It seems Vin Diesel can make any film he wants, xXx might be getting another sequel.    H Collective are launching as a production-financing company that will be backing several projects, including the potential xXX: Return of Xander Cage sequel.

““In today’s Hollywood, it requires strong partners to produce and finance such big-budget movies as the xXx series, and The H Collective is a welcome and exciting new company that we look forward to working with,” Roth said.”

H Collective signed production deals with Joe Roth and Jeff Kirschenbaum for the fourth film in the franchise. xXx: Return of Xander Cage, starring Vin Diesel, Deepika Padukone, Ruby Rose, Donnie Yen and Samuel L Jackson, grossed $350 million world wide. The film was the most successful in China, it grossed nearly $164 million.

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Diesel has alluded to the possibility of a sequel, he has also alluded to an expanded universe for the Fast and The Furious franchise. He has good reason to, these films make money.

H Collective, Roth and Kirschenbaum are also teaming up for Three Sisters, an action-comedy starring Ruby Rose. The film will be directed by Wanted’s Timur Bekmambetov and written by Derek Haas.

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H Collective is set up for success, films like this will turn an easy profit, and Ruby Rose is on the rise. The Chinese box office is perhaps the driving motivator, which is good for Chinese, and Asian representation. Diesel pulled in an impressive Asian cast of Return of Xander Cage, let’s hope that continues!

Source: Variety.

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