Why did Universal buy this movie series? Except for the very first one all others have gone directly to video/DVD, Is it that valuable? Isn’t often true that big studios buy a film and the series is then gone forever because some idiot executive decides it is not worth continuing?

Universal didn’t “buy” the franchise.  It has owned it from the beginning, when the first movie was made.  Universal has always made all decisions on what new versions get made and how the property is marketed.  Starting with Tremors 2, the studio felt the best place to make additional money with it was in direct-to-video.

Why did Universal buy this movie series? Except for the very first one all others have gone directly to video/DVD, Is it that valuable? Isn’t often true that big studios buy a film and the series is then gone forever because some idiot executive decides it is not worth continuing? was last modified: by
Share Button

There is no ads to display, Please add some