A sequel to the ABBA-packed film musical "Mamma Mia!" will hit theaters on July 20, 2018. Here We Go Again - is due out in the summer of 2018, using ABBA songs not utilised the first time round. Photo shows Meryl Streep (left) and Amanda Seyfried as Donna and Sophie Sheridan in the first movie. Nearly exactly a decade after the original, which earned nearly $610 million after its 2008 release, Here We Go Again! is dancing into theaters on July 20, 2018. The cast of the 2008 adaptation of the stage hit musical are all expected to return for the film alongside a few new, yet to be revealed additions.
There is no official word on a story line for the sequel, though sources point to a potential prequel concept with focus on characters played by Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, and Pierce Brosnan set before the action of the original musical.
Phyllida Llyod, also known for directing The Iron Lady, directed the original movie however the sequel will instead be directed by Ol Parker.
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Universal have said that the location will once again be the Greek island of Kalokairi, with the same producers back on board.
The new film - Mamma Mia! Of course, they will bring back the old ones, too.
Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus also return as executive producers.
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