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Gremlins 3 will be dark & twisted and may kill off Gizmo

One of the top movies I have been looking forward to for most of my life (not kidding) is GREMLINS 3. I love the first two films so much that a third film would pretty much be the coolest thing I can imagine other than a BACK TO THE FUTURE PART IV or a Spielberg-directed JAWS sequel. While there seems to be little hope that we will ever see the two latter flicks come in be, a sequel to GREMLINS 2: THE NEW.
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