A standout amongst the most disappointing things that can happen with sequels is seeing it end before the right time. It can be awful to see your most loved characters put to rest before their stories accomplish the end. Unacceptance from the audience and low film industry figures are sufficient to eradicate an idea before the expected end.
1. Chronicles of Narnia
S. Lewis’ dearest dream arrangement has been used many times, in TV, theater and for radio. Notwithstanding, Lewis remained quiet about the film rights for a long while, before his stepson at last permitted Disney to get them.
The main film, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) welled in silver screens, and two continuations were made; Prince Caspian (2008) and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010). It appeared as if Disney was working on the arrangement altogether, yet unavoidable losses on the movies put a limit on the following film, The Silver Chair.
2. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
This was the second adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s thriller novel after it was filmed in Swedish in 2009. Both the book and the Swedish film were the prolog to a set of three, after The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo with The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest.
Notwithstanding winning honors and basic recognition, nonetheless, the proposed follow-up movies were never made. A release date was also set for The Girl Who Played With Fire, yet after disputes with the script and booking classes for the stars, the film was eventually killed.