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All right, I guess you do have a bit of a point there. But there are some aspects of what you say here that I don't really agree with. I apologize, but they don't seem like good enough reasons for the studios not to make a fifth movie. I'll explain why.
 
All right, I guess you do have a bit of a point there. But there are some aspects of what you say here that I don't really agree with. I apologize, but they don't seem like good enough reasons for the studios not to make a fifth movie. I'll explain why.
   
First off, you mentioned the characters aging. That's true, but the people who grew up with Alvin and the Chipmunks when it was first introduced to the world probably still enjoy those characters just as much as they did all those years ago. Second off, yes, the actors are definitely aging. But you know, they haven't aged to the extent that they are no longer usable for the characters in the films. And third off, while the audiences have also aged, I still don't think that's a good enough explanation, because there are teenagers and even adults who like these films. (I should know; I'm 16 years old and am a great fan of the franchise.)
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First off, you mentioned the characters aging. That's true, but the people who grew up with Alvin and the Chipmunks when it was first introduced to the world probably still enjoy those characters just as much as they did all those years ago. Second off, yes, the actors are definitely aging. But you know, they haven't aged to the extent that they are no longer usable for the characters in the films. And third off, while the audiences have also aged, I still don't think that's a good enough explanation, because there are teenagers and even adults who like these films. 
   
 
And you talked about how long the movies take to produce. I'd like to point out that from the first to the third installments, there were only two-year gaps between films. So I don't think it will be too difficult an endeavor for the studios to make another film. For all we know, they could be considering a fifth movie right now. Another film is clearly a possibility.
 
And you talked about how long the movies take to produce. I'd like to point out that from the first to the third installments, there were only two-year gaps between films. So I don't think it will be too difficult an endeavor for the studios to make another film. For all we know, they could be considering a fifth movie right now. Another film is clearly a possibility.

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Granditamias wrote:
Again, it's not impossible, but it would be a very troubled production. The characters have aged, the actors have aged, and the audience have aged since the first film over ten years ago. Considering how long it takes to make an AATC live action film, the very earliest we could see a fifth instalment would be December 2019, which is about a year and a half from now. That's under the baseless assumtion that they'd be in pre-production right now and keeping everything under wraps, which as far as we know they're not. There's also another Star Wars movie happening around that time, and I don't think Fox would make the same mistake that they made with Road Chip.

All right, I guess you do have a bit of a point there. But there are some aspects of what you say here that I don't really agree with. I apologize, but they don't seem like good enough reasons for the studios not to make a fifth movie. I'll explain why.

First off, you mentioned the characters aging. That's true, but the people who grew up with Alvin and the Chipmunks when it was first introduced to the world probably still enjoy those characters just as much as they did all those years ago. Second off, yes, the actors are definitely aging. But you know, they haven't aged to the extent that they are no longer usable for the characters in the films. And third off, while the audiences have also aged, I still don't think that's a good enough explanation, because there are teenagers and even adults who like these films. 

And you talked about how long the movies take to produce. I'd like to point out that from the first to the third installments, there were only two-year gaps between films. So I don't think it will be too difficult an endeavor for the studios to make another film. For all we know, they could be considering a fifth movie right now. Another film is clearly a possibility.

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