Examples of prequel in a Sentence
His next film will be a prequel to last year's hit movie.
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Set three years before Harry is born, the prequel follows James Potter, the boy wizard’s dad, and his buddy Sirius Black.
In February Lupe Fiasco released his sixth studio album, DROGAS Light, a prequel to a trilogy of aligning studio albums forthcoming that debuted at No. 28 on the Billboard 200.
Yet another Game of Thrones prequel is reportedly in the works, with one of the HBO fantasy series’ Emmy-winning producers set to write the spin-off.
An entire prequel series is possible in the Pfefferman ancestry, which could occasionally flash-forward to the present day.
Over the weekend, Robert Kirkman revealed to a roomful of screaming fans at New York Comic Con that The Walking Dead and its prequel, Fear the Walking Dead, are doing a crossover.
Not surprisingly, Armitage, who plays the title character in Young Sheldon, The Big Bang Theory prequel, has an amusing anecdote or two about his experiences with Hollywood icons.
Cogman developed the project by working closely with author George R.R. Martin, who cryptically referenced the existence of an additional unconfirmed prequel on his blog months ago.
So that’s good news for fans worried that these prequels—which will all be set before the action of Game of Thrones—will stray too far from Martin’s work.
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Origin and Etymology of prequel
First Known Use: 1958See Words from the same year
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