With the sequels of Monsters Inc., Despicable Me, and Finding Nemo coming our way, it’s feels like all of our dreams are coming true.
Putting Toy Story and Shrek aside, great animated films often don’t get this treatment — or in the case of Finding Dory and Monsters University, it gets the treatment almost a decade later.
There have been great animated movies out there that have sequel potential. Didn’t you ever wanted to know what comes after the happily ever after? Or what happens after the protagonist saved the day? I personally want to know more about Princess and the Frog’s Ray and his belle, Evangeline.
Realistically, good sequels have been proven to be profitable and they would no doubt answer the prayers of so many young adults who have waited years and years for sequels of their favourite animated films as children … or as young adults.
Here are 9 Animated Movies that Deserve Sequels Below
1) Princess and the Frog
This movie has potential for a sequel because the writers wrote a great villain for the first, so I’m sure they can develop another creepy villain who has a bone to pick with Tiana or Prince Naveen. That, or a sequel about Ray and Evangeline. Plus, get Randy Newman back on board and you have a confirmed best selling soundtrack.
Brave might not have a plot line that could be stretched but with a character as developed as Merida, put this fiery red head in any awkward situation and it would make a great sequel.
3) Wreck It Ralph Read more…
We live in a world of knockoff jewellery, purses, and clothing but I didn’t think it went beyond that. Turns out, everything has a knockoff.
Te0pots has brought to our attention that Netflix thinks it can pull one over us with movie knockoffs. Thats right. MOVIE knockoffs. This is absurd, yet very funny. The posters for them are so unfortunate yet you can’t look away. Who even makes these movies?
Have these movie makers never heard of anything called copyright? The posters for the knockoff’s are identical to their counterparts, except with tweaked names and slightly altered (read: lower quality) animation.
I’m surprised there isn’t a Lord of the Rings knockoff titled “Journey to Mordor.”
I am kind of tempted to watch one of these know just for a good laugh. How about you? Would you ever watch one of Netflix’s movie knockoffs?
Don’t believe me about the knockoffs? Check out the posters below
See more posters and their tumblr reactions below
1. Just a casual meal on the commute home.
2. The real-life Up.
3. Sleepy kitty.
4. Aliens exist, people.
5. An epic game of beer pong?
I’ve sad it before and I’ll say it again, redheads always get the coolest animated princesses. But unlike some of Disney’s princesses, Pixar makes their female character pretty badass.
In “Brave,” Princess Merida is a skilled archer and stubborn daughter who wants to change her fate. Her actions inadvertently unleash chaos and fury in the kingdom and when she turns to an eccentric Wise Woman to help her, her wish backfires.
The movie is expected to be one of the biggest hits this summer, which isn’t surprising considering it comes from the animation gods responsible for WALL*E, Toy Story 3 and Up. It’s due in theatres on June 22, so the trailer will have to tide you over until then.
Watch it here:
Looks like this is going to be one epic hangover.
Moviegoers are still feeling The Hangover in the comedy’s second weekend, making the boys-night-out romp the first movie of the summer to hold the top spot for two weeks in a row. A super-slim 26% decline (based on Sunday estimates) suggests great word of mouth and repeat business for the pic, which has already made $105.4 million and is now widely expected to cross the $200 million mark in the coming weeks.
According to ew.com, The Hangover‘s stiffest competition was another holdover, Disney/Pixar’s Up ($30.5 million). The animated adventure saw its total gross balloon to $187.2 million in its third weekend, putting it on track to outshine last year’s hit WALL-E, which made $223 million.