We’ve got a batch of geek movie news from the last week, and we round it up here.

Two Fox Marvel movies, Deadpool 2 and X-Men:  Dark Phoenix, have wrapped production, according to Slashfilm, which sourced the news from Deadpool 2 star Ryan Reynolds’ Facebook page and X-Men: Dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg’s Instagram account.  Deadpool 2 is due June 1, 2018, less than two months after fellow Fox release New Mutants (see “Best in Shows – Q2 2018”).  X-Men:  Dark Phoenix will premiere on November 2, 2018 (see “Best in Shows – Q4 2018”).

A new writer, Mike Vukadinovich, has been assigned to come up with a script for the long-gestating Beetlejuice 2, according to Hollywood ReporterOriginal director Tim Burton and star Michael Keaton have both expressed interest in the past (see “Time Might Be Right for ‘Beetlejuice 2’”), but neither is formally attached to the Warner Bros. production yet.

MGM has signed Conrad Vernon (Sausage Party, Monsters vs. Aliens, Shrek 2) to direct the animated Addams Family feature according to Hollywood Reporter.  The project has been at MGM since 2013 (see  “’The Addams Family’ Will Be Animated Feature”).

Warner Bros. announced the title and voice cast for the Teen Titans animated feature via a Twitter GIF.  The title is Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, and the cast is Greg Cipes (Beast Boy), Scott Menville (Robin), Khary Payton (Cyborg), Tara Strong (Raven) and Hynden Walch (Starfire), with Will Arnett and Kristen Bell announced for unrevealed roles. 

In a move toward organizing a full-fledged studio financing its own movies, Hasbro has hired experienced production executive Greg Mooradian to oversee its Allspark Pictures division beginning in January, according to Variety.  Mooradian comes to Allspark from Fox 2000; he’s also been at Paramount, where he worked on Hasbro properties G.I. Joe and Transformers. 

How to Talk to Girls at Parties is a film adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s short story, directed by John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch) and starring Elle Fanning and Nicole Kidman. The film premiered at Cannes this spring (see “Film of Gaiman Short Story Shopped at Cannes”) and was picked up by Studio Canal for theatrical release. No release date has been announced. Dark Horse released a graphic novel adaptation of the story in 2016 (see “Neil Gaiman Short Story Gets OGN Adaptation”).