The list of cancelled movie sequels you'll never see. These films have ceased development.more
The list of cancelled movie sequels you'll never see. These films have ceased development.
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The continued adventures of double-agent Evelyn Salt. Kurt Wimmer, the writer on Salt, has not written a script, but "has ideas for how to advance the story of the spy thriller" according to L.A. Times. Sony will or will not greenlight the sequel based on the worldwide box office success of Salt.
Dudley Frank (William H. Macy) is due to marry Maggie. The boys decide to take Dudley out for one last ride.
Revolves around former United Nations investigator Gerry Lane and his continuing efforts to help battle the zombie hoards.
Get ready for more action-packed scenes with Matt Murdock and his alter ego, superhero Daredevil. The success of the original meant that a sequel was a no-brainer, though there's no word of the plot yet, nor confirmation of Ben Affleck's return to the title role.
Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller characters are forced to team up to fight an even bigger threat. The original film starred the two as rival gym owners who agree to compete in a winner-takes-all dodgeball championship.
The story follows Baltimore's Turnblad family in the 1960's.
In the original, directed by Chris Columbus, Robin Williams played an estranged father who poses as a Scottish nanny, Euphegenia Doubtfire, in order to get access to his children and successfully bypass his ex-wife (Sally Field). The film grossed $219 million domestically.
Set in Europe and the Middle East, the story follows Crown—a self-made billionaire—as he becomes entangled in a centuries-old feud and must decide how much he's willing to risk for love.