Sequels are made, most of the time, out of the success of the first one, although in some cases producers are confident enough to announce a franchise before the first one hit theaters. Come 2014, lots of them are a year apart from their previous installment, an idea that both moviegoers and producers favor because eagerness, interest, adrenalin and memory are still there. "The Hobbit" and "" franchises, which became 2012 and 2013's most anticipated sequels, are back for their third consecutive year with "Games" splitting the ending for 2015 conclusion.
Two of the titles listed below came long overdue but loyal fans are always there. "" and "" are like classics now that they debuted almost a decade ago. Fans have been nothing but patient to see more of short-handed army warriors and crime committed in black and white. Meanwhile, superhero and fantasy movies are still the annual creme de la creme of Hollywood movies. The appearance of "" sequel in our annual list is to make it even for family audience.