The number of films tied to geek culture has expanded rapidly in recent years, accounting for a bigger and bigger percentage of Hollywood releases.  "Best in Shows" is the ICv2 list of geek films, arranged by quarter, with some context for each.  Dates and other information are updated until release with new info as we get it.  To see all the periods we’re covering, see the "Best in Shows Index."

The Crow reboot
October 11
Sony's long-in-the-works reboot of The Crow, starring Jason Momoa has finally named a release date. Corin Hardy will direct this remake of the 1994 revenge thriller that starred Brandon Lee. The new film is lanned to be a faithful adaptation of James O'Barr's comic (see “Star Cast for 'Crow' Remake”).

Wonder Woman 2
November 1
The follow-up for the blockbuster Wonder Woman feature (which grossed $412.6 million domestically) was moved to this date in November 2017 after Disney moved Star Wars IX to a December release in September.

Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (Live Action)
November 8
Disney reserved this date in 2015, with the hopes of following up its success with both Maleficent and Cinderella with another live-action reimagining.

Sonic The Hedgehog
November 15
Paramount announced this date for a film based on the popular SEGA videogame character which will be directed by Jeff Fowler in February 2018. The film will be produced by Neal H. Moritz, with Deadpool director Tim Miller executive producing. There are plenty of licensed comics, board games and figures that feature Sonic and his friends Tails and Knuckles in the pipe.

Untitled 20th Century Fox Marvel Movie
November 22
on June 30, 2017, 20th Century Fox claimed this date for one if six untitled X-Men movie projects. Will it be Deadpool 3, X-Force, or a movie focusing on Dafne Keen, who played X-23 in Logan?

Frozen 2
November 27
Disney reserved this date in 2016, and announced in April 2017 that it would be the sequel to the animated hit Frozen.

Masters of the Universe 
December 18
Sony announced this date for the long-discussed He-Man reboot in April 2017. David S. Goyer is writing the screenplay. 

Star Wars: Episode IX
December 20
This date was announced in September 2017 for the third film in in the latest “Skywalker Trilogy,”  which will be written and directed by J.J. Abrams (see “'Star Wars: Episode IX' Finds Director / Writer”).

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