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Old 07-15-2015, 11:25 AM   #136
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There was supposed to be a "prequel" to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, which of course was never made.
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Bob Clark, who directed the 1974 horror classic Black Christmas, talked about wanting to do a sequel, ironically called Halloween, with Billy the killer returning to stalk and slash up more people on the holiday. But it never happened and four years later, John Carpenter's Halloween arrived.
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Superman producer Ilya Salkind and actor Christopher Reeve weren’t happy with the way Superman III and Superman IV turned out. A storyline for a possible Superman V was developed. Brainiac would be the villain of the film, and in it, he would shrink Metropolis. Aware that Clark Kent/Superman is still in the shrunken city, Brainiac, miniaturizing himself, heads into town to bring him down. And he does – in the third act, Superman would have died (though he would’ve been reborn shortly after as a mortal). It never happened, in part because Salkind lost the rights to the Superman character.
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that sounds like it would have been great! Shame they never made it.
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are you sure that's right? Because I know they were going to make a sequel and Bob Hoskins was also going to be in it; maybe that's what you're thinking of?
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STAR TREK VI was originally going to have a different story, it was going to start by showing graduation day at Starfleet academy with Capt. James Kirk as the guest speaker since Kirk, Spock, McCoy etc. are now celebrities. After he gives his talk, he takes questions from the audience. Someone ask him how did he & Spock first meet and why have they remained such good friends all those years. Kirk says "Well, it's like this..." then the movie flashes back to show a young James Kirk growing up on his farm in Iowa, he's just applied to Starfleet and is nervously awaiting a response. He gets it and is accepted (obviously )
One day he's walking across the campus when he sees a group of students teasing a cadet for being a half Vulcan. He puts a stop to it and that's how he meets Spock.

I forget what the rest of it was going to be, but in the last scene Kirk, Spock & McCoy are talking about something then Kirk says for the first time in Star Trek the line that some people associate with it but was never said "Beam me up Scotty!" and they all beam out.
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Just before the closing credits of 1984's The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimensionthere was an announcement for the next installment: Buckaroo Banzai Against the World Crime League.' But it was never made.
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Roland Emmerich Scrapped Early Independence Day Sequel about Peace
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It took Roland Emmerich 20 years to return to the original Independence Day, finally following up his 1996 blockbuster with the upcoming Independence Day: Resurgence. But while Resurgence may be the first Independence Day sequel to make it to the big screen, it isn’t Emmerich’s first attempt.

The director is serving as a guest editor for Empire online this week, and to kick off his tenure, he answered a slew of reader questions about Independence Day and his wide-ranging career.





In one answer, he discussed how he and original Independence Day writer Dean Devlin tried to pen a sequel script in the early 2000s, only to ultimately scrap it.

It was after 9/11 and Dean and I wanted to make the movie about peace, and it just didn’t work. There’s still an element of that in the new one, but that version was only about that. We shoot aliens down accidentally and then at the end of the movie they land on the White House lawn and say ‘we come in peace’ and that was it.

It was just too weak an idea and we didn’t really want to do it. It didn’t have an Independence Day feel. Only the alien ship was destroyed!






Emmerich also addressed why it took him 20 years to make a sequel — and why he changed his mind about never returning to the world of Independence Day.

I’d never planned to make a sequel — I always felt that Independence Day was a standalone film. But over the years I realized how iconic the film had become for people and I was repeatedly asked by 20th Century Fox to do it. What really did it was just how amazing film technology is these days and how restricted I felt in ‘95/’96 when I did the original one.

But it’s not a traditional sequel.


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Suprised noone mentioned TMNT IV. I don't know if any of the cast was coming back, but concept art was made and it was advertised in magazines and toys. The turtles were supposed to have some kinda mutations I think, Shredder was back, and a 5th turtle called Kirby was supposed to be in it.
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are you sure that's right? Because I know they were going to make a sequel and Bob Hoskins was also going to be in it; maybe that's what you're thinking of?

Maybe. I don't remember where I heard it.
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at the end of Mel Brooks "HISTORY OF THE WORLD PART 1" there's a "trailer" for a sequel to it that was never made.
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The 3rd book in The Civil War trilogy, The Last Full Measure, has yet to receive a film adaptation.

Gettysburg (1993), based off of The Killer Angels, was met with widespread acclaim and is regarded as a cinematic masterpiece.

Director Ronald F. Maxwell, and some of the Gettysburg cast, returned 10-years later for the prequel Gods and Generals, but this film was a bust. Gods and Generals ended with a sequence saying that the story will continue in the 3rd film, but there has been no progress at all on the final film.
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at the end of Mel Brooks "HISTORY OF THE WORLD PART 1" there's a "trailer" for a sequel to it that was never made.

I always thought that was a joke, like the promise for Airplane III at the end of Airplane II.
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I heard that Nickelodeon Movies and Paramount Pictures was gonna make a sequel to Good Burger called Good Burger 2 Go but the sequel never happened to appear and the only info released of the Good Burger sequel was a book of Good Burger 2 Go
Why was Good Burger 2 Go shelved suddenly?
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There were several versions of Godfather Part III attempted before the released version came out in 1990, including ones rumored to star John Travolta and Sylvester Stallone.
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