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What original movie should their be a sequel or prequel too? Why?
- ?Lv 52 months agoFavourite answer
Deep Rising (1998) and Dawn of the Dead (2004). They both have very open endings that should have a sequel.
- Anonymous1 month ago
A prequel to both Star Wars Episode 1 (how Yoda and Emperor Palpatine developed and the very beginning of Jedi and Siths; but not from Disney, please) and The Hobbit (how Sauron developed)
- DAVID 4 LIFELv 61 month ago
I'd like to see a sequel to beetlejuice because I want to see Michael Keaton in that role again, they've been teasing it for years and it's time to deliver.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Ex Machina. It could be like a Frankenstein movie, a relative of Nathan has inherited his house and work shop and finds his records/notes and decides to build another Ava. The new one could go in search of the original Ava.
- KennyLv 72 months ago
A Boy and His Dog, What will happen to his girlfriend ?
- UserLv 72 months ago
Some of my favorites that I think would benefit from a well-done sequel:
- Brave (in my opinion one of the best Disney animated films ever, I'm sure she can unwisely stick herself into yet another very difficult situation...)
- Doctor Dolittle (the original musical, not those Eddie Murphy movies that didn't even pretend to follow the books)
- Lost Horizon - yeah, a lot of people don't like this one, but I saw it as a kid and thought it was great
- When Worlds Collide - even though (again) the movie didn't do the novel justice, there is a sequel novel, and if they followed it more-or-less exactly...
- The Sword in the Stone - another great Disney classic, though the "sequel" novel isn't really a sequel, it's still astoundingly well-written, and if the novel were followed in a three - or better yet, six - part "-logy", it would be pretty remarkable
(unlike the typical movie, Disney followed the extremely humorous novel fairly closely, mostly making omissions rather than huge sweeping alterations that we typically see in book-based movies)
- KathyLv 72 months ago
There not their. Gone With the Wind should have had a sequel.