Tom & Jerry
Warner Bros. announced this date for the live-action/ animation hybrid film directed by Tim Story.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
This second Marvel film featuring the powerful mystic will star Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen. The storyline will connect directly to the storyline of WandaVision, which will appear on Disney+.
John Wick 4
Lionsgate announced this date for the next installment of the adventures of the retired hitman played by Keanu Reeves.
Warner Bros. named this date for its long-gestating Akira live action feature, to be directed by Thor: Ragnarok helmer Taika Waititi (see “’Geek Movie Round-Up”).
DC Super Pets
Warner Bros. announced this film in January 2019. It will be directed by Jared Stern and Same Levine, and produced by Patty Hicks. The pets of DC Superheroes (Superman’s dog Krypto, Batman’s dog Ace the Bat-Hound, Supergirl’s cat Streaky) formed their own crime-fighting group which has appeared in a children’s series, and as a short on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation.
Emma Stone will play Cruella de Vil in this live-action take on the 101 Dalmations characters, with Emma Thompson also taking a starring role (see "Thompson in 'Cruella'").
Jurassic World 3
Universal Pictures announced this third film for the dinosaur adventure series well ahead of the June 22 opening of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Colin Trevorrow, director of the 2015 reboot, and co-writer of Fallen Kingdom will write the new feature with Emily Carmichael (co-writer of Pacific Rim Uprising).
Untitled Pixar Animation Film
In April 2017, Disney reserved this date for a Pixar film.
Warner Bros. announced this film in January 2019. Matt Reeves’ film will not star Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight, but little else is known, beyond Reeves comments that his Batman will be more in detective mode than previous films.
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