The 1978 'Superman' film made a bold move. During the closing credits, four words appear on screen "NEXT YEAR: SUPERMAN II." Over the next three decades, this gimmick was used time and time again. More often than not, when a movie boasts a sequel, it never happens.
Here are 10 examples of sequels we were promised, but never got to see.
10. 'The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension' (1984)
Right before the film's famous closing credits sequence (which was
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