A third Human Centipede film is due to be made despite the previous entry in the series failing to pass UK censors.
Dutch director Tom Six told Empire magazine that he was planning to go ahead with the a third film, titled Final Sequence.
The first Human Centipede film revolved around a mad doctor who sewed together three hostages to create the titular centipede.
Although a divisive and shocking film, it scraped past the censors. The same could not be said of the 2011 sequel Human Centipede: Full Sequence, which was rejected by the British Board of Film Classification.
The BBFC cited the film's "graphic images of sexual violence and mutilation" as well as its focus on the protagonist's "depraved sexual fantasy" as its reason for denying a rating, which meant that the film could not be legally distibuted in the UK.
It was finally released with an 18 certificate after 32 cuts were made.
Six told Empire that the third film would make Full Sequence "look like a Disney film".