Two movies open in theaters this weekend promising romance for Valentine’s Day. But the real action is on television, with a pair of sequels, “Zombies 2” and “To All the Boys P.S. I Still Love You,” catering to a demographic where a sizable portion of the audience can’t even drive itself to the multiplex.
For most of animation’s history, there were no sequels. Disney didn’t rush out “Snow White and Eight Dwarfs,” or “Pinocchio 2: Stromboli Strikes Back.” About the best the studio would do is cheaper direct-to-video (yes, video) or DVD encores.
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By David Christopher Bell Published: February 22nd, 2018
One and done!
That’s the lesson some Hollywood studios and directors can learn from more than a few sequels that have hit theatres over the years.
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An overview of the most anticipated sequels being released by Hollywood in 2015. Rollo Ross reports.
By Luis Prada Published: December 30th, 2014