Spider-Man: Far From Home
Before the first movie releases in July 2017, Sony has already staked this date out for the sequel. Jake Gyllenhaal will co-star as the classic Spider-Man villain Mysterio.
Top Gun: Maverick
Paramount announced this release date for the Top Gun sequel, which will once again star Tom Cruise. The story will follow fighter pilots dealing with drone tech that is making their flying skills obsolete. Jasco Games has a license to produce card games based on the original property.
The Lion King (Live Action)
In 2017, Disney bumped the untitled Indiana Jones 5 feature to make room for this live-action adaptation of the animated classic The Lion King.
Untitled Terminator Sequel
James Cameron is returning to shepherd this sequel, which will be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and see the return of franchise stars Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger. There have been several comic book adaptations of the property over the years, and more recently, board games based on indiviual movies.
Fox’s X-Men spinoff New Mutants has been bounced around to several dates, most recently February 22, 2019. Then in March 2018,Fox pushed the film back again to this date.
Untitled Disney Live Action
In 2017, Disney claimed this date for another live action film, hot of the heels of a live action Lion King.
New Line is adapting the crime drama series The Kitche, written by Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle released by DC/Vertigo. Elisabeth Moss, Tiffany Haddish, and Melissa McCarthy will star in this feature that sees the wives of Hell's Kitchen Irish Mobsters take over the business when their husbands get nabbed by the Feds.
Angry Birds 2
Sony Pictures announced this date for The Angry Birds Movie 2, which coincides with the 10th Anniversary of the video game. The film will be directed by Thurop Van Orman, who has credits on The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack as well as Adventure Time. John Rice (King of the HIll, Rick and Morty) will co-direct.
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