cliffhanger


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cliffhanger

a situation of imminent disaster usually occurring at the end of each episode of a serialized film
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Michael's apparent return wasn't the only cliffhanger, though.
France first found fame with his 1991 spec sale for Cliffhanger, which became a worldwide hit for thesp Sylvester Stallone and helmet Renny Harlin.
Someone stole the script right out of the star's car, and could leak all the plot resolutions to the biggest cliffhanger ever.
WALES Women's rugby head coach Rhys Edwards has paid tribute to his side after they beat Italy 16-15 in a real cliffhanger at Stadio Pacevecchia in Benevento.
But Sherlock took TV moment for its cliffhanger end of series two, which saw Sherlock apparently leap to his death, and then disappear.
The Cliffhanger at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park hangs over a canyon more than 7,000ft in the air.
When Bella learns the secret of his mysterious tribe and the real reason why Edward left her, the stage is set for the cliffhanger before the next movie, Eclipse.
Internet forums have been buzzing with speculation about how Sherlock Holmes, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, faked his own death in last week's cliffhanger.
The 13-year-old girl escaped serious injury despite falling around four metres from the Cliffhanger Miami Trip ride in York.
Corrie cliffhanger MORE than 10 million people tuned in to watch Friday's Corrie cliffhanger as a murderer remained on the loose, audience figures showed.
Canberra A new Australian government could still be days away as yesterday's cliffhanger election produced a hung parliament.
Cliffhanger (Sky Movies Action & Adverture, 9.00pm) A retired mountain rescue expert is drawn into a battle of wits with a psychopathic criminal searching for a $100million fortune lost in the Rockies - and puts his life on the line as he negotiates the treacherous mountains in a bid to stay one step ahead of the crook.