This was an interesting question Theli. Would some of the series being made today stand the test of time, and continue to be made in 10-15 years? I'm not trying to be a jerk, but most the responses were about how bad movies are today. That's a different issue in my opinion.
Unfortunately, unless something changes, I would say yes, that many series today will continue to be sequeled and remade in 10-15 years. I think Paranormal and Saw are great examples (given by Theli). These will be milked as long as there is money to be made.
Now, will they be regarded with the same favor that Friday and Elm St are? I don't know. However, you have so many true horror fans that knock those series, and also those that hate Paranormal and Saw. Not sure there's much a difference in those situations really.
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Or maybe I misunderstood the OP. It was written continue to be "made." So I was interpreting that as whether the sequeled series of today will continue to be made in 10-15 years.
Now, if the point is would movies today have the same popularity in 10-15 years that things like Friday and Elm St did. I would say some would. Like Mike wrote though, the choices we have now may make that harder.
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