Los Angeles, July 21 (IANS) Filmmaker Rawson Marshall Thurber says working with actors Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart in “Central Intelligence” was fun, adding that he has a story for a sequel in mind.
The storyline for the sequel of the 2016 film might be in mind, but the filmmaker says getting the schedule of the cast in line is a big challenge.
“I had the best filmmaking experience with this film. I had such a great time working with Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart,” Thurber told IANS over phone from Los Angeles.
Talking about Johnson and Hart, Thurber added: “They are both so gracious, fun and hardworking. Such a pleasure that it was (working with them). I wasn’t used to that. They made my job so easy.”
“Central Intelligence”, which will air on the Indian small screen on July 30 on Sony PIX, is about two high-school acquaintances who meet at a reunion and end up on the run from the CIA due to several incidents.
Thurber says he is not sure when the sequel will go on the floors.
He said: “We don’t know for sure but we have talked about the sequel and what that story would be. We have an idea for it which I think is pretty fun and exciting, but I think it is a challenge to get everybody’s schedule lined up. It (The sequel) is not for sure but it is something that we discussed.”