Magic is back. After seven years since the premiere of the second part of the saga, Now You See Me 3 finally delivers a positive update, since the movie is moving forward at Lionsgate. The first installment of Now You See Me, directed by Louis Leterrier, hit theaters in 2013 and was a smashing hit. With a budget of $75 million, it grossed around $351 million globally. The second part, directed by Jon M. Chu, was released in 2016 and cost about $120 million, grossing $335 million. It wasn’t as big a success as the first one, but it managed to gain enough popularity for a third part to be announced. However, there has been no significant progress on the project. Until now.
More than seven years after the release of the second installment, Now You See Me 3 is finally moving forward at Lionsgate. Read More