After that, though, I get a little concerned. For example, based on the trailer, Ghostbusters: Afterlife (31 years since #2, although only four since the controversial remake) seems to think that the thing we liked most about the original Ghostbusters was how washed-out and exhausted everything and everyone looked and sounded:
We're also getting a prequel to The Sopranos (the spring chicken of the entry, coming only 13 years after the show concluded), with James Gandolfini's son Michael playing a young Tony Soprano. I do not envy that kid, as taking on that role is like Gordon Ramsey making you dinner and then asking my stupid ass to handle dessert.
Finally, 17 years after the last one, Bad Boys 3 is coming. And the trailer for that seems fine. Martin Lawrence is loud and Will Smith has never not been in the best shape of his life. So if you're passionate about the style of pre-Transformers Michael Bay making a comeback, 2020 is really gonna be your year.