The idea of an insufferable amount of follows up to an initial success is nothing new; The Planet Of The Apes was doing it five years before Star Wars hit our screens. My problem is that while with POTA (and Star Wars to follow it) each new entry tried to be different and further the story, modern sequels can often fall into retreading or retroactive destroying of the original. Earlier this week I showed you some awesome looking original films coming this summer. But while 2013 is bright, the state of 2014 and beyond is so far a little less fresh. Sure, therell be plenty of exciting cinema thats yet to be announced, but it does look a rather sorry state. As well as the exciting sequels were all anticipating (Star Wars, The Hobbit and anything Marvel), theres an awful lot of unexpected films coming from franchises we all thought were dead. The age old rule of the box office ruling over quality seems to be still true, as were faced with third, fourth, fifth and even sixth instalments in series that have no conceivable place to go. To prepare you for the inevitable mundanity of their releases, heres ten of these unexpected (and undeserving) sequels to extinct franchises. And wed happily bet on them all ending up terrible.