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Sequels are awesome, plain and simple. Returning to familiar characters and worlds we love is like covering yourself with a warm blanket, although when a sequel is bad it can be like a blanket covered in potato bugs and lice. Studios love sequels because seven times out of ten they open huge, no matter how good they are.
With that in mind, here's 50 of your favorite titles all preparing to get new installments. Some of them are deep into pre-production while others have barely gotten out of the pitch stages, but you'll be salivating at the thought of some of these sweet babies finally making their way to the screen.
Status: The law of diminishing returns seems to have caught up to Paramount's annual license to print money, and even though the last "Paranormal" grossed half its predecessor, producer Jason Blum is gonna »
- Max Evry
Directed by: Tim Fehlbaum
For quite a while now, environmental horror has been the province of mostly North American productions. For some reason, the apocalypse just doesn't seem quite as popular in Europe. But that changes with Tim Fehlbaum's feature debut, the 2011 post-global warming potboiler, the rather amusingly titled Hell (in some parts of the world it's been released as the even more generic Apocalypse). Produced by Roland Emmerich (of course it is), Hell is a good deal less stupid than Emmerich's own 2012 or The Day After Tomorrow, but it never quite gets out of second gear.
A hurried text piece sets up the story: In 2016, a series of massive solar flares have raised the earth's temperature by 10 degrees Celsius and made the sun burn brighter than ever. »
- Dan Coyle aka Deadpool
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