“If you remember from the first film, we have a recovery room with the baths of wax,” Bekmambetov told MTV News. “We know how to do this, but it’s still tough to do, because the bullet is inside her head.”
“But there has to be a reason for her to come back… and we know the reason,” he added. “I think we found the reason for her to come back.”
He added that he thinks the Universal Pictures follow-up will shoot this winter. The first film, which cost about $75 million to make, earned $341.4 million worldwide.