They've made a sequel.
Worse yet, I have managed to get an early copy of this inevitable train wreck. Look at the poster...
Note the lack of blue lipstick on the all-too familiar baddie.
In preparation for this thankfully all too uncommon event I've inflicted my DVD of D&D1 on my housemate - including the wonderful D&D cameo deleted scene where you see Jeremy Irons hamming it up one second, and the next second after "cut" is called walking off the set realising what a terrible B-movie his Oscar winning Shakespearean self has been contractually manoeuvered into making.