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Thread: 'Finding Nemo' 2 Confirmed

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    It's finally been confirmed there will be a A Finding Nemo 2!

    Director Andrew Stanton, who was at the helm for the original computer-animated movie in 2003, which saw Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks and Willem Dafoe lend their voice to the project, has signed up to make a follow up to the Pixar classic.

    Victoria Strouse is to write the script for the film and Lindsey Collins will produce, but no further plot details have been revealed, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

    The movie is currently expected to be released in 2016
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    that's great!














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    Sigh.

    Loved the film but it was a complete story.

    They should move on, invent, evolve.

    Sequels are a way of making money with minimal effort or invention and can in the worst cases detract from the original.

    Only films that could carry it was toy story and possibly the incredibles.

    Cars 2 is a case in point sadly as I adored the original

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 285931
    Sigh.

    Loved the film but it was a complete story.

    They should move on, invent, evolve.

    Sequels are a way of making money with minimal effort or invention and can in the worst cases detract from the original.

    Only films that could carry it was toy story and possibly the incredibles.

    Cars 2 is a case in point sadly as I adored the original
    wait and see oh negative one! :tongue:














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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 285931
    Sigh.

    Loved the film but it was a complete story.

    They should move on, invent, evolve.

    Sequels are a way of making money with minimal effort or invention and can in the worst cases detract from the original.

    Only films that could carry it was toy story and possibly the incredibles.

    Cars 2 is a case in point sadly as I adored the original
    Yeah...what Chris said....leave it alone! Wasn't sure about Toy Story until the third installment and it worked out fine. Sometimes you have to just walk away and find some inspirations elsewhere. Something new...not a big fan of the sequels....

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    I really enjoyed Cars 2 and so did Nathanael who never took his 3D glasses off.

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    Thatís a long time and Iím not the one who can wait for such a long time.

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    Sequels only work if the original story was meant to be a base for successive stories (like Harry Potter). You need to have a certain curiosity, almost anxiety to want to know what happens next. Nemo ended "happily ever after" and the best part of those sorts of endings is that you get to imagine what has gone on with him after the "show" so to speak. Rather like the Princess stories. Anyone really want to hear about babies, and getting up with sick kids, a la Cinderella? Nah.

    Sometimes, leave it alone and move on. Sequels all too often, just come across and cheap attempts to money grub.

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