Examples of sequel in a Sentence
The new film is a sequel to the very successful comedy that came out five years ago.
He is busy writing the book's sequel.
There is an interesting sequel to my date with her that I'll share with you later.
Recent Examples of sequel from the Web
Val Kilmer is returning to the big screen in the upcoming Top Gun sequel, but all the attention this week was on his 23-year-old son, actor Jack Kilmer.
The film grossed over $50 million in North America, which pales in comparison to opening weekend of a Star Wars or Avengers sequel.
The stars held a media day last week to promote the dinosaur sequel on Oahu, less than 200 miles from Hawaii's Big Island where lava flowing from Kilauea has claimed as many as 700 homes, CBS Honolulu affiliate KGMB reported this week.
Meanwhile, the North Korean dictator owns the rights to make any sequels.
Will this return from the dead carry over into future sequels that take place in the present day?
While the sequel doesn’t have an emotional arc quite as poignant as the first Incredibles did, its B-plot (which sees Bob playing stay-at-home dad while Helen goes off to save the world) is nonetheless consistently charming.
Movies Writer-director Brad Bird’s sequel is sleek and sure-footed—if a little square.
Initial reviews, which came out this week, were mixed for J.A. Bayona’s sequel.
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SEQUEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sequel for English Language Learners
: a book, movie, etc., that continues a story begun in another book, movie, etc.
: something that happens after and usually as a result of a previous event
SEQUEL Defined for Kids
Word Root of sequel
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