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Disney says no to 'The Proposal' sequel

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  • Disney says no to 'The Proposal' sequel

    ...Disney's brand mania has gotten so out of control that it has told the producers of "The Proposal," one of last year's most profitable films, that the studio has no interest in making a sequel. That's a serious shocker when you consider that the film, which cost just $40 million to make, grossed a whopping $315 million around the world. Even if you had to give Sandra Bullock a hefty raise to star in a sequel, you have to really want to get out of the movie star business to take a pass on raking in the shekels from a sequel with such built-in awareness and audience goodwill.
    full article at:

    Disney taking a pass on one of the most profitable movies of 2009? | The Big Picture | Los Angeles Times
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    Re: Disney says no to 'The Proposal' sequel

    How could there be a sequel to that movie?

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      Re: Disney says no to 'The Proposal' sequel

      Well, someone at a studio thought Speed needed a sequel.

      Look where that went.

      Case closed.

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        Re: Disney says no to 'The Proposal' sequel

        Originally posted by KEBSD View Post
        How could there be a sequel to that movie?
        The proposal two: After the divorce.

        We all know it happened to fast to be true love.

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          Re: Disney says no to 'The Proposal' sequel

          I thought the movie was great. Characters were well played, great cast line up, interesting plot....but as much as I enjoyed the movie I wouldn't want a sequel. Proposal 2, just doesn't sound right.
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