Slip on your hidden blade Oxfords (not brogues), and get ready to jet off in style as Matt Rushton hosts our episode on 2017's Kingsman The Golden Circle, starring Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Pedro Pascal, Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges and Channing Tatum.


Expect The Rock to show up (of course), a direct lift of Hugh Grant's villain from Paddington 2, and an even more shamelessly direct rip off of Moonraker... but we suppose that's pretty fitting.

ANNOUNCEMENT: After this episode, we've decided to change our schedule to release episodes every two weeks. We've put a little announcement at the beginning of this episode where you can hear more, but rest assured we are not going away!


We're in the deep end, watch as we dive in with Drew hosting for our discussion of 2018's remake of a remake of a 1937 movie; 2018's A Star is Born, starring Lady Gaga alongside the project's writer, producer and director Bradley Cooper.


CW: This is quite possibly the most "serious" movie we've done so far, so expect discussions of suicide, self-harm, alcoholism and substance abuse.

July 2, 2021

20: Moana (2016)

We have headed to the Pacific for this week's episode, as Ross hosts for one of his all time favourite films; 2016's Moana from Disney Animation, directed by Ron Clements and John Musker, starring Auliʻi Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson, and with songs from In The Heights' Lin Manuel Miranda.


Expect the usual silliness, but also four white men from England doing their best to talk about the Disney corporation and representation and cultural appropriation, we hope that we've made it clear that we are in no ways authorities on this!

This episode Andy's front and centre as we review and pitch sequels for The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017), starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson.


Expect classic revenge stories, jailbreaks, and a good amount of discussion about Gary Oldman's accent!

This week we are joined by our very first guest, film journalist Jordan King! Jordan takes the role of guest judge, leading the discussion and choosing the winning pitch for the sequel for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008). Starring Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Cate Blanchett and Shia LaBeouf.


Expect globe trotting adventures, Viet Nam, red lines on maps, and some powerful ignoring of the existence of one particular character.

You can find us on twitter @SequelPitch, and you can find Jordan there too @JordanMBKing

This week Matt "VikingXL" Rushton is back in the driving seat as we take life a quarter mile at a time reviewing and pitching sequels for 2017's Fast & Furious 8 (or The Fate of the Furious if you live in the states, or F8 elsewhere in the world). Starring Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham and Charlize Theron, and directed by F. Gary Gray.


Expect, and we're not joking, 10,000 mile car chases, significant foreshadowing of a meteor heading towards Earth, and Brendan Fraser showing up as one of his most iconic characters. It gets wild

This week, Drew hosts as we all hop on our Nimbus 2000s and fly off to the fantasy world of the UK in the 1990s as we review and pitch sequels for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, and many, many other British actors.


Expect evil wizards created by name generator, wandering off whilst on work experience at Shepperton Studios, and you'll find out which of us actually appears in a Harry Potter movie!

This week, Andy's back in the hosting seat as the gang tiptoe around John Krasinski's 2018 Sci-Fi horror thriller family drama, A Quiet Place, starring husband and wife team Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.


Expect Jake Gyllenhaal to show up (in a pitch, not on the show), many many babies in peril, and the tentative steps to broadening the Sequel Pitch Cinematic Universe!

May 21, 2021

14: Hot Fuzz (2007)

Strap on your great big bushy beards, grab your notepads and pencils and watch out for farmers and their mums - this week Matt Rushton hosts discussion and pitches for 2007's British action comedy Hot Fuzz, starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, directed by Edgar Wright.


Expect OTT action on London streets, Daniel Craig getting pretty shifty, some potentially financially ruinous social commentary, and... cloning? Really, is that right? Ok yeah, and cloning.

May 14, 2021

13: Role Models (2008)

This episode, Andy is back in the hosting chair leading the discussion and taking pitches for sequels to the 2008 Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott comedy, Role Models.


Expect a lot of talk about the nature of how comedy ages, nostalgia, parenting, LARPING, hot dog innuendo, vikings, airport bombs and silly voices in coffee shops

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