Hollywood news is heating up for 2023, and it's time for another round-up!

Paramount+ picked up eOne’s Dungeons & Dragons TV series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  This series was first announced back in 2022 with Rawson Marshall Thurber writing, directing, and executive producing the pilot (see "Live-Action 'D&D' TV Series").  This is the kind of deal Hasbro wants to pursue; Hasbro put eOne's non-core entertainment assets up for sale recently (see "Hasbro Selling eOne Assets").

The organizers of SXSW Film & TV Festival have announced that Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves will headline the opening night film slate at their 2023 event, which runs from March 10 to March 19.  The movie, directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, will open the festival alongside Evil Dead Rise, directed by Lee Cronin; Problemista, directed by Julio Torres; and Flamin' Hot, directed by Eva Longoria.  Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is scheduled to be released in theaters on March 31, 2023 (see "Best in Shows -- 2023").

Marvel Studios released a new trailer and poster for Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania (see below).  The last trailer was released in October 2022 (see "'Quantumania' Trailer"), and this movie hits theaters on February 17, 2023.

Disney unveiled a new trailer for Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (see below).  This animated series will be headed to the Disney Channel on February 2, 2023, and then onto Disney+ on February 15, 2023 (see "'Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur' News").

Disney has also ordered a new Phineas and Ferb series from creator Dan Povenmire, as announced via the Disney+ Twitter account (see below).  The Phineas and Ferb TV series ran from 2008 to 2012, and also gave way to two movies as well as crossovers with Marvel and Star Wars characters (see "Mission Marvel", and also, "'May the Ferb Be With You'").  The order is for 40 new episodes that will be split into two seasons.

Greg Berlanti has signed a long term deal with Warner Bros. Television.  Berlanti, who was the executive producer responsible for DC's Arrowverse series as well as Doom Patrol and Titans, inked a deal that will have him at Warners till 2027; his previous contract would've ended in 2024.  Prior to the his new deal, Berlanti was working on a Green Lantern series which recently lost its showrunner  (see "'Green Lantern' Showrunner Out").

For more information on geek movie releases, check out ICv2's Best in Shows Geek Movie Calendar.  Currently, our calendars show releases running through 2027.