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Creating a successful and entertaining movie is hard enough work as it is, so naturally the pressure of creating a perfect sequel is pretty much Herculean. Moreover, the risk of failure is more, as the audience always intends to see something greater than the previous versions of the film. However, in these times, if a movie is commercially successful, the team starts working for the newer more exciting sequel without any delay.
1.The Dark Knight Triology
Ace director Christopher Nolan directed three films in the Batman series – 'Batman Begins' (2005), 'The Dark Knight' (2008) & 'The Dark Knight Rises' (2012). Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, and Cillian Murphy appeared in all three installments of the franchise.
The most iconic character of the 'Joker' was played by Heath Ledger, who died before the film's release and won an Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role (posthumously). All three films turned out to be highly successful; 'The Dark Knight' became the highest grosser of 2008.
The 'Godfather' series is believed to be one of the greatest and most successful franchises of all time. It would not be wrong to say that the success of the films is credited solely to the actors.
Titled 'The Godfather', 'The Godfather Part II' and 'The Godfather Part III', the films have received amazing viewership over the past four decades. 'The Godfather Part II' is believed to be the best ever sequel of a film ever made, in the history of cinema.
James Bond Film Franchise is spy film series based on fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond created by writer Ian Fleming in 1953. The character is also been adapted for Television, Radio, Comic Strip, Video Games and Film. This movie franchise is the longest continuously running film series that grossed 7.04 Billion USD in World Wide market and more then 2.057 Billion USD in Domestic Market.
This comes in 10 epic installments and some of the 'X-Men' films have garnered huge recognition worldwide.
Parts like 'Logan' and 'X-Men: Apocalypse' have been widely viewed, the latter pulled in $285 million worldwide. Various characters from the series especially 'Wolverine' (Logan) became iconic.
The most significant American epic space opera started way back in 1977 and after four decades and a handful of films, the franchise is more than ready for the next installment. There is a huge nostalgia driven factor which keeps getting the viewers back every time a new version of releases. Even those who have no idea about the history or the storyline end up watching it, only for the sake of pure, glorious visuals.
Planned merchandising has boosted ticket sales every now and then. No doubt, we get to witness the best of visual effects and high end future driven stories, 'Star Wars' still seems to hold much ahead.