What is the opposite of prequel?
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Subsequently, one may also ask, what does prequel and sequel mean?
A prequel is a work that forms part of a backstory to the preceding work. All prequels are, by definition, essentially sequels in that they "expand on a previous or preceding work." The term "prequel" is a 20th-century neologism that is a portmanteau of the prefix "pre-" (from Latin prae, "before") and "sequel".
Secondly, what was the first prequel ever made? The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) is probably the first notable film prequel.
Additionally, what is the difference between a prequel and a sequel?
The main difference between Sequel and Prequel is that the Sequel is a narrative that continues the story of previous work and Prequel is a literary, dramatic, or filmic work whose story precedes that of a previous work.
What comes after a prequel?
A sequel depicts actions that come AFTER the events shown in the original book or movie. A prequel depicts actions that came BEFORE the events in the original book or movie.