At some point, I might take a look at the full yearly releases to get an idea of the larger picture of Hollywood's releases, but I thought this was interesting enough to post already.
A few wide release movies were documentaries or spoofs, and I decided to not count them toward any of the groups.
Green = franchise movies (prequel/sequel or later) from original scripts
Purple = franchise movies from sources in other mediums
Here's the data table as well http://goo.gl/GvsuY
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