Leonardo DiCaprio to join the Squid Game cast for the storyline beyond Season 2
The creator and director of the hugely popular Squid Game, Hwang Dong-Hyuk, is thinking about asking Leonardo DiCaprio to join the cast for the tale that will continue after Season 2, which will be released sometime in 2024. Hwang recently attended a press conference in Seoul when he was asked whether Hollywood actors might appear in Season 2 of Squid Game. He said that this was not in his plans for the next season, but he is open to the idea of adding more international talent to the ensemble in the future “if time or opportunities allow.”
While there won’t be any well-known Hollywood stars in the upcoming season, he indicated the chance still exists. Leonardo DiCaprio is a big fan of Squid Game, so maybe he’ll show up after Season 2. Season 2 will be set in Korea, but Season 3 might go to a new place. The Squid Game season 2 director also discussed his ideas and the release timeline, indicating that filming will commence in 2023 and that fresh episodes will premiere in 2024. “Season 2 will begin production the next year, and it will be released the year after,” he continued. Because of the first season’s popularity, Season 2 and maybe future seasons will have far bigger budgets.
The first segment of the program promised viewers a chance to win big money by competing in different kid-friendly games. The games’ huge stakes, often fatal, were the catch, though. Everyone is familiar with tug-of-war, which was one of the games in the inaugural season. Although the games planned for Season 2 have not yet been announced, Hwang claims that the list has been made. With 214 million global Netflix users, the first season was the largest streaming success of 2017. Following the popularity of season 1, the director announced that there might be a second season. However, unlike the first, it might not be primarily focused on the participants but rather on the Korean police.