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Matthew Vaughn Didn't Want Stardust To Fall Prey To Sequel Syndrome

Matthew Vaughn Didn't Want Stardust To Fall Prey To Sequel Syndrome

The film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's "Stardust" was entertaining but, despite what some would consider a decent fantasy film, it didn't make enough money to warrant a sequel. Considering the amount of things altered from book to screen, a sequel would have given plenty of room for exploration of things we missed and the like. Unfortunately, it just wasn't meant to be. For director Matthew Vaughn, though, not getting a sequel greenlit was probably for the best. 

In "Stardust," we follow Tristan (Charlie Cox) in his journey to locate a fallen star initially to impress his crush, Victoria (Sienna Miller). In order to find this fallen star, he must cross over from his little village of Wall into the magical kingdom of Stormhold. The only thing stopping him is a guard. But, he has a cheat code of sorts to get past the guard, who is far too spritely for his age.

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