Here we round-up all the film date announcements and moves over the last few weeks.

Disney announced Indiana Jones 5 will happen, helmed by Steven Spielberg once again, Deadline is reporting. Harrison Ford will also be reprising his iconic role as the title character. The film will release in theaters on July 19, 2019 (see “Best in Shows--Q3 2019”).

More immediately in Harrison Ford’s future is the untitled Blade Runner sequel, which will see Ford reprising his role as Rick Deckard, Deadline reported. The film will open on January 12, 2018. The film will also star Ryan Gosling (see “Late-January Geek Movie News Round-Up”).

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Paramount Pictures has scrapped the release of the animated The Little Prince feature, which was due in theaters on March 18, THR reported this week. The film, which has already opened overseas, and  boasts a voice cast that includes Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams, Paul Rudd, Marion Cotillard, James Franco and Benicio del Toro (see “International 'The Little Prince' Trailer”). The film will be released by another distributor later this year.

Sony Pictures announced a new release date for its Barbie movie, according to slashfilm. The Mattel toy-based theatrical release will open on Mother’s Day weekend, May 12, 2017 (see “ICv2: Best in Shows--Q2 2017”).

After Disney bumped Star Wars Episode VIII to December 15, 2017, Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, based on the sci-fi 80s video game nostalgia novel of the same title, was moved to March 30, 2018, according to slashflim. While there isn’t any direct merchandising yet associates with the title, expect there to be many geeky tie-ins closer to the release date.

Universal Pictures has moved The Mummy to March 24, 2017, THR is reporting.  The picture will star Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella (see “Geek Movie News Round-Up”).

Twentieth Century Fox revealed that Avatar 2 will not be ready for the planned Christmas 2017 release after all, The Wrap is reporting. The studio declined comment on the delay, which is the second for Avatar 2 (see “Best in Shows Update”).