Top 10 Cancelled Movie Sequels
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Planned sequels that were scrapped and abandoned by movie studios, sometimes because their parent films underperformed, sometimes because it just didn’t work out. WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Cancelled Movie Sequels. But what will top our list? The follow up to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire? The third Ghostbusters instalment? Or the young adult adaptation The Golden Compass: The Subtle Knife? Watch to find out!

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00:41 #10. “The Mortal Instruments City of Ashes”
01:56 #9. “Green Lantern 2”
02:52 #8. “Dredd 2”
03:48 #7. “Who Discovered Roger Rabbit”
04:50 #6. “Fantastic Four 2”
05:52 #5. “Gump and Co.”
07:05 #4. “The Amazing SpiderMan 3”
08:03 #3, #2, #1 ????

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  1. Lol and all the fans told the studios way before filming started that
    fantastic 4 remake was going to flop as they weren’t sticking to the comics

  2. Sequels are only needed when there are important things and questions to be
    answered or some clear open ending …. the same with remakes and reboots
    especially if the previous movies were very good. For example Mummy movie
    with Tom Cruise … they couldn’t wait even 20 years for their remake. :((

  3. Mojo… Come up with a new style. Aren’t you and everyone else tried of the
    2-3 sentence and then video/audio clip formula?

    Come on, guys.

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