on March 6, 2020. The viewers are a cop buddy comedy and welcomed the film. Here’s what you need to know more about Spenser Confidential’s future.
About Spenser Confidential:
The movie is directed by Peter Berg, who has worked films like Deepwater Horizon and Lone Survivor. Spenser Confidential is your 5th cooperation of Berg and actor Mark Wahlberg. The film is based on the novel Wonderland, composed by Ace Atkins. It also utilizes the names of characters in the stories of Robert B. Parker. The movie revolves around Spenser, a detective who’s forced to explore also a powerful drug cartel and a murder.
The film stars Austin Post, Winston Duke, Alan Arkin, Iliza Shlesinger, Bokeem Woodbine, Marc Maron, and Mark Wahlberg. Six weeks after the film’s release, Netflix reported that the film was watched in nearly 85 million households.
About Spenser 2:
There has been no announcement from Netflix or Berg about the sequel of Spenser Confidential. Mark Wahlberg, in his acting career of 25 decades, has appeared in only three movie sequels. However, Spenser Confidential ends on a, so there’s a possibility of a sequel. The movie’s producer Neal Moritz has commented in an interview: “I read a lot of the Spenser novels and believed it had the excellent chance to get a series or a franchise of movies.”
Also, Wahlberg, Duke, Berg has shown interest in the sequel. Spenser and his sidekick Hawk can go on a different assignment to solve harder instances. The importance is also relied on by the sequel’s chance.
Director Peter Berg has high hopes. “I do feel like [‘Spenser Confidential’] lends itself nicely to a sequel, clearly given how we ended up this movie. I hope that the film is a success by whatever barometer Netflix utilizes”, he said in an interview.