Well, there are also those who hate the cartoon series, which is unbelievable to me. The first half of the series was solid. ABC's meddling with the show later in the series is up to debate, and I really think other than the stupid name, the hate for Extreme Ghostbusters eludes me (if for no other reason, Slimer wasn't the talking, scene stealing mascot that took over the show and was much more like his movie appearance). That said, while I do enjoy GB 2, I find the animated series a better follow up. GB2 seems to have been made only because the cartoon popularized the characters, but they should have taken more cues from it. Though I really think the Mood Slime was a great concept. Yeah, but China really doesn't care much for doing that either. I find it hilarious that if a movie bombs in the West but makes a crapload overseas it gets a sequel (which saved Pacific Rim's butt), but if it's a hit here, and foreign markets don't get it or refuse to carry it it's considered a flop. Though, then it turns into a complicated mess either way. Though, full disclosure, Fury Road was amazing. Not that I wouldn't love to see another one, but you wonder if a sequel is that necessary. Fury Road was one of two long anticipated sequels of a movie franchise that didn't have one in decades that got good reception (Jurassic World being the second, Star Wars doesn't really count). So, I'd say that a sequel would be pressing their luck. Plus, that darn Pitch Perfect 2 cut a chunk of its Western ticket sales as well. But I have to say this. If a movie about a mad dictator fails or is banned in a country that's essentially a dictatorship already, the reasons should be obvious number one, but it also does its job perfectly. But for the reason I brought this thread back up... So, the Coca-Cola company has trademarked the name "Ecto-Cooler" again, or so the net says (wishful thinking often becomes fact some how and falls through when it's called a rumor). I'm going to be cautiously optimistic that this could be a thing.