Examples of prequel in a Sentence
His next film will be a prequel to last year's hit movie.
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The stream of explanations for explanations for explanations—as, for example, in the Alien prequels Prometheus and Alien: Covenant—is sapping the mystery out of sci-fi, which is its soul.
Consider this a prologue, or prequel even, of sorts to the events of today’s administration.
This hybrid prequel-sequel to 2008's smash hit Mamma Mia!
What will be a prequel thaw will end later Saturday as a potent cold front plows through.
The opening of the second 45 was as frantic as the closing prequel, with both sides flashing over the crossbar in the first quarter of an hour, Real's via Isco and Celta's courtesy of Jonny Otto, amid a sea of noise from the Balaidos faithful.
For fans who never forgave Lucas for the prequel trilogy or constantly tinkering with the beloved original films, that disapproval was considered a compliment.
Despite its relative ratings success, Fear never captured the zeitgeist in the same way as its older sibling, due at least in part to its isolation from the main series and its status as a veritable prequel.
But at least the original Han Solo prequel directors, Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, are free to do something outside the strictures of this particularly intricate studio scheme.
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Origin and Etymology of prequel
First Known Use: 1958See Words from the same year
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