Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige is developing a new Star Wars movie for the next wave of projects set in "a galaxy, far, far away," according to The Hollywood Reporter.  There will be at least a two-year hiatus between Star Wars films after the release of The Rise of Skywalker in December (see “’Star Wars’ Movie Hiatus”).

Universal Pictures announced that Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum will join Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt in Jurassic World 3, according to Deadline. They will reprise their roles from 1997’s Jurassic Park. Colin Trevorrow will be back in the director's chair for this third installment of the reboot, and production is set to start in early 2020 (see "Treverrow Returns to 'JurassicWorld'").

Warner Bros. is in negotiations with Jeffrey Wright to play Commissioner Jim Gordon in The Batman, according toThe Hollywood Reporter. Wright as Gordon would continue the "revolving door" of this character's casting starting with Pat Hingle, from the 1989 Batman film, and continuing on through the most recentJustice League portrayal done by J.K. Simmons. The Batmanwill star Robert Pattinson as the caped crime-fighter and is set to release June 25,2021 (see "Pattinson as Batman").  

Dan Ackroyd will be appearing in Jason Reitman's Ghostbusters according to The Hollywood Reporter. It is assumed, but unconfirmed, that the actor will reprise the role of Ray Stanz in the new movie. The new Ghostbusters movie will pick up where the first two movies left off, and be out in 2020 (see “’Ghostbusters’ Gets Release Date”).

Undiscovered Country, the upcoming Image Comics series by New York Times best-selling writers Scott Snyder and Charles Soule with art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, has been acquired prerelease by New Republic Pictures for development. Snyder and Soule are also attached as writers and they will serve as executive producers with Camuncoli. The Undiscovered Country comic book series arrives in stores on November 6 (see "Scott Snyder, Charles Soule, & Giuseppe Comuncoli Unveil 'UndiscoveredAmerica'").

A TV spot for Rise of Skywalker began airing last weekend, no doubt the beginning of a much larger campaign that will continue until its December release date (see "'Rise of Skywalker' Poster Revealed") .