Examples of prequel in a Sentence
His next film will be a prequel to last year's hit movie.
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Steffan Hill / Syfy Another one of those seeds is the way Krypton avoids the prequel problem, by introducing a time traveler who wants to ensure Superman never exists.
Two of the prequel trilogy films, Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, also premiered out of competition in 2012 and 2015, respectively.
The film, a prequel to the original trilogy featuring young Han Solo and Chewbacca, debuts in theaters May 25, two days before the Walt Disney World after-hours event takes place.
As many know by now, Ogunbowale beat the buzzer in overtime to lift Notre Dame past undefeated Connecticut in the national semifinal in Columbus, Ohio, and somehow that was only the prequel.
In this prequel, though, set in the 1980s, Charlie is just a boy grieving after the death of his own father.
Sadly, the majority of this prequel sequel will not take place at Hogwarts.
The trio posted a prior-best 12 songs on the Feb. 18, 2017, chart, the week that its prequel album, Culture, debuted on Billboard's charts.
Now streaming on Netflix Wednesday, March 21 Krypton: DC Comics fans should tune into this Superman prequel, which actually centers on the Man of Steel's grandfather lightyears before Krypton was destroyed.
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Origin and Etymology of prequel
First Known Use: 1958See Words from the same year
PREQUEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prequel for English Language Learners
: a movie, book, etc., that tells the part of a story that happened before the story in another movie, book, etc.
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