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Is Bret Easton Ellis writing American Psycho 2?

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Over the weekend, Bret Easton Ellis had an enthusiastic tweet-session as he pondered potential plans for a sequel to his cult novel American Psycho.

It all started with this tweet:

Then before anyone knew it, Ellis was spitballing ideas on what a modern-day Bateman would be like. What started as a joke soon turned into the suggestion that a sequel was actually in the offing, with Ellis contemplating a meet with his publishers after a heavy note-making session.

We've assembled some of his best tweets on what a 21st century Psycho might resemble:

What do you think? Would you like to read a sequel?

(Image: All Star)

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