Top 10 Sequels That Did Not Do Well

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6. Happily Ever After

A famous animation studio decided that it would be a good idea to make sequels to successful Disney films. This one was a sequel to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and even though it had an impressive star cast, nobody liked it. The studio then decided to cancel Pinocchio and the Emperor of The Night and saved themselves from losing a ton of money.


7. It Runs in the Family

This film was a sequel to A Christmas Story. The plot was vague and senseless and did not star any of the original cast members. If you want to watch a good Christmas movie, rent the original.


8. Scarlett

Scarlett was a sequel to the legendary film Gone with the Wind but was featured in the form of a miniseries which was 8 hours long. Even though people liked it, it did not hold a torch to the original. It is still worth a watch though, if you have nothing else to do.


9. Sahara

This sequel came out a few years after the original, Raise the Titanic. The star cast was okay but a lot of money was spent on the movie and not all of it could be recovered.


10. The Queen

The Queen, released in 2006, is semi-popular but what many people don’t know is that it is a sequel to the 2003 film The Deal. Michael Sheen stars in both movies and both have been written and directed by Peter Morgan and Stephen Frears respectively.

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