In light of Zoolander 2 being announced, here are the top ten sequels we are hoping for as well.
Recently, it was announced that Zoolander 2 is going to be coming to the big screen … and the method of announcement was probably the most awesome humanly possible. That's right: Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller made a surprise appearance in the Valentino runway show as a part of Paris Fashion Week. The stark contrast of the co-stars against the gorgeous ladies of Fashion Week had a hilarious effect. Obviously, they were really, really ridiculously good-looking, sporting their classic pursed lips (and Stiller with his "blue steel.") We’re so excited for the film’s premiere on February 12, 2016, but that’s a long time to wait. In the meantime, we also hope that more sequels are announced…of these fabulous films. Hey, a girl can dream, right?
2. Inception (2010)
2. Inception. Hello, Christopher Nolan? Yes, we'd like to have our minds blown again, please. Also, we'd love a little more Leo and JGL all up in our eyeballs.
3. How To Train Your Dragon (2010)
3. How To Train Your Dragon. Okay, we know there was a sequel to this that came out in 2014, but we'd LOVE to see a third one come out sometime soon, because the second was so darn good. More Toothless!
4. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)
4. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. This classic with Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey stole our hearts over ten years ago, and we hope they come out with an equally quirky (and heartbreaking) love tale to match.
8. Guardians Of The Galaxy (2014)
9. The Truman Show (1998)
9. The Truman Show. This film totally blew our minds. I mean, an insurance adjuster finding out he lives in a TV show? Awesome. And almost 20 years later, we've got so many technical innovations that a sequel could be even more mind-blowing.
11. Amelie (2001)
13. Spaceballs (1987)
13. Spaceballs. This has been a beloved fan favorite since it first came out almost thirty years ago, and we can bet that if the sequel came out, the crowd would be lining up around the block to see it in theatres. Luckily, Mel Brooks considered the possibility last month. The hypothetical name? "Spaceballs 2: The Search For More Money." Hehe.
14. The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (2005)
14. The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy. Seriously, this one needs a follow-up. We're all dying for it. Sure, it didn't do AMAZINGLY in the box office, but fans loved it, and there's a sequel to the book called "The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe"...come on directors, what are you waiting for?!
15. Jumanji (1995)
15. Jumanji. Can you imagine a follow-up to this classic? Okay, so there's technically "Zathura," which came out in 2005 and is loosely based on the concept, but we want a REAL sequel. Unfortunately, it might not feel like a real sequel without Robin Williams (RIP), but why not make a film featuring Kirsten Dunst and Bradley Pierce?