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Are all movies created sequel?

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Now is the age of film sequels and cinematic universes. When did this trend start? How long can it continue and why are they so popular?
Professor Peter Miskell talks about finances in tinseltown on this month's podcast.

Professor Peter Miskell

Professor of International Business and Media History
Published 24 January 2020
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