Saturday, June 12, 2010

More Sequels That Didn't Make the First List...

Well, I finished my previous sequels post and was suddenly bombarded by more sequels and movie news. So here's a sequel (ha ha, that's a good joke considering that I'm writing about sequels and... I... it's about... I... oh, nevermind) to the last post.

Goonies 2 - At a recent 25th anniversary celebration for the first film, Director Richard Donner made a statement that there will be a sequel to The Goonies with as much of the original cast as possible.
Starfighter - How many of you remember (or have even heard of) The Last Starfighter? It's a film about a kid who beats a video game and aliens come to utilize his skills in a space battle. Well, there is a sequel on the way. The end.
Three Men and a Bride - From baby to little lady to bride, we just can't get enough of Steve Guttenberg, Tom Selleck, and Ted Dansen attempting to properly father a little girl.
Spider-man 4 - Rumors are bouncing back and forth about what the next Spider-man movie will be; a sequel or a franchise reboot?
Men in Black 3 - Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are suiting up to fight aliens once again.
Clash of the Titans 2 - Despite how bad the first movie was, it has made enough money to boast a sequel... but what will it be about?...and will we care?
Avatar 2 - James Cameron has said that the first film was an introduction to a small piece of Pandora; now he wants to take us further into Pandora and possibly further into space.
The Bourne Legacy - We are hoping that this film will include Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass (director of Supremacy and Ultimatum) since it is being penned by Tony Gilroy, writer of all three previous films.
Fantastic Four (Reboot) - Fantastic Four and Silver Surfer sucked, so let's pretend those two movies didn't happen and just start back over and see if we can get it right this time.
Oz, the Great and the Powerful - A prequel to The Wizard of Oz focusing mainly on the Wizard.
Happy Feet 2 -  Apparently we didn't respond to the "Save the Penguins" subliminal (or not) message in the first one, so they must release another movie.

1 comment:

  1. Oh I remember The Last Star Fighter alright. And a Goonies 2....? Hmmm I don't know. It's hard to recapture the heart and the cheesiness of the 80's. I wish they would stop trying.