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Guillermo del Toro took over directing duties from Stephen Norrington for the sequel to Blade, a film were Wesley Snipes' Blade teams up with the vampires instead of hunting them to take on a more dangero
"Batman Returns (1992)
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"X2: X-Men United (2003)
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"Spider-Man 2 (2004)
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"Superman II (1980)
Between giving up his super powers, confronting criminals from outer space, and having problems with his girlfriend, it's a bad time to be the Man of Steel in this sequel to the 1978 blockbuster.
"The Dark Knight (2008)
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