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2013-01-28 10:19:26 AM
I only looked at the first couple pages but what can I say, from a money making standpoint most of them make sense. Except....

Disney now owns the rights to the Indiana Jones franchise

If Shia LeBeof puts on a fedora, you will be reading about me in the news the next day.
 
2013-01-28 10:23:21 AM
Dear god, they are making another American Pie movie? Are they going to be getting drunk and banging in a retirement home, or what?
 
2013-01-28 10:28:13 AM
And, apparently, "in the works" means that someone has talked about it or mentioned it in passing.

For example;

Hancock
Director Peter Berg, while promoting his more-commercially-successful-than-you-might-think blockbuster Battleship last year admitted that a second Hancock film was still a distinct possibility. He's still interested in making another one, and reports that Will Smith is up for it too. It's finding a space in everyone's schedule that's apparently the ongoing problem.

"They're interested in doing a sequel" does not mean a sequel is in the works!

There are a few more examples in the list.
 
2013-01-28 10:29:26 AM
Seriously, there's a lot of "FARK THIS SHIAT!" sequels in the making.

"Casablanca 2", really? Why don't you go ahead and make "Citi...wait, fark Hollywood! I won't give them that idea.
 
2013-01-28 10:32:47 AM
Better than 111 movie reboots.
 
2013-01-28 10:34:21 AM
Three Men and a Baby 3? Really?
 
2013-01-28 10:37:36 AM

killro: Dear god, they are making another American Pie movie? Are they going to be getting drunk and banging in a retirement home, or what?


The only half way funny character in those movies besides Eugene Levy was Stiffler and if he's still acting like a high school douchebag at 35 it'll just be pathetic.

Austin Powers is played out unless they change it up to be a spoof on the Bourne films with a lot of shaky cam and Myers attempting to play it straight and serious but ultimately failing.

For Terminator 5, I'm assuming given Arnold's age and the nature of the character, his part will be rendered through Pixar. I'm available, call me, guys.
 
2013-01-28 10:49:45 AM
FUN GAME FOR PEOPLE WHO DID NOT READ THE ARTICLE

It's time to play true or false sequel edition! I will list a few sequels and you tell say true or false! The purpose of which is to show how farking random this is. Hell, there are some sequels in the works that I know about that they didn't even list.

21 Jumpstreet 2
The Hurt Locker 2
10 Things I Hate About Life
Jackass 4
Finding Nemo 2
American Pie 5
Fast and Furious 7
Battleship 2
Triple X: XXX
Cars 3
Bad Santa 2
Shooter 2
Pedes: The Feet of Doom
Contagion 2

Have fun.
 
2013-01-28 10:56:18 AM
Many of those are never going to make it out of development, and a couple sound like they are already dead.
 
2013-01-28 11:02:02 AM
thecpt:

OK.

21 Jumpstreet 2 TRUE
The Hurt Locker 2 FALSE
10 Things I Hate About Life TRUE
Jackass 4 TRUE
Finding Nemo 2
TRUE (straight to video)
American Pie 5 FALSE (or TRUE, straight to video with a different cast)
Fast and Furious 7 TRUE
Battleship 2 FALSE
Triple X: XXX TRUE
Cars 3
TRUE (straight to video)
Bad Santa 2 FALSE
Shooter 2 FALSE
Pedes: The Feet of Doom NEVER HEARD OF  IT, is that a prequel to Manos: The Hands of Fate?
Contagion 2
TRUE (straight to video)
 
2013-01-28 11:12:10 AM

Mugato:
Pedes: The Feet of Doom NEVER HEARD OF  IT, is that a prequel to Manos: The Hands of Fate?


www.sabotagetimes.com
"Nah, man, it's about me buying a new pair of shoes."
 
2013-01-28 11:12:46 AM
When did a movie that makes 300 million dollars become "not very successful"??
 
2013-01-28 11:16:14 AM
Tremors is one of the best B movies ever made.

Even the sequels were pretty darn good for what they are, low budget monster movies.
 
2013-01-28 11:16:55 AM
Dumb and Dumber To is really the only one I'm interested in.

Well, maybe that and another Bourne film. HOWEVER, I do wish that Paul Greengrass (or whatever) would not direct. What kind of idiot actually enjoys that shaky cam style of filmmaking?
 
2013-01-28 11:27:39 AM
jesus, yet another Resident Evil movie? I feel sorry for Paul and Milla.
 
2013-01-28 11:37:31 AM
I really liked Goon, but Jay Baruchel was the worst part. He wasn't an endearing character, just an annoying one. I could even get past the overuse of the F word, but I was hoping for his character to be on screen the least.
 
2013-01-28 11:39:40 AM
Avatar 2 is going to fail. It'll take money, but nowhere near what the first took. The Avatar sequels will be like the Matrix sequels, people will be saying they shouldn't have bothered.

/Of course The Matrix was actually good, and not just 3D gimmick.
 
2013-01-28 11:46:54 AM

Flint Ironstag: Avatar 2 is going to fail. It'll take money, but nowhere near what the first took. The Avatar sequels will be like the Matrix sequels, people will be saying they shouldn't have bothered.

/Of course The Matrix was actually good, and not just 3D gimmick.


I don't know that the sequels will surpass the original's box office, however they will likely be wildly successful. You may not like Avatar or Cameron, but he knows how to hit the sweet spot when it comes to making movies with mass appeal.
 
2013-01-28 11:46:58 AM
The Raid 2
...to be set just two hours after the events of the first movie...

Hell yeah. This is one of the few on the list I'm psyched for.
 
2013-01-28 11:48:48 AM

Frogmug: The Raid 2
...to be set just two hours after the events of the first movie...

Hell yeah. This is one of the few on the list I'm psyched for.


The budget amazed me. The first movie was that cheap? They're only putting down that much for another one?

Still, can't wait.
 
2013-01-28 11:56:25 AM

Mugato: thecpt:

OK.

21 Jumpstreet 2 TRUE
The Hurt Locker 2 FALSE
10 Things I Hate About Life TRUE
Jackass 4 TRUE
Finding Nemo 2 TRUE (straight to video)
American Pie 5 FALSE (or TRUE, straight to video with a different cast)
Fast and Furious 7 TRUE
Battleship 2 FALSE
Triple X: XXX TRUE to be fair I missed it the first time, made it up, then saw this was true later
Cars 3 TRUE (straight to video)
Bad Santa 2 FALSE
Shooter 2 FALSE
Pedes: The Feet of Doom NEVER HEARD OF  IT, is that a prequel to Manos: The Hands of Fate? (I made it up)
Contagion 2 TRUE (straight to video)Impressive

 
2013-01-28 11:56:47 AM

MayoSlather: Flint Ironstag: Avatar 2 is going to fail. It'll take money, but nowhere near what the first took. The Avatar sequels will be like the Matrix sequels, people will be saying they shouldn't have bothered.

/Of course The Matrix was actually good, and not just 3D gimmick.

I don't know that the sequels will surpass the original's box office, however they will likely be wildly successful. You may not like Avatar or Cameron, but he knows how to hit the sweet spot when it comes to making movies with mass appeal.


He's made some great films, not knocking Cameron. But Avatar was a dire, by the numbers, cliché filled film. (Just happens to meet a girl, just happens to fall for her, she just happens to be the chiefs daughter, who just happens to be due to marry a nasty guy..... When she said "Only three people have ever tamed that animal" I would have bet my house that Sully would be the forth. Not a single thing happened in that film that was remotely surprising or original.)
The 3D gimmick/craze was its only selling point, and 3D is fading away.
 
2013-01-28 11:58:00 AM

omahatattoo: I really liked Goon, but Jay Baruchel was the worst part. He wasn't an endearing character, just an annoying one. I could even get past the overuse of the F word, but I was hoping for his character to be on screen the least.


Well said, those were my only complaints as well.
 
2013-01-28 11:58:21 AM

Flint Ironstag: Not a single thing happened in that film that was remotely surprising or original.)


And now you know why it made a billion bucks (which is the goal of any commercial filmmaker, sorry)
 
2013-01-28 12:01:14 PM
There are several movies on that list I actually am hoping to see come true as well as others I know are coming out. Like Bond, the Superhero movies, xXx 3, Star Trek and Star Wars Ep 7. But there are several listed that I want to see made and know I am one of the few that want to see sequels to these.

Alice In Wonderland 2
Blade Runner 2
Bourne 5
Cloverfield 2
Indiana Jones 5 (Minus that annoying monkey swinging Ricky in the 4th movie)
Jurassic Park 4 (I want a movie with dinosaurs eating people)
Mad Max: Fury Road
Pacific Rim 2 (Giant Robots for the Win!)
Prometheus 2 (Huge fan of the Alien-verse)
Riddick (About damn time this one is being made)
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
TRON 3
World War Z 2 (if the first one is done right, we can have an episodic movie series with different characters telling their tales)
Zombieland 2 (Movie or TV series... give me more zombie kills of the week!)
 
2013-01-28 12:13:32 PM
I'm kind of hoping for another Salt. I'm a sucker for the Russian spy shiat.

I was initially looking forward to it, but after seeing An Unexpected Journey, the Hobbit trilogy can suck my balls.

/seriously Jackson, hire a farking editor.
 
2013-01-28 12:16:31 PM

texdent: Three Men and a Baby 3? Really?


I thought the JoePa/Jerry Sandusky/ McQueary movie was going to be called "Happy Valley"
 
2013-01-28 12:17:21 PM

fearthebunnyman: /seriously Jackson, hire a farking editor.


Heh, I say that after every one of his movies since the 1st LOTR (didn't see Heavenly Creatures).
 
2013-01-28 12:27:01 PM
Monsters was a great setup with absolutely no delivery and an ending stolen directly from an episode of ST:TNG.
 
2013-01-28 12:35:36 PM
Meh. Some of these have been "in development" for years, if not now decades -- such as Ghostbusters 3 and Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2 -- and it seems highly unlikely they're going to happen.

Also, this has to be a joke:

The King's Speech 2

Colin Firth is reportedly set to reprise his Oscar-winning role as King George VI in a follow-up to The King's Speech. The new movie is in very early development apparently, and Geoffrey Rush would also be set to return. The new movie will be set during the Blitz, and director Tom Hooper - currently enjoying success with Les Miserables - is reportedly interested too.


What are they going to do, claim he was more important in the British war effort as Winston Churchill?
 
2013-01-28 12:36:24 PM

Mr. Cat Poop: Monsters was a great setup with absolutely no delivery and an ending stolen directly from an episode of ST:TNG.


Way too slow and the relationship/revelation didn't feel genuine. Plus it had an awful misleading trailer.
 
2013-01-28 01:00:28 PM
they missed one. red 2 is coming out this year. (you know, with bruce willis, john malkovich, and helen mirren.)
 
2013-01-28 01:14:09 PM
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enderthexenocide: they missed one. red 2 is coming out this year. (you know, with bruce willis, john malkovich, and helen mirren.)


Red 5 standing by
 
2013-01-28 01:21:32 PM

Madbassist1: When did a movie that makes 300 million dollars become "not very successful"??


The same day they started making comedies with a 100 million dollar budget
 
2013-01-28 01:28:58 PM
please make District 9 sequel..
 
2013-01-28 01:33:42 PM

RaiderFanMikeP: please make District 9 sequel..


Only direction that a sequel can go is if they have the aliens come back and bomb the everloving fark out of Earth
 
2013-01-28 01:46:16 PM

Fano: Renderthexenocide: they missed one. red 2 is coming out this year. (you know, with bruce willis, john malkovich, and helen mirren.)

Red 5 standing by


I hope Red 2 wasn't Porkins.

And what's with the guy with the porn mustache telling him to eject? Where is he going to eject to? You're in a spaceship over the Death Star. Asshole.
 
2013-01-28 01:49:53 PM

Fano: Renderthexenocide: they missed one. red 2 is coming out this year. (you know, with bruce willis, john malkovich, and helen mirren.)

Red 5 standing by


Watch your back Gold Leader!
 
2013-01-28 02:05:58 PM

fearthebunnyman: I'm kind of hoping for another Salt. I'm a sucker for the Russian spy shiat.

I was initially looking forward to it, but after seeing An Unexpected Journey, the Hobbit trilogy can suck my balls.

/seriously Jackson, hire a farking editor.


I thought King Kong was way too long, but for some reason, I can't get enough LotR or Hobbit. They just don't feel like movies to me...more like a mini-series or tv show. I'm not even a fan of the books, either (although I have read them). But even if I didn't like the first hobbit movie (which I did, very much), I'd still have to go to see the next one for the Dragon. I would like to see a movie get a dragon right, for once.
 
2013-01-28 02:16:51 PM

bborchar: I thought King Kong was way too long


It took them like an hour just to get to the farking island. And Kong wouldn't farking die! He'd climb the building. Looks at the girl. Get shot. Fall a couple floors. Climb back up. Look at the girl. Get shot. Fall a ________
 
2013-01-28 03:09:04 PM

enderthexenocide: they missed one. red 2 is coming out this year. (you know, with bruce willis, john malkovich, and helen mirren.)


Oh good...I thought they were going to kill his new dog this time.
 
2013-01-28 03:15:00 PM
Catching Fire and The Girl Who Played With Fire are both part of a trilogy of novels, so they shouldn't be lumped in with the rest of the moneygrab dreck on that list.

/Still waiting for The Incredibles 2
 
2013-01-28 03:23:49 PM

Mugato: fearthebunnyman: /seriously Jackson, hire a farking editor.

Heh, I say that after every one of his movies since the 1st LOTR (didn't see Heavenly Creatures).


Heavenly Creatures is the best (serious) movie Jackson's made. The script is really tight, and the performances are great. You should definitely check it out.

/Dead Alive is the best non-serious movie.
 
2013-01-28 03:31:26 PM

Crewmannumber6: /Still waiting for The Incredibles 2


Seriously, what the ever-loving fark, Hollywood?

/shut up and take my money
 
2013-01-28 03:45:07 PM
The Smurfs 3

Sweet Freaking Jesus, there was a SMURFS 2???

Whole bunch of cringeworthy stuff on the list, but maybe, just maybe... Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm has kickstarted the return of the Star Wars franchise to the big screen, this time without George Lucas involved. I just really thought about the implications of the last part. Who knows? Maybe it will work. Of course, Disney could just go all Disney on it and fark it straight to shiat.

/Much like Lucas did anyway.
 
2013-01-28 03:49:29 PM

Flint Ironstag: Avatar 2 is going to fail. It'll take money, but nowhere near what the first took. The Avatar sequels will be like the Matrix sequels, people will be saying they shouldn't have bothered.

/Of course The Matrix was actually good, and not just 3D gimmick.


Avatar was good, I never watched in in 3D, but it is probably some of the best CGI/live acting mix that I have ever seen, and I liked the story. Yeah, I know it's been done before, but so has every OTHER movie ever made.

That said, I have not been excited for an Avatar sequel since I first heard about them. Seems like they closed up the storyline nicely the first time, which of course they do with pretty much EVERY movie they plan a sequel for... I just wish they'd leave it alone. It was nice, it's now over.

With the Matrix sequels, they really could have done something better. INstead, I get ne sequel I don't remember anything from, and one that I never watched past the first 45 minutes.
 
2013-01-28 04:07:14 PM

texdent: RaiderFanMikeP: please make District 9 sequel..

Only direction that a sequel can go is if they have the aliens come back and bomb the everloving fark out of Earth


Oh, I don't know about that. The ship that comes to Earth is obviously something of an oddity. It sure doesn't seem like it arrived intentionally with a specific purpose and had the feel of a refugee ship of sorts. It's implied that the alien that leaves is going to get help, but he doesn't know what waits for him, either. And some of the surviving scientists must now know that the fuel has strange properties as well. You could conceivably have a sequel that doesn't even address the alien that escaped or his return, but the rampant paranoia and preparation for it
 
2013-01-28 04:08:31 PM

Flint Ironstag: Avatar 2 is going to fail. It'll take money, but nowhere near what the first took. The Avatar sequels will be like the Matrix sequels, people will be saying they shouldn't have bothered.


This is James Cameron we're talking about. He turned down T3 because he couldn't see a story worth telling. His record is pretty phenomenal, from The Terminator to now, both critically and financially. He's also directed two of the best sequels ever.
 
2013-01-28 04:23:44 PM

farkeruk: Flint Ironstag: Avatar 2 is going to fail. It'll take money, but nowhere near what the first took. The Avatar sequels will be like the Matrix sequels, people will be saying they shouldn't have bothered.

This is James Cameron we're talking about. He turned down T3 because he couldn't see a story worth telling. His record is pretty phenomenal, from The Terminator to now, both critically and financially. He's also directed two of the best sequels ever.


He's going to have to come up with a good reason why the humans depicted in the movie, who had no qualms against using modern armor, infantry and air units against aliens who could fight back with bows and arrows, don't simply come back and drop a few rocks on them from orbit.
 
2013-01-28 04:43:17 PM
The list fails without , Starfighter and Serenity 2.
 
2013-01-28 04:52:18 PM

Eirik: farkeruk: Flint Ironstag: Avatar 2 is going to fail. It'll take money, but nowhere near what the first took. The Avatar sequels will be like the Matrix sequels, people will be saying they shouldn't have bothered.

This is James Cameron we're talking about. He turned down T3 because he couldn't see a story worth telling. His record is pretty phenomenal, from The Terminator to now, both critically and financially. He's also directed two of the best sequels ever.

He's going to have to come up with a good reason why the humans depicted in the movie, who had no qualms against using modern armor, infantry and air units against aliens who could fight back with bows and arrows, don't simply come back and drop a few rocks on them from orbit.


They could just put in a line about the Unobtanium is unstable and would be damaged by aerial attacks or nukes, something like that. Or make it political, like the way the USAF was never allowed to bomb Vietnam the way they wanted because of orders from the White House.

There's a trap that innovators fall into with their follow up project. Was it a hit because it was different, so they need to be even more different? Or was it good and so more of the same will do?
Cameron innovated the 3D (more or less) and the motion capture. Will Avatar 2 be the same? Or will he feel the need to innovate yet again and be different for the sake of being different?
Some viewers will see the first and say "This is not the same as the first one! It's rubbish!" and others will see the second and say "It's just like the first one! There's nothing new at all!"

It'll take money, probably a lot. But it won't be anywhere close to the first in box office. Which considering how much it will cost to make, and he's making 2 and 3 together, it will be considered a flop.
 
2013-01-28 05:06:01 PM
Jesus. Reading through that list is like trying to pick through a ton of dog shiat to find a couple of industrial-grade diamonds.
 
2013-01-28 05:19:32 PM

Mugato: bborchar: I thought King Kong was way too long

It took them like an hour just to get to the farking island. And Kong wouldn't farking die! He'd climb the building. Looks at the girl. Get shot. Fall a couple floors. Climb back up. Look at the girl. Get shot. Fall a ________


I thought 90% of that movie sucked ass. Shame on Peter Jackson for allowing the Brontosaurus stampede/I'm running on blocks that are falling off a cliff scene
 
2013-01-28 07:08:44 PM

parkerlewis: Mugato: bborchar: I thought King Kong was way too long

It took them like an hour just to get to the farking island. And Kong wouldn't farking die! He'd climb the building. Looks at the girl. Get shot. Fall a couple floors. Climb back up. Look at the girl. Get shot. Fall a ________

I thought 90% of that movie sucked ass. Shame on Peter Jackson for allowing the Brontosaurus stampede/I'm running on blocks that are falling off a cliff scene


I actually got so bored halfway through that movie that I got up and took a 15 minute break out in the lobby halfway through. I don't even remember that much of it anymore...I guess I've tried to cleanse it from my mind (or it really was just that boring).
 
2013-01-28 07:14:46 PM

yves0010: There are several movies on that list I actually am hoping to see come true as well as others I know are coming out. Like Bond, the Superhero movies, xXx 3, Star Trek and Star Wars Ep 7. But there are several listed that I want to see made and know I am one of the few that want to see sequels to these.

Alice In Wonderland 2
Blade Runner 2
Bourne 5
Cloverfield 2
Indiana Jones 5 (Minus that annoying monkey swinging Ricky in the 4th movie)
Jurassic Park 4 (I want a movie with dinosaurs eating people)
Mad Max: Fury Road
Pacific Rim 2 (Giant Robots for the Win!)
Prometheus 2 (Huge fan of the Alien-verse)
Riddick (About damn time this one is being made)
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
TRON 3
World War Z 2 (if the first one is done right, we can have an episodic movie series with different characters telling their tales)
Zombieland 2 (Movie or TV series... give me more zombie kills of the week!)


"...one of the few that want to see..." Do you know what those words mean when you arrange them in that order? Few? LOL!
 
2013-01-28 07:40:54 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: /Dead Alive is the best non-serious movie.


"I kick ass for the Lord!"

That's why I qualified it with his LOTR movies forward. In fact, I should revisit The Frighteners.

parkerlewis: I thought 90% of that movie sucked ass. Shame on Peter Jackson for allowing the Brontosaurus stampede/I'm running on blocks that are falling off a cliff scene


Lack of editing ability aside, it seemed as though he had an A-team and a C-team for the visuals. The close-ups of Kong's face were superb. Then there were dinosaurs running around that would have gotten the interns working on the original Jurassic Park fired.
 
2013-01-28 08:04:11 PM

Feral_and_Preposterous: yves0010: There are several movies on that list I actually am hoping to see come true as well as others I know are coming out. Like Bond, the Superhero movies, xXx 3, Star Trek and Star Wars Ep 7. But there are several listed that I want to see made and know I am one of the few that want to see sequels to these.

Alice In Wonderland 2
Blade Runner 2
Bourne 5
Cloverfield 2
Indiana Jones 5 (Minus that annoying monkey swinging Ricky in the 4th movie)
Jurassic Park 4 (I want a movie with dinosaurs eating people)
Mad Max: Fury Road
Pacific Rim 2 (Giant Robots for the Win!)
Prometheus 2 (Huge fan of the Alien-verse)
Riddick (About damn time this one is being made)
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
TRON 3
World War Z 2 (if the first one is done right, we can have an episodic movie series with different characters telling their tales)
Zombieland 2 (Movie or TV series... give me more zombie kills of the week!)

"...one of the few that want to see..." Do you know what those words mean when you arrange them in that order? Few? LOL!


Considering that there were 111 listed. Yes, that is a few. But Technicalities aside. It was one of those "Don't shop at a supermarket hungry" moments. Only thought of a few but kept adding more and more.
 
2013-01-29 02:10:22 AM
Jesus, dude who wrote this article, find a copy editor.
 
2013-01-29 02:18:07 AM
is it naive to think the actors and actresses will one day stand up and say "you know what, the world does not need this" or are they just that afraid of a day job? coke habit? help me understand.
 
2013-01-29 04:31:36 AM
Super excited for Pacific Rim. That movie is going to be great.

Not so excited about World War Z. Instead of using, oh, I dunno, any one of the stories from the book (or maybe Todd Wainio's narrative with other stories spliced in) we get fast zombies and Brad Pitt playing family man hero.
 
2013-01-29 05:10:49 AM

thecpt: Mr. Cat Poop: Monsters was a great setup with absolutely no delivery and an ending stolen directly from an episode of ST:TNG.

Way too slow and the relationship/revelation didn't feel genuine. Plus it had an awful misleading trailer.


Weird thing is that the couple is married IRL. I liked the movie -- not sure I see the need for a sequel, though.
 
2013-01-29 05:19:19 AM

Mr. Cat Poop: Monsters was a great setup with absolutely no delivery and an ending stolen directly from an episode of ST:TNG.


Out of curiosity, did you see it in the theater or at home? What the movie did with the ending / beginning was really kind of unfair. Because you don't really get what the "ending" to the movie is until you've gone back and rewatched the beginning, possibly more than once.
 
2013-01-29 08:26:16 AM

Skyrmion: Mr. Cat Poop: Monsters was a great setup with absolutely no delivery and an ending stolen directly from an episode of ST:TNG.

Out of curiosity, did you see it in the theater or at home? What the movie did with the ending / beginning was really kind of unfair. Because you don't really get what the "ending" to the movie is until you've gone back and rewatched the beginning, possibly more than once.


I saw it at home. I loved the beginning, and the part where they are stuck in the trucks was great, but I just didn't think they had a solid finish, and when I saw the love-bird tentacle holding aliens from Star Trek I wanted to throw a brick at my tv.
 
2013-01-29 08:26:40 AM

Flint Ironstag: It'll take money, probably a lot. But it won't be anywhere close to the first in box office. Which considering how much it will cost to make, and he's making 2 and 3 together, it will be considered a flop.


That's what people were saying about "Avatar" way way before it was ever released. It was mired in post-production, over budget, and Cemeron had just made Titanic...you know, the movie that had made more than any movie ever before it. They said Avatar was sure to be a disappointment.

I wouldn't write Cameron off, If I were you.
 
2013-01-29 09:54:10 AM

yves0010: There are several movies on that list I actually am hoping to see come true as well as others I know are coming out. Like Bond, the Superhero movies, xXx 3, Star Trek and Star Wars Ep 7. But there are several listed that I want to see made and know I am one of the few that want to see sequels to these.

Alice In Wonderland 2
Blade Runner 2
Bourne 5
Cloverfield 2
Indiana Jones 5 (Minus that annoying monkey swinging Ricky in the 4th movie)
Jurassic Park 4 (I want a movie with dinosaurs eating people)
Mad Max: Fury Road
Pacific Rim 2 (Giant Robots for the Win!)
Prometheus 2 (Huge fan of the Alien-verse)
Riddick (About damn time this one is being made)
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
TRON 3
World War Z 2 (if the first one is done right, we can have an episodic movie series with different characters telling their tales)
Zombieland 2 (Movie or TV series... give me more zombie kills of the week!)


That was originally what had been pitched (which is why "The Zombie Kill of the Week" was in there; it was literally going to be one every week, performed by the main characters). What started as the script for a TV pilot was stretched out and heavily revised to become a film, and since there were plenty of ideas floating around for the show, I'm sure they have plenty of options for sequel ideas. We're also probably going to get to hear the rest of Columbus' "rules" for survival.
 
2013-01-29 10:28:03 AM

PDXBishop: yves0010: There are several movies on that list I actually am hoping to see come true as well as others I know are coming out. Like Bond, the Superhero movies, xXx 3, Star Trek and Star Wars Ep 7. But there are several listed that I want to see made and know I am one of the few that want to see sequels to these.

Alice In Wonderland 2
Blade Runner 2
Bourne 5
Cloverfield 2
Indiana Jones 5 (Minus that annoying monkey swinging Ricky in the 4th movie)
Jurassic Park 4 (I want a movie with dinosaurs eating people)
Mad Max: Fury Road
Pacific Rim 2 (Giant Robots for the Win!)
Prometheus 2 (Huge fan of the Alien-verse)
Riddick (About damn time this one is being made)
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
TRON 3
World War Z 2 (if the first one is done right, we can have an episodic movie series with different characters telling their tales)
Zombieland 2 (Movie or TV series... give me more zombie kills of the week!)

That was originally what had been pitched (which is why "The Zombie Kill of the Week" was in there; it was literally going to be one every week, performed by the main characters). What started as the script for a TV pilot was stretched out and heavily revised to become a film, and since there were plenty of ideas floating around for the show, I'm sure they have plenty of options for sequel ideas. We're also probably going to get to hear the rest of Columbus' "rules" for survival.


I know it was originally going to be a TV series and I was excited to hear that it might become a TV series again. I really enjoyed the movie and I think a good horror comedy (Yes, there were parts that scared me (Farking Zombie Clown!!!!)) TV series is a must have for modern shows.

And I want to see if some of his rules change during the series. Like, Don't be a hero becomes Be a hero.
 
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