There has been a fair amount of movement on Hollywood geek projects in the last few weeks, and we round up the newly scheduled movies here.

Variety is reporting that Warner Bros. and MGM’s upcoming Tomb Raider reboot has been scheduled for March 16, 2018 (see “Best in Shows--Q1 2018”). The film will star Alicia Vikander as archeologist Lara Croft (see “Another Academy Award WInner to Play Lara Croft”). The previous two Tomb Raider movies, released in 2001 and 2003, grossed $432 million worldwide.

Marvel announced that Avengers: Infinity War is no longer planned as a two-part film earlier this month (see “'Avengers: Infinity War' Cut to One Movie”). Disney still plans to release Avengers:  Infinity War on May 4, 2018, as originally announced (see "Best in Shows: Q2 2018"). Avengers 4 is still scheduled for May 3, 2019 (see “Best in Shows--Q2 2019”), but according to Cinemablend, the directors, Joe and Anthony Russo, said the second film with be a very different movie. “We wanted the movie to be very different and distinctive, you know,” said Joe Russo. “There's certainly cross-pollination between characters and some story-arcs, but you know, the first movie is very clearly Avengers: Infinity War and, in time, we will reveal what the second film is.”

Legendary’s Pacific Rim 2 has been scheduled for February 23, 2018 (see “Best in Shows--Q1 2018”). The film will star John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) as Idris Elba’s son, Deadline is reporting. The sequel to the 2013 action film was originally scheduled for April 7, 2017, then moved to August 4, 2017. Steven S. DeKnight will direct (see “End of February Geek Movie Round-Up”).

Disney Animation revealed that it will release a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph. According to Variety,  the second installment of the franchise will release in theaters on March 9, 2018 (see “Best in Shows--Q1 2018”). The film will be directed by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston with John C. Reily reprising his role as the voice of Ralph.  This time, Ralph will leave the arcade world and venture into the internet.