In a lengthy bit of text about the ongoing trend of the direct-to-video sequel, The Chicago Tribune name-drops a couple more films that are getting the DVD-only follow up.
According to the article, Twentieth Century Fox have greenlit sequels to both "Behind Enemy Lines" (2001) and "Wrong Turn" (2003). It goes without saying that the film's original stars - and probably Stan Winston, of the latter - won't be back for the sequels.
There's a truckload of direct-to-video sequels due out over the next twelve months, actually, let's have a look at a few:
"Hollow Man 2" : Bacon-less sequel revolving around a Seattle detective and a biologist who are on the run from a dangerous invisible assassin gone rogue as well as the government forces that created him.
"Single White Female 2" : Brooke Burns in the Fonda/Leigh sequel. Also starring Kristen Miller ["Man of the Year"], Allison Lange ["Van Wilder"], Courtney Taylor Burness [TV's "Blues Clues"], and Todd Babcock [TV's "Days of Our Lives"], is now in post with Peter Devaney Flanagan ["Dracula 2000"] manning the editing suite.
"Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God" : Bruce Payne returns for the sequel. This time, a sorceress and a warrior team to defend a kingdom against an evil wizard who is controlling a black dragon through magical orb.
The list - for better or worse - goes on.