Okay, folks, just for fun. If you have a favorite film, book, TV show or comic that you would like to write a sequel to, here's your chance. You can choose anything -- whether it's a stand-alone film, like The King's Speech or part o a series, like The Avengers, a canceled TV show you would like to revive, or a book series you would like to continue -- or if in any of the above you did NOT like an enry in the series and want to propose an alternative, that is what I am looking for. Also, stick to summaries and treatments. Dialog as example is okay, but let's keep it fun. Two rules: 1. For the courtesy of people who may not have seen the film, TV show or read the book or comic, once you have identified what you are writing the sequel/ prequel to, wrap your entry in spoiler tags so posters and lurkers can see only what they want. 2. Don't try to sell anything that someone else posts. All posters should keep dated files of their ideas if they want to maintain them as their own. I'll get us started: Fourth entry in the Christopher Nolan "Batman" Series Spoiler : Title: The Killing Joke, based on the Graphic novel by Alan Moore Bruce Wayne and Selena Kyle return to Gotham in disguise after receiving a desperate phone call from Alfred that the Joker, played by Nick Hoult (X-Men First Class) has escaped from Arkham, kidnapped Commissioner Gordon and shot Gordon's daughter, Barbara. In the opening gambit, we see what appears to be Batman in the Batpod chasing somebody like the Scarecrow and when we catch up, we see that the bat is a woman -- Barbara Gordon/ Batgirl, played by Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook) taking out the Scarecrow, with the help of someone on another Batpod, Nightwing, played by Joseph Gordon Levitt. Wayne catches up with Robin Blake/ Nighwing -- but Wayne keeps calling him Robin -- and they follow the trail that Joker leaves to an off-season carnival site Well, what do you think?