The book had three sequels- but none of them were made into movies.
Both movie and sequel are similar. A sequel IS a movie but is a second, third, fourth, etc. to a movie. For example, Harry Potter and the sorcerers stone is a movie, but chamber of secrets is the sequel to the first, and Azkaban is the sequel to Chamber of secrets and goblet of fire is the sequel to Azkaban and so on to the last HP movie. _____________________________________________________________________ "The Godfather" was a movie. "The Godfather: Part II" was both a movie AND a sequel. A sequel is a continuation of a film story beyond the first film. Trivia: "The Godfather: Part II" was the first sequel in Hollywood history to have '2' or 'II' in the title.
Perhaps that is why the movie ends with Little Bear telling Omri not to give him a wife afterall.
A sequel has yet to be announced for The Vampire's Assistant movie, therefore at the moment there is not going to be a sequel.
there is no movie sequel to it. but there is a manga sequel it is called RETURN TO THE LABYRINTH. there are very little sites that have it though.
The Indian in the Cupboard by British authoress Lynne Reid Banks was published in 1980, and was made into a film in 1995. It was followed by four sequel books, The Return of the Indian in 1985, The Secret of the Indian in 1989, The Mystery of the Cupboard in 1992 and finally The Key to the Indian in 1998. The books are about a boy that finds out that a toy plastic Indian comes to life when he puts it in the bathroom cupboard.
you must mean indian in the cupboard.
the Indian in the Cupboard (1995)
The Indian in the Cupboard was created in 1980.
The ISBN of The Indian in the Cupboard is 978-0380600120.
The Indian in the Cupboard was released on 07/14/1995.
The Production Budget for The Indian in the Cupboard was $45,000,000.
The author of the Indian In the Cupboard is Lynne Reid Banks.
The duration of The Indian in the Cupboard - film - is 1.6 hours.
The Indian in the Cupboard - film - was created on 1995-07-14.
The Indian in the Cupboard grossed $35,627,222 worldwide.