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Warning: spoilers for Alita: Battle Angel are in play. If you haven’t seen the film yet, and want to remain unspoiled, adjust your dial back to the 21st century and return to the present day.
It’s been over a year since Alita: Battle Angel’s ending enticed viewers with the first hints at where a potential sequel could go. While writer/director Robert Rodriguez’s fan favorite adaptation only scratches the surface of author Yukito Kishiro’s landmark manga Gunnm (also known as Battle Angel Alita), the ending could be seen as both a fitting finale to the journey of Alita (Rosa Salazar), as well as a launching pad to something greater.