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Director Gavin O’Connor Is Interested in a ‘Warrior’ Sequel

Gavin O’Connor has directed two movies that should’ve had bigger audiences. Miracle did respectably at the box office, but that inspiring drama still felt slightly overlooked the year it came out. O’Connor’s 2011 film, Warrior, opened to positive reviews but a weak opening at the box office. The movie, which reportedly cost $25 million, made under $14 million in the […] The post Director Gavin O’Connor Is Interested in a ‘Warrior’ Sequel appeared first on /Film.
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