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This wouldn’t be an unusual assessment for most of the high school rom-coms Netflix dumps onto its platform, except that 2018′s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” set the expectations for its sequels sky-high.
In 2013, Hannah wrote a sequel to Firefly Lane focused on Tully’s backstory and her relationship with her mother.
He played Lincoln again in the mid-1980s for the ABC television miniseries “North and South” and its sequel.
If there were games you loved playing when you were younger, check to see if there are any sequels.
It wasn’t until the controversial sequel, “Sons of Liberty,” when Sears finally plays his hand.
The biggest surprise was Jordan, who disliked the first “Wonder Woman” and actually preferred the sequel, thanks in large part to Kristen Wiig’s portrayal of the villainous Cheetah.
In the US, Wonder Woman 1984—the sequel to the 2017 superhero blockbuster Wonder Woman—will be available to subscribers of the HBO Max streaming service on the same day it premieres in theaters.
A sequel of the “Sister Act” movie franchise, for instance, will sit alongside a series based on the “Moana” movie, which will be complementary to an Obi-Wan Kenobi spinoff.
Making a sequel to “Destiny” came at a “great cost” to Bungie, said Luke Smith, creative director of the series.
The anticipated sequel was finally here, and it didn’t disappoint.

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