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'Top Gun' Sequel Gets A Release Date And A Title And We're On The Highway To The Danger Zone

Tom Cruise was easily the definitive star of the 80s and 90s. He had a lot of huge hits, but few were as amazing and iconic as Top Gun. Watching them fly their planes and play beach volleyball was super entertaining, and because it's 2018, of course they are planning to bring it back in some way. Nothing is safe from a reboot, remake or sequel, especially if Tom Cruise has a say. The Mission Impossible franchise is on its sixth movie now, with Cruise happily performing his own stunts and continuing to defy danger, but apparently that's not enough.


"White Chicks 2" Is Happening But Not Everyone Is Excited

Where do I start with this 2004 comedy classic? Director Keenen Ivory Wayans's movie White Chicks is the only movie my family and I can agree on. The cast is likable and hilarious, and the plot is basic, but entertaining. Two FBI agent brothers who dress up as pair of twin socialites is comedic genius, but it's the actors that really made the film so lovable. The only thing wrong with this more than decade-old film is that it doesn't have a sequel (yet). Now I know what you're thinking, sequels suck. I'm not a big fan of sequels either,


Move Over Will Smith, 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' Reboot May Be Getting A Princess

I'll be blunt about it: if you didn't love watching The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, you're probably a liar. The 90s sitcom had everything: great humor, lovable characters, and zesty plot lines for the whole family to enjoy. As devastating as it was to say goodbye to the beloved series, it had a great six-year run, and my siblings and I still relished in watching repeats whenever they came to air.  Recently, rumors have been swirling around about a potential Fresh Prince reboot being in the works after Smith posted an animated picture of the show's cast to Instagram.

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7 Disney Sequels You Never Knew Existed, But You'll Wish They Didn't

There is no faster way to ruin one of your favorite childhood movies than with a really bad sequel that didn't need to happen. While we may be seeing several theatrical sequels from franchises like Star Wars and Marvel, Disney's bread and butter used to rely on animated movies, typically surrounding one of their famous princesses. Rarely did we see a sequel from these leading ladies, but that doesn't mean they didn't exist. Many of these releases were direct-to-video animated movies, so there's a reason why you probably don't remember them. PlaybuzzThe Lion King II: Simba's PrideWhen it was released


Mel Gibson Teases Potential Lethal Weapon Sequel And Danny Glover's Probably Saying "I'm Getting Too Old For This Shit"

For the past few months, rumors have been swirling around a fifth Lethal Weapon movie, but one of the franchise's stars may have all but confirmed the potential follow-up.EmpireMel Gibson, who famously played Martin Riggs, made a guest appearance on Good Morning America to promote his new comedy, Daddy's Home 2. During the interview, he hinted at another sequel of the buddy-cop film, mentioning a recent conversation with his co-star Danny Glover and the film's director Richard Donner."I went to see Dan the other night, he was doing a theater production in L.A. I went to see


10 Movie Sequels From The 90s That Were Embarrassingly Bad

Let's be honest, most movie sequels are cringe worthy at most, and unimpressive at best. A major motivator for follow-up films is money, but adding a second film to a legacy can end up backfiring on movie executives and dissatisfying die-hard fans. The 90s was a fantastic decade for a slew of classic films, but also produced major bombs. To save you time and disappointment, here are the top ten worst movie sequels of the era:1. Blues Brothers 2000 (1998)The Blues Brothers was an excellent movie, unfortunately it's sequel was not. The chemistry between lead actors, Dan Aykroyd