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Unsuccessful: from television shows to films


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Since the last minute we have heard from Breaking Bad s Walter White, it has been many years.

But if the messages are true, the chemistry teacher of the crystal metal trader could come back to our screens – this time in the movie.

According to a Hollywood reporter, show producer Vince Gilligan has signed up to create a two hour project "created in the current Breaking Bad franchise.

It is unclear whether Brian Cranston and Aaron Paul repeat their Emmy victorious roles – after all, they did not fit Spin-off Show Better Call Saul.

What is involved and when is it determined if a new Breaking Bad movie is a good idea? To find out, we've looked at other series of movies.


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Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley and Blake Harrison attend the world premiere of The Inbetweeners 2 in August 2014

Breaking Bad is one of those that suggests that when it was launched in 2008, critics of the "Golden Age" TV claim that we are living now.

Inbetweeners may seem different age, but in the same year the UK first came out.

Buffett's award winning performance received great reviews for each of its three season years and the number of viewers increased.

It was rumored that the fourth series was being made, but Blake Harrison started this rumor in ITV in May.

Simon, Jay, Will and Neil moved from the TV to the big screen, which was impressive, with cash receipts of £ 3.5m, £ 65m.

The plot saw that adolescents leave their high school and go to Crete for summer holidays.

The decent review site, Rotten Tomatoes, gave the original movie a pleasant 55% rating, but it did not stop the second movie.

However, thanks to on-demand services and repeating, The Inbetweeners is introducing a new generation.

Sex and the City

"I love you … but I love me more. I've been involved with myself for 49 years, and that's what I have to do," Samantha said in an episode.

Sex and the city were considered a revolutionary when it was first released in 1998 – four women who frankly spoke about their love (and sex), live with many fashionable references.

Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha became as real as our friends – a journey that lasted until the small screen until 2004.

Four years later, fans were still hungry to see more about which Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon and Kim Cattrall returned to feature film.

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The 2008 film critics struck, but it was a massive profit that gained more than £ 400 million in the United States.

In 2010, Sex and City 2 were released – it came and went horribly – only the ability to recover 100 million euros it pays.


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You are not alone – we've all done a slow-moving beach ride celebrated by David Hasselhoff and his team.

Baywatch itself was a good run on the TV from 1989-2001.

Now, at the age of 66, The Hoff never came back to the table and rescued the tattered virgins.

So, instead of 2017, Dwayne's "The Rock" Johnson was entrusted with fronting franchises.

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Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron played in the film Baywatch, released in 2017

The sequences of action were huge, the sound track was durable and looked great funny.

Critics, however, could not decide if the film was hit or missing.


The show features the longest series of primetime scripts, when it broadcast its 636 episode back in April 2018.

The episodes usually last for 20 minutes or more, but in 2007, the fans were withstood an hour and half of Homer and all the other family antics.

Despite the fact that it has been in the air for almost 30 years, the show continues to push the borders and supplies laughs.

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Dear johnny are mentioned also on Jump Jump Street 21, Office David Brent, Addams Family, Mr Bean, The Muppet Show, Power Rangers, South Park and Mission Impossible.

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