The uninspired horror film “The Woman in Black,” starring Daniel Radcliffe, failed to wow audiences when it was released in February. The movie didn’t make much of a splash at the box-office either -- earning a reported $54 million in U.S. theaters, according to BoxOffice.com.
Yet, according to the Hollywood Reporter, Tom Harper will soon direct the film’s sequel, “The Woman in Black: Angel of Death.” Although the original movie grossed a comparatively impressive $126 million worldwide, it’s not entirely clear why a follow-up is warranted.
The film joins the list of bad movies that somehow spawned sequels. Here are five other lackluster productions that managed to do so.
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