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Should Hollywood Retire These Franchises?

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Should Hollywood Retire These Franchises?

Should Hollywood Retire These Franchises?

Several big budget franchise films bombed this summer.

Unsuccessful franchise films take up valuable theater space and can costs hundreds of millions of dollars.

The last installment of the Indiana Jones franchise grossed less than half of the first one.

The new Indy film is in pre-production.

Business Insider says the last Men in Black film earned a fraction of the first one.

The "Fantastic Beasts" movies haven't been received like their "Harry Potter" predecessors.

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