Sequels With Unbelievable Gaps Between Films

When a movie becomes a big box office hit, studios often look to pounce on that popularity by cranking out a sequel as soon as possible. Sometimes the turnaround is as quick as a year. Most of the time audiences are given a breather of two to three years. However, there are the rare instances in which the gap between sequels can last a decade or more. From busy schedules to unpolished scripts and other production delays, there a number of reasons why sequels can take forever to be made. Here are some of the longest gaps between sequels. ~Paolo Maquiraya 

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