They can definitely think of something original, but it turns out no one goes to see them. Established franchises make more money. Which can be good, but the level to which it has gone is far too far. You can see exact same thing in the games industry.SupaWaluigi wrote:When a new film in said franchise decides to not be created as a sequel but more as a re-imagining or "reboot", it just says to me that Hollywood can't think of something original to place these ideas they have thought of into.
Basically we only have ourselves to blame for this and that is upsetting. Now excuse me while I continue getting excited for the next Star Wars film instead of going to see new IPs.