The fifth Fast and Furious movie (trailer above), Fast Five, hasn't even been released yet and they're already thinking about a sixth movie??
In the fifth movie, Dwayne Johnson plays a Federal Agent who hunts down Dom and Brian, played by Vin Diesel and Paul Walker.
Producers say that they're already banking on this film being a hit and are looking to make a sixth film that will focus on Dwayne's character.
Producer Neal Moritz says:
"Vin and I have had numerous conversations about what that might be. And we're starting to get serious about it right now. We just finished the movie like 4 or 5 weeks ago and we just needed a break, and now we're gonna start focusing on that."
Is this really necessary? Do we need a sixth F&F??
Tags: bad sequels, dwayne johnson, fast and furious, fast and furious 6, fast five, paul walker
We have a better question: Why is there going to be a Valentine's Day sequel?
But Hollywood is obsesssed with ensemble rom-coms, so we guess there is nothing to be done to stop it. At least they are being smart about casting!
Sources who are close to the project say that none of the original cast members are being invited back for the flick, with the exception of Hector Elizondo and Taylor Swift. The execs are hoping that she'll come back and reprise her character, who is now enrolled at NYU.
But what about Taylor Lautner? Will he be back as her beefy BF?
Sadly, the consensus is "no." Tay Tay just has too much stuff going on right now to fit in doing a mediorce movie like this.
Sad! We were really hoping for a Taylor-Squared reunion!
P.S. - The name of the sequel to Valentine's Day is New Years Eve. How many holidays do you think Garry Marshall will get through before he finally takes pity on us and stops?
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: bad sequels, garry marshall, new years eve, reunion, valentines day
Well this is a pretty fast turn around!
Regardless of its shiteous reviews, the 3D
mind-numbing spectacle Clash of the Titans has done so well - $388.8 million - that a sequel is already in the works for Spring of 2012!
Director Louis Leterrier isn't interested in returning, but Avatar hottie Sam Worthington will apparently be back to furrow is brow and kill things as Perseus.
The openly gay TV writer Greg Berlanti will develop the story while the studio hunts for a new screenwriter and director.
Ooh! Maybe he'll bring some HOMOlicious SEKSI fun to the story! It IS Greek mythology, so we don't see why not!!
What do U think?? Are U interested in seeing a second Clash of the Titans??
Tags: 3d, avatar, bad sequels, clash of the titans, gay, greek mythology, greg berlanti, louis leterrier, perseus, sam worthington
With the exception of its passable, extended opening, we think the world can agree that the Friday the 13th remake was pretty craptastic!
Studio bigwigs must have finally gotten some sense, and have nixed the proposed sequel, originally set to be released later this year!
According to producer Brad Fuller, "It is dead- not happening."
The recent horror remakes have been disasters! We're holding out hope for the new Nightmare on Elm Street, but that's all it is - hope!
R.I.P Jason Vorhees - for REALZ this time!!
Tags: a nightmare on elm st, bad sequels, brad fuller, dead, friday the 13th, horror, jason vorhees, movies, nixed, producer, remake
How many times can effing aliens attack the same planet??
Director Roland Emmerich is reportedly prepping for two sequels to the 1996 box office smash Independence Day, and Will Smith is attached to return!
Writer Dean Devlin is writing the script for the sci-fi explosion-fest, and as of now the films are set to be shot back to back in 2011.
We can't imagine this is going to work - the last two movies franchises shot back to back, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Matrix, were far less well-done than the originals!
Not to mention the aliens can't possibly attack on the fourth of July every year!! What the eff are they going to be called?? Arbour Day and Cinco de Mayo??
What do U think?? Are U excited for new Independence Day movies?
Tags: aliens, arbour day, bad sequels, cinco de mayo, dean devlin, explosions, independence day, pirates of the caribbean, roland emmerich, sci-fi, the matrix