Disney Studios will release this comedy film written by Steve martin, Dan Gregor, and Doug man. The film will be directed by mark Waters. The film follows Andy (Adam DeVine) who returns to the Magic Camp he attended as a youth as a counselor, hoping it will reinvigorate his career. He finds inspiration among the young campers he mentors.
Avengers: Infinity War
Marvel Studios announced this project in October 2014 as part of a slate of new films (see “'Black Panther,' 'Captain Marvel,' 'Inhumans' Movies”), and plans to release the second half of the third Avengers blockbuster to open May 3, 2019.
Fox initially reserved June 29 as a date for an “Untitled Fox/Marvel Project,” but in April 2017, announced this prime summer spot was being shifted to June 1, and the Merc with a Mouth would be making his triumphant return to the big screen here. Then in January 2018 it bumped it up to May. The first Deadpool movie made $783 million in 2016, with a February opening.
Solo: A Star Wars Story
Ron Howard helms this Star Wars spin-off feature film, which will follow the adventures of a young Han Solo before he swaggered onscreen as the dashing rogue in Star Wars – A New Hope. The script will be written by Empire Strikes Back screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan and his son Jake (see “'Lego Movie' Helmers to Direct 'Han Solo' 'Star Wars' Spin-Off”).
After 14 years, the sequel in this successful superhero franchise is do to finally hit screens, with Brad Bird, the director of the first, on board to write and direct.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Universal has announced this date for the sequel to its 2015 smash hit Jurassic World, which will see Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return to star. Colin Trevorrow, who directed Jurassic World, will co-write the screenplay with Derek Connolly. Steven Spielberg will executive produce.
Teen Titans Go!
Warner Bros. announced this date for an animated feature based on the Cartoon Network series Teen Titans Go! in September 2017.
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