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These days, if a film is successful, it's almost guaranteed that they will be having a sequel and many screenwriters leave cliffhangers and loose ends that can be picked back up in a follow-up.
Sometimes in films, there is a scene that doesn't fit, but there is a reason for it being in there - usually to explain or foreshadow something that will occur later in the film.
The Ghostbusters reboot is set to be released this week, the all-female version has been talked about more than any movie this coming out in 2016.
This month sees a whole host of top movies hitting the cinemas, so while we're in the full swing of summer blockbuster season, expect to have to hit the cinema each week for another big release.
Marvel have seen enormous success with their Marvel Cinematic Universe, spawning dozens of lucrative films and a few TV shows that some people watch.
Sometimes certain lines from films can't be shown on American network TV in case children think that swearing is big and clever.
Instead of censoring the offending word, creative TV editors overdub the line with something much less offensive.
And in most cases, it's completely out-of-place and stupidly funny. Here are 20 of the best TV edits of famous film lines.
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