Documentary sequels can tend to divert in focus from their predecessors, sometimes enough to become their own separate projects instead of being direct follow-ups as originally intended. Remember how Michael Moore's plans to do a Fahrenheit 9/11 sequel evolved into Capitalism: A Love Story? According to The Documentary Blog, Spike Lee's sequel to When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts has also now gone in a slightly new direction, at least for its climax.
Now that the live-action version of "Avatar: The Last Airbender" is here, fans of the original animated series are grumbling about changes to the material.
Putting the names Darren Aronofsky and Batman in the same sentence doesn't feel right. But it almost happened.
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