Speaking with Indiewire, Zemeckis stated that despite Bob Hoskins' recent retirement from acting and the various personnel changes happening within Disney's executive office, the sequel still remains alive. That been said, Zemeckis is currently leaving it up to Disney as to whether or not they want to move forward with the project.
"I'm not planning any sequel. All I know is there is a draft for a sequel sitting at Disney," Zemeckis said. "It's good, but I don't know what's going on, it's just a great script sitting."
A prequel was commissioned back in the Michael Eisner Disney era. With an expanding budget that surpassed more than Disney was comfortable working with, Eisner put the brakes on the film's development. It has been sitting in limbo ever since.
Are you hoping Disney gets the ball rolling on a Roger Rabbit sequel or are you content with Zemeckis' 1988 classic standing on its own?