Split Honest Trailer

In today’s edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Author Meg Cabot on hoping The Princess Diaries 3 would honor the late Gary Marshall.
  • Karl Urban is ready to play Bones again whenever he gets the call.
  • M. Night Shyamalan is looking to some of the best for inspiration for Glass.
  • Weta has begun work on Avatar 2.
  • And more!

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Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Joe Manganiello knows whether or not he’ll appear in The Batman, but will he tell us?
  • Zachary Quinto gives an update on the progress of Star Trek 4
  • One of the stars of Baby Driver will play a major role in the Mamma Mia sequel
  • Sarah Paulson boards M. Night Shyamalan‘s Unbreakable sequel
  • The latest odds of a Simpsons Movie sequel
  • And more!

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Simpsons - The Man Who Came to Be Dinner

After years of wondering whether we might ever see a Simpsons Movie sequel, it turns out we’ve already seen it. Sort of.

In the first episode of 2015, the family was whisked away to Rigel 7, the home planet of aliens Kang and Kodos, where Homer is almost eaten as a meal. Now Simpsons executive producer Al Jean reveals that storyline was previously considered as a sequel to 2007’s The Simpsons movie.

So why didn’t it get made as a film? Read Jean’s explanation of the Simpsons Movie sequel idea after the jump — as well as his thoughts on the likelihood of an actual Simpsons Movie sequel happening.  Read More »

Who exactly is G.I. Joe: Retaliation‘s Cobra Commander? Find out after the jump. Also:

  • Expect the cast to return for Oz The Great and Powerful 2
  • Josh Duhamel will make a cameo in Transformers 4
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
  • Don’t hold your breath for a Simpsons Movie sequel
  • A Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance stuntman is suing Sony
  • V/H/S 2 gets a release date and some new images
  • See images and video from the Star Trek scoring studio
  • Just what is in that new Star Trek Into Darkness teaser?

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No Plans for Simpsons Movie Sequel

Simpsons Movie

The Simpsons Movie is the sixth biggest movie of 2007, beating such contenders as 300, Ratatouille, Live Free or Die Hard and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. It’s easily the biggest tv-to-film adaptation of all time. The film will likely end its run with $500 million worldwide, not bad for a $75 million animated flick.

Talk of a Simpsons sequel began before the credits ended, and will continue on screen in the September 23rd 19th season premiere with Bart Simpson writing “I will not wait 20 years to make another movie” on a blackboard. However, Simpsons executive producer Al Jean says there are no current plans for a sequel.

“We would only do a sequel if we believed it was a movie that had to be made, just like we did with the first one,” Jean told the New York Post. “We wouldn’t want to do it just because the first one was successful, or because we wanted to make money off of a movie. We’d only do it if we had a script that we thought was great [and] there’s no script at this point.”

I’m sure they can fin d a script when Fox offers to double everyone’s salary for a sequel.