I just saw trailers for Iron Man 2, The Matrix 4: Matrix Reentered, Spiderman 4, Mortal Kombat Devastation and The A-Team. Admittedly, The A-Team isn't a remake/sequel but it is bringing an old tv show back to life in movie form. I think IM2 might do well since it looks as good as the first but I'm not so sure about the rest. It looks like The Matrix doesn't have Keanu Reeves or the Agent Smith guy. Neo and Smith were what I was there to watch in the first 3 so I think I'll give Matrix a miss. I haven't seen any of the Spidermen movies at the cinema and this one won't be my first. The first MK was a bit disappointing to me so I didn't bother with the second nor will I bother with this one. The A-Team is a maybe at best for me but would have been quite likely if it had Mr T (only to hear him say "you crazy fool", "shut up fool, I ain't goin' on no plane" and stuff like that). What is the movie world coming to when they now seem to be living off sequels? Sure Pirates and LoTR were pretty good but it seems like anything remotely successful becomes a sequel regardless nowadays. Avatar was great and an original (to me). I read last week that the second one is on the go already.... which takes me back to the question. I know it is all about return/making money but I was hoping that the cinema wouldn't fully go down the path of a lot of today's high volume selling music where it is all computer edited/generated stuff that mostly sounds similar / the same. Thinking back, it hasn't really changed too much considering there were multiple Rocky, Rambo, Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones, Die Hard and Back To The Future releases. I've probably just noticed it a little more now.