Where ever Disney goes next, it should follow George Lucas’ lead and steal ideas from other non-Star Wars stories.
The new 'Grudge' movie inspired us to do some very complicated math.
After Lucasfilm asked them for Star Wars or Indiana Jones ideas, the writers slammed the studio for refusing to take risks.
The follow-up, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this week, was so flawed it now feels transcendent.
'Dishonored 2' was everything I hoped it would be, but now I'm realizing how much less I enjoyed it than the original.
Nothing about 'Spelunky' suggested it ever needed a sequel, and yet, we're getting one. It's playing with some interesting fire.
Goldblum will reprise his role as chaos theorist Ian Malcolm in the next instalment of the franchise. But his track record with sequels is sketchy.
Another Homefront? A second Dead Island proper? We can't have a new Burnout, but these sequels get the green light? The fuck is happening, video games?
Hollywood is drowning in nostalgia and milking every franchise known to man, and now it's coming for 'Beetlejuice.' It's time to take a stand.
Does that mean the sequel's plot will be some sort of John Henry-esque tale of an aging Maverick coming out of retirement to go head-to-head in a battle royale of man versus drone?