Waiting a decade -- or more -- to make a sequel isn't exactly a widely practiced business model in Hollywood. Lately, the longest you have to wait is two or three years before the next installment in whatever potential or established franchise hits theaters. In the last couple of years, however, waiting a decade (or more) for a follow-up isn't such a crazy proposition. (Um, hello, "Mad Max: Fury Road.")
To celebrate Hollywood's longest-gestating sequels -- and the potential disappointment that comes with them -- we present the widest gaps between two movies of the same franchise, along with whether or not they were worth the wait. Spoiler alert: A lot of them are not.This is an update to an earlier feature written by Christopher Campbell.