There may be. There may not be. They didn’t originally set out to make a trilogy of films. They made the second film for themselves, really. Each of the first two films only made $5 million. But the films got a cult-like following on DVD. And then every time Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, or director Richard Linklater would do interviews or talk with fans, they would be asked about these films. Really, this third film is because of the fans demanding it.
So in a long winded response to your question — there could be another one in another decade, if history is any indicator. Every film has ended where it could be a stand alone or that it could also lend itself to a sequel. That’s been the beauty of them. I could go on and on talking about this series.
She rolled her eyes. But it’s okay, because it’s my birthday week, so she has to put up with my stupid random thoughts.