The geek movie news is in, and it's time for another round-up!

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson revealed December 21, 2021 as the release date for his Black Adam movie via Twitter, along with an image of Black Adam by Jim Lee. The Shazam spin-off has been in development for years with Jaume Collet-Serra set to direct the stand-alone film (see “'Black Adam' Gets Director”).

Disney has announced five release dates for untitled Marvel Cinematic Universe films, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The five films will be released on October 7, 2022 (see "Best in Shows--Q4 2022"), February 17, 2023 (see " Best in Shows--Q1 2023"), May 5, 2023 (see " Best in Shows--Q2 2023"), July 28,2023 (see "Best in Shows--Q3 2023"), and November 3, 2023 (see "Best in Shows--Q4 2023"). Two of those films had previously been reserved for a film from Disney without specifying a studio. Disney also revealed two date changes: Nimona was pushed back from March 5, 2021 to January 14, 2022, and The King's Man was delayed seven months from February 14, 2020 to September 18, 2020.

Paramount Pictures released a trailer for The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run which will hit theaters on Memorial Day Weekend of 2020. This will be the first-ever CGI SpongeBob film, and it will feature SpongeBob and Patrick Star trying to recover Gary from The Lost City of Atlantic City. The original title was The SpongeBob Movie: It's a Wonderful Sponge set for release in Summer 2020 (see ""SpongeBob's 'Birthday Bash'").

Stan Lee's daughter Joan Celia Lee (JC), is suing her father's ex-assistant Bradley Herman and podcast host Alan Duke, according to TMZ. Herman, a guest on Duke's podcast, alleged that JC attacked her father by grabbing his neck and slamming his head into a chair. JC adamantly refuted this statement, and retaliated by filing a lawsuit which contained additional claims that Herman stole from her father and forged his name on loans. Stan Lee passed away in 2018 (see "RIP Stan Lee, at 95"). 

BlacKkKlansman director Spike Lee (see "'BlacKkKlansman ") will helm Legendary's upcoming Prince of Cats film, adapted from the graphic novel by Ron Wimberly, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  The project is described as an 80s hip-hop version of Romeo & Juliet in Brooklyn, a favorite setting of Lee's.

Warner Brothers Pictures released a trailer for Scoob!, a film about the origins of Scooby Doo. It features an all-star cast of voices including Zac Efron, Will Forte, and Amanda Seyfried, and will release on May 15, 2020.