Uwe Boll will return to the director's chair for The Rampage 2

Notorious filmmaker Uwe Boll has announced plans for a sequel to his controversial 2009 film, The Rampage.

Like its predecessor, The Rampage 2 will star Brendan Fletcher as an unhinged man driven to violent acts. Instead of centering on a bloody killing spree as in The Rampage, the sequel will see Fletcher's character taking hostages at a TV station, then using his captives as "a political platform to awaken humanity." According to the Hollywood Reporter, The Rampage 2 will be filmed over the course of a six-day shoot in British Columbia.

Word that Boll is working on The Rampage 2 comes only a few short months after the director attempted to fund a sequel to his film adaptation of Postal on Kickstarter. Unfortunately for Boll, that effort only raised $29,977 of the $500,000 he was seeking.

There is currently no word on when we can expect to see The Rampage 2 in theaters, though if the movie follows the same path as Boll's other recent films expect it to skip movie houses entirely and go straight to DVD.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.