Netflix’s fans Mindhunter They were disappointed when the third season of the thriller, despite widespread critical acclaim for both the first seasons, was suspended indefinitely with many doubts hoping for a future third season. But now, two years later, series star Jonathan Groff says that season three of Mindhunter He shares the same probability of Part 3 from another fan favorite that he belongs to, frozen. While recently appearing on Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (via CBR), asked Groff for an update on the two projects, and said he’s seeing it frozen 3 And Mindhunter Season 3 as possible.
“I feel that although these projects look very different, frozen And MindhunterI feel like I’m season 3 and 3 of Mindhunter “Equally possible,” Grove said.
While the probability may seem equal to Groff, this does not necessarily mean that it is likely. In the case of Frozen, Groff co-star Josh Gad, who voices snowman Olaf, previously said he feels a third movie in the franchise won’t happen unless there’s a “great idea” because otherwise, there’s no need — but If such an idea occurred, then all of them would participate in it.
“frozen 3 It won’t happen unless there’s a reason to frozen 3 Gad said last year. “I trust this team with all my heart to believe that unless they have a great idea, there will be no need.” The actor continued, “But I also know that the second they have that idea, they’ll be the first to say, ‘Let’s do this.'” But now, no frozen 3. “
As for the MindhunterWhile there were reports last year that series creator David Fincher was in talks with Netflix about additional episodes of the series, Fincher also previously said that the series’ production costs were a major barrier.
“I don’t know if it makes sense to continue,” Fincher said. “It was an expensive show. It had a very excited audience, but we didn’t get the numbers to justify the cost.”
Mindhunter It debuted on Netflix in 2017 with the arrival of the second season of the series in 2019. The series was based on the true crime book Mindhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit Written by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker and follows the early days of criminal psychology and criminal profiling in the law enforcement establishment with Holden Ford (Grove) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), along with psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv) to interview serial killers in an attempt To understand their way of thinking, and thus solve persistent issues with knowledge.
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