In an interview with Red Bull, Warren Spector mentioned that he would like to continue with the Epic Mickey franchise.
“I’d love to see the Disney Epic Mickey series continue – there are plenty of stories still to tell about Wasteland and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse! I’d love to see some Oswald games, where he’s on his own. He deserves a shot at solo stardom. Then there are the ‘duck’ games – Donald, Scrooge, etc – that are just waiting to be made. And a bunch of us at Junction Point have thoughts about Goofy and the Gremlins and a hundred others.”
While discussing the how the audio plays into the game he may have accidentally hinted at what direction the series would take if he were to continue the franchise.
When talking about the audio of the first game Spector said:
“We go a step further, changing the actual orchestration based on how you choose to deal with game challenges.”
The next evolution of the second game of course was the inclusion of the song and dance that Disney is quite known for, and Spector showed an interest in taking things forward another step:
“They’re not interactive – in THIS game – but using songs as storytelling tools seemed necessary for a game that claims to honor Disney’s creative history.”