Over at Showbiz411, they are reporting that during the premiere of his new movie, Flight, director Robert Zemeckis still has his eyes set on a Roger Rabbit sequel. According to the site, "Zemeckis told me last night that, although he’s sad about the retirement of Bob Hoskins, he has a “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” ready to go. The brilliant 1988 combination live action and animation film has been begging for a sequel forever. “I have a script at Disney, and we’re just waiting for all the executive changes to settle down there,” Zemeckis told me. If I know Alan Horn, that’s a project he’ll get moving quickly. What great news!"
Great news indeed. We keep hearing rumors now and then, and it's been a long time since one has popped up. It seems the director has not given up on the project - Stay Tooned!