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So some friends and I saw Sherlock Holmes tonight. I liked it. It was well done, and it obviously left on a cliffhanger and will have a sequel which I'll happily go and watch when it's out in theaters.
However! There is a chance that the sequel could end up in production hell, and it may never see the light of day. This thread is all about that.
I argued on the subway ride home that I know there are some movies, made in the last decade, that received big box office numbers, left on a cliffhanger to sell a sequel, and for whatever reason died a slow and agonizing death.
Problem is, I can't come up with any such movies right off the top of my head. But they're out there! They must be!