Los Angeles: A sequel to 2011 film 'Source Code' is reportedly in the works. According to Variety, Anna Foerster is set to direct the second installment of the science fiction thriller, which originally starred Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright.
The Mark Gordon Company is returning to produce with Vendome Pictures' Philippe Rousselet. Michele Wolkoff and Drew Simon will oversee the project, alongside Vendome Pictures' Guy Stodel and Fabrice Gianfermi.
Ben Ripley is also returning to handle the script. The first film told the story of a man (Gyllenhaal) who experienced the last eight minutes of a Chicago train commuter's life to find out who was behind a series of terrorist attacks.
'Source Code' was directed by Duncan Jones and managed to earn USD 147 million worldwide on an estimated USD 30 million budget.