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Artwork to Five Great (Imaginary) Literary Film Sequels

Read Sunday, 9 Nov 2014

Cinema screens are full of sequels these days – and while some, like the upcoming Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Part One) are much-anticipated, others are … well, not so welcome. Remember American Psycho II: All American Girl? Lost Boys: The Tribe? Well, neither do we.

But an LA exhibition, Sequel, has imagined the artwork for 40 films we’d actually want to watch a sequel to.

The art is stunning … but perhaps the best part is that the end result stays in our imaginations. (After all, it’s possible that lots of people looked forward to the Saturday Night Fever sequel until Sylvester Stallone wrote and directed Staying Alive.)

Here’s a sample of the best literary-themed works. You can visit Flavorwire for more.

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Artist, Ruben Ireland: *Labyrinth 2*.
Artist, Ruben Ireland: *Labyrinth 2*.
Artist, Cory Schmitz, *Blade Runner 2054*.
Artist, Cory Schmitz, *Blade Runner 2054*.
Artist, Andy Fairhurt: *Willy Wonka and the Great Glass Elevator*.
Artist, Andy Fairhurt: *Willy Wonka and the Great Glass Elevator*.
Artist, Kaz Oomori: *Fight Club 2*
Artist, Kaz Oomori: *Fight Club 2*
Artist, Andrew Bannecker: *Sleepy Hollow 2*.
Artist, Andrew Bannecker: *Sleepy Hollow 2*.

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