In 1994, the classic movie got a miniseries sequel called Scarlett.
The miniseries was based on the on the 1991 book of the same name. The book was not written by the same author (Margaret Mitchell) who wrote Gone with the Wind.
Nope, it does not, thankfully!
Although it has had two TV shows based on it, the most recent of them airing in 1983. Also, in 1998, a novel based on the film was published titled, As Time Goes By.
It does, it's called Gentlemen Marry Brunettes.
Released in 1955, it was also a musical like the original. Mariyln Monroe did not return for the sequel, but Jane Russell did reprise her role.
No, it doesn't.
They did film a pilot for a TV version of it in the early '60s, but it was never picked up. Also, if you haven't seen this movie, it's one of the funniest films of all time!
Shockingly it had three! All of which were made after Alfred Hitchcock's death.
Psycho II (1983), Psycho III (1986), and Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990) — all of them starring Anthony Perkins. It also had a '80s TV movie titled, Bates Motel (different from the A&E show of the same name), and a very unfortunate 1998 shot-by-shot remake, starring Vince Vaughn as Norman Bates.
Thank Golightly it does not!
Although there have been various stage adaptions of the film over the years.
It does! Although French Connection II is not based on true events like it's predecessor.
It is considered a worthy sequel though!
Of course it does, the cult classic Grease 2!
The 1982 sequel starred Maxwell Caulfield and Michelle Pfeiffer. Also, some people prefer the sequel way, way more than the original (I know, I know!).
Steven Spielberg's masterpiece does not have a sequel!
However, there were attempts to do it, thankfully it never panned out 'cause, um, it was not good.
It does not!!!
But we have not seen the last of crown prince Akeem Joffer, there is a sequel in the works.
It does, 1998's U.S. Marshals.
The movie does not involve Harrison Ford's character, instead it follows Tommy Lee Jones' character of U.S. Marshal Sam Gerard.
It does, 2002's Ripley's Game.
In the movie John Malkovich plays an older Tom Ripley.
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