Mirror Mirror 2 – will there be a sequel to Mirror Mirror?

September 17, 2022
Jordan Russell Lyon 0
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This article discusses whether there will be a Mirror Miror 2, and the discussion around the sequel to the Netflix film will contain spoilers. 

As said best by Netflix, Mirror Mirror is about “employees at a cosmetics firm grapple with their respective desires by arguing with themselves in the mirror, ahead of their company’s anniversary party”. Whilst the title may initially make you think of Snow White — it did in my case anyways — the film has nothing to do with the fairytale. Instead, it focuses more on issues within the workplace.

Mirror Mirror sequel potential release date:

At the time of writing, there is no news regarding a potential sequel. So, for now, this is purely speculation. In most cases, films tend to take around two years to make, if not less, so it could be around 2023/2024 when we would see a sequel. But if Netflix feels there is a strong need for a sequel, it wouldn’t be too much of a surprise if the film got a rush release. 

Mirror Mirror sequel cast – who might be in it?

In the first film, we saw Malena Alterio, Santi Millán, Natalia de Molina, and Verónica Forqué. So assuming that their schedules remain free, we should see them in the sequel! And like most sequels, there will be some new cast members, so we might have that to look forward to!

Mirror Mirror sequel plot: what could Mirror Mirror 2 be about?

In most of the film, it focused on reflection and how we and others see ourselves. So will the film follow this approach? It seems like it would be logical to do so. The battle against inner voices was an interesting aspect of the film, so it would be in the sequel’s best interest to keep this method of storytelling. As for Alberto, he was the only character to realize that he hated himself. Will his character return in the sequel? And if so, will he act as a bit of guidance for any of the potential new cast members? Possibly. Seeing as a lot of the film seemed to represent self-doubt and fear, I predict that any potential sequel will do the same.

You can watch this film with a subscription to Netflix.