At the "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" premiere earlier this month, 18-year-old star, Demi Lovato commented on the possibility of creating the franchise into a trilogy:
"I would love to see a third film, and releasing it theatrically would be a good step."
Although the 3rd sequel hasn't yet been confirmed, celebrity blogger, Zack Taylor has said that it's "99%" for a third and final film, likely to be released in theatres in summer 2012.
Taylor also commented that he is "excited to see where the executives will take the third film" if it does happen, and that if creators do put the third film into production, it will likely be filmed in summer 2011.
Starring Demi Lovato as Mitchie Torres and the Jonas Brothers as Shane, Nate, and Jason, "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" was debuted on September 3rd on the Disney Channel at 8 PM, with over 8 million viewers tuning in for the premiere event. The number made it television's No. 1 Labor Day weekend telecast ever among kids aged 6-11 and tweens aged 9-14.
In a press release, the Disney company announced that if the second film had been released in theatres, it would have made around $63 million during opening night, if tickets were sold at the nationwide average of $7.95, and that's just counting the american viewers. The film would've made up to about $100 million during opening night including the canadian theatres, as it premiered at 8 PM on the canadian network, the Family Channel at the same time it premiered on the Disney Channel in the U.S.
So do you want to see a third Camp Rock film? Leave your opinion below, and be sure to catch the premiere of "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" on September 18th in the U.K. and be sure to buy the extended version DVD of the film in stores today in Canada/U.S.