Clarke wrote, produced and starred in the British sci-fi thriller, which was released in the UK last week.
Speaking to Digital Spy, he confirmed that although Storage 24 does end in a way that suggests the potential for a sequel, he and director Johannes Roberts didn't initially plan on this.
Asked whether he would consider a sequel, Clarke responded: "Yeah, I think so, but that was never the plan and the ending that's on the film now wasn't the original ending."
He went on to explain that his original ending involved a SWAT team, but they went with the theatrical ending chiefly due to budgetary concerns.
"It was cheaper to do what we did than pay 50 extras to run in with fake machine guns, weirdly, although it looks like it would be more expensive," Clarke added.
"It was never because we were looking for a sequel... but when we watched the final film and saw the ending, we both went, 'I want to know what happens next!' So yeah, hopefully."
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