When MTV News caught up with 'Paranormal Activity' star Micah Sloat in March, the actor seemed to hint that both he and co-star Katie Featherston would return for the sequel to last year's record-breaking hit. "All I can tell you is I'm very excited for the project, it's really cool, it's gonna be really interesting and it's not gonna suck, which most horror sequels would," he said.
Not so fast, Mr. Sloat, because nothing seems to be settled at this point. Featherston herself is completely in the dark about "Paranormal Activity" plans and unsure if she'll be asked reprise her role as a young woman who becomes possessed by a demon.
"I don't know. I'm waiting to hear," the actress told MTV News recently. "If they had a way to put me in there in a way that would be reasonable and make sense — I don't know how they'd do that — I'd definitely be down for it. If I get that phone call, I will be there. I will be scared or happy or whatever they want me to be."
According to Featherston, Michael R. Perry is still at work on the script and the actors are waiting to hear how they might be involved, if at all.
"[Original director] Orin [Peli] and I keep in touch," she said. "Micah and I keep in touch. After working with the producers for so long, I grab lunch with Steven [Schneider] or Jason [Blum]. I know they are working on things. The truth is, I don't press them for a lot of info because I trust that they'll do it right. I just gotta wait with the rest of everybody and see what cool stuff they come up with."
"I'm excited and I can't wait to see what the team does with it and I soon as I know, I'll tell everyone," she added. "I'm not one to keep my mouth shut."