Mark McCorkle one of the writers of Disney’s 2005 hit Sky High said that the sequel of the movie could have happened for Disney+ if the fans were demanded. Sky High is the best example of a movie released early. Focusing on a group of teenage superheroes at a school for superpowered kids, this is a very good identity for superhero tropes. But he struggled at the box office as superhero movies have yet to capture public awareness.
Right now you can see the Sky High broadcasting on HBO Max. According to the sources, it going to return on Disney+ starting 4th December, according to the placeholder page of the movie’s streaming service.
Here what you should know about the possibilities of Sky High sequel:
A Sky High sequel would not be correct because the original left a lot of questions unanswered, but because it was supernatural at that specific moment in their lives, not knowing what to do with their hands on the first date, God with very few powers, enough. It has not been detected. It is not the origin story of a person who becomes a superhero, but the origin story of a person who becomes a superhero.
While those types of movies are used for less popular end-of-summer release dates in theaters, they are now better suited for streaming, where they have time to capture audiences. However, if we’ll ever see the Sky High sequel, it’s still suspicious.
The star cast members we have seen in the movie:
The movie star cast includes:
- Michael Angarano as William “Will”
- Kurt Russell as Steve Stronghold
- Kelly Preston as Josie DeMarco-Stronghold
- Danielle Panabaker as Layla Williams
- Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Gwendolyn “Gwen”
- Patrick Warburton
- Steven Strait as Warren Peace
- Dee Jay Daniels as Ethan Bank
- Kelly Vitz as Magenta “Maj”
- Nicholas Braun as Zachary
- Jake Sandvig as Lash
- Will Harris as Speed
- Lynda Carter as Principal Powers
Stay tuned with us for further updates regarding the Sky High sequel.