Nov 29, 2016 10:05 AM EST

‘Now You See Me 3’ Latest News, Update, Spoilers And Release Date: Will Mark Ruffalo And Others Reprise Their Roles?

"Now You See Me 3" is intended to be the sequel of the previously released movies, "Now You See Me" that was released back in 2013 and "Now You See Me 2" (2016). It is a popular American thriller movie that mostly revolves on a theft and the aftermath of it. Though these aren't just some ordinary heist films; there are a lot of magic that is involved in all the stealing and getting away which made the films authentic.

It was recently confirmed that "Now You See Me 3" is definitely happening soon, making the thriller and heist film a trilogy. Based on a report by GamenGuide, the third movie was announced and confirmed after the quarterly earnings were discussed by analysts during a Lionsgate conference call. CEO Jon Feltheimer stated that "Now You See Me 3" is currently in the works and that they have already planned for the movie that they agreed upon before "Now You See Me 2" was even released. They knew that the previous movie will earn big which is true; the second movie did earn a pretty big amount.

"The studio has already begun early work on the third installment, as they expect "Now You See Me 2" to pull in a hefty amount of box office dough," Feltheimer said. The first "Now You See Me" had $75 million as their production budget and made $351 million worldwide even if it had low ratings. This made the analysts conclude for a sequel. Meanwhile "Now You See Me 2" made $334.9 million and had $90 million for their budget, according to Variety

The casts are not announced yet but fans hope that the known horsemen and others which are Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Dave Franco, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine and Lizzy Caplan will reprise their roles. Meanwhile, check out the latest news and updates about the upcoming "Pacific Rim: Maelstrom" on Jobs & Hire.

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