Moviegoers can look forward to another round of Nicolas Cage hunting for treasure. Jon Turteltaub, the director behind the first two National Treasure films, has revealed that a Christmas 2011 release could happen.
"I think we start shooting late fall, early winter. Hopefully that's the goal and I think it will come out Christmas 2011. That's assuming everyone is available, the script is good and I haven't thrown a tantrum," the director told ComingSoon.net's Heather Newgen.
Turteltaub, Cage and National Treasure producer Jerry Bruckheimer recently teamed up for The Sorcerer's Apprentice, which hits theaters on July 16. BoxOffice.com is currently predicting a $30 million opening weekend and a $90 million cume for that film.