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What movie would you really love to see a sequal of that doesn't have one?
I want a sequal to Spaceballs. That movie was hilarious and even suggested a sequal in the movie it's self "Spaceballs: The Search For More Money".
They should do a Spaceballs trilogy. I would like to see another Blade Runner film. I hear Ridley Scott is in beginning stages of either a sequel or a prequel. I also would like to see another Goonies film.
You know I've never seen Blade Runner. I would check out a Goonies sequel.
'Reservoir Dogs : The Next Generation'. LOL But seriously, how about 'No Country For Old Men'? That one got left hanging in the air.
I didn't see either one of those. How would you rate them from 1-10?
Daredevil was about 7 and Elektra was a 7. Both had cool abilities.
Daredevil vs King Pin and Elektra(assassin-high paid turn hero) vs The Hand.
Daredevil was blind, but could see vibrations(sounds-all sorts of them).
Elektra has the ability to mentally communicate, see future events and even raise the dead through a love touch.
Elektra isn't getting a sequel, but Fox is currently working on a sequel to Daredevil believe it or not. From what I researched, everyone is getting recast, and David Slade is directing it. The story apparently focuses on the story line after King Pin discovers Daredevil's identity, and how he makes his life an utter living hell afterwards. Apparently, all sources indicate this new sequel will be much darker and grittier than the last film; which has led some people to speculate it'll be a reboot instead. However, David Slade and many representatives at Fox still say it's more along the lines of a sequel. You can take that for whatever it's worth, but that's what my sources tell me.
Sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird:
Cooking Birds with Scout
Sequel to Finding Nemo:
Sequel to Old Yeller:
Old Yeller II: The Revenge
Sequel to Swiss Family Robinson:
Sequel to Cinderella:
Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater
Mel Brooks should make a sequel to "History of the World Part 1" because...I WANT TO SEE HITLER ON ICE DAMN IT! j/k Plus, he promised us a chance to see...JEWS IN SPACE!
by AaronHubb894 years ago
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by Alem Belton14 months ago
Ben Affleck is the next Batman. How do you feel about that?Well the "Man of Steel" sequel has a new Batman......Ben Affleck. Yeah the guy from "Daredevil". At least they picked an...
by Captain Redbeard6 years ago
Ryan Renyolds did for Green Lantern as Ben Affleck did for Daredevil and Jennifer Gardner did for Electra. The only redeeming factor for this movie was Peter Sarsgaard portrayal of Hector Hammond. Again another sleeper...
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