Film: The Work and the Glory to become a trilogy

KSL-TV is reporting that Larry Miller has agreed to finance the next two films in “The Work and the Glory” series. A new director — Sterling Van Wagenen, head of the film program at the University of Central Florida — has been brought on board.

Millder admits that the ticket sales for volume 1 have been dissappointing and told KSL: “I won’t say we feel confident, but we felt comfortable enough that it would be in the vicinity of the success level we needed in order to make the decision on two and three.”

2 thoughts on “Film: The Work and the Glory to become a trilogy”

  1. The replacement of the director and screenwriter for the proposed sequels seems to be a tacit acknowledgement that the first film was too bland and predictable to attract any audience beyond the most conservative LDS. 

    Posted by R.W. Rasband

  2. I am very excited to see the next of the movies & can inform you that there are many that i know who are just as pleased. I am on the 7th novel of the Work and the Glory series & can not put them down!
     

    Posted by April Montano

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