Jon M. Chu is directing the sequel, which will find Daniel Radcliffe playing Michael Caine‘s son
Jon M. Chu is directing the magic-themed sequel, which is bringing back original stars Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Mark Ruffalo. Isla Fisher is pregnant and therefore unavailable for the sequel.
Caplan has the offer for “Now You See Me 2” but before she can strike a deal, she’ll have to make sure her shooting schedule doesn’t conflict with Showtime’s “Masters of Sex.” The nature of her role in “Now You See Me 2” is being kept under wraps.
Lionsgate/Summit will release “Now You See Me 2” on June 10, 2016.
Caplan next stars alongside Seth Rogen and James Franco in “The Interview,” and she recently reteamed with Rogen for Jonathan Levine‘s untitled Christmas Eve comedy, which Sony will release in November 2015.
Caplan is represented by WME, Mosaic and attorney Karl R. Austen