Learn when we will see the new trailers for upcoming films in our continuously updated movie trailer release date calendar. In this update, watch the War For the Planet of the Apes trailer tease ahead of tomorrow’s full trailer.
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Sony Pictures has dated a movie focusing on Spider-Man villain Venom for October 5, 2018.
Alex Kurtzman has signed on to direct the film. (Update: Exhibitor Relations announced the date and failed to update that Alex isn’t directing.) Hit the jump for more details on the Venom movie.
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Warner Bros is shifting the release of James Wan’s Aquaman, pushing the DC comics adaptation back two months to Christmas 2018. Find out moire details about the new Aquaman release date, after the jump.
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The stars of David Fincher‘s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig, are not returning for the sequel. Sony is moving forward with director Fede Alvarez (Don’t Breathe) and a new cast. Alvarez’s adaptation of David Lagercran’s The Girl in the Spider’s Web opens in theaters October 5, 2018.
Below, learn more about The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo sequel/reboot.
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Netflix is producing a ton of original content these days and I’ve been finding it harder and harder to keep track of it all. Netflix will release 1,000 hours of original shows and movies in 2017, spending $6 billion to do so. That’s almost double the amount of original programming they released 2016, which included an estimated 126 TV shows. You would have to spend 41 days binge-watching Netflix to see all of their expected 2017 original programming.
The following is a completely updated list of Netflix Originals release dates for all of the Netflix Original TV Shows and Netflix Original Movies. We have also included a list of the upcoming productions that don’t have a scheduled release date yet.
- 3/13: Netflix acquires Aaron Burns‘ horror film Madre, season two of A Series of Unfortunate Events has been confirmed.
- 3/9: Netflix acquires Spike Lee documentary Rodney King, releases a trailer and dates Marlon Wayans‘ time-loop comedy Naked, a release date for Andrea Molaioli’s Italian teen pregnancy Nick Hornsby adaptation Slam, Small Crimes dated.
- 3/5: Dates for two new Dave Chappelle comedy specials, Netflix renews their sitcom One Day At A Time for a second season, announcement of a Korean period Zombie thriller series called Kingdom.
- 3/2: Netflix announces new documentary Get Me Roger Stone about Donald Trump’s advisor, to premiere at Tribeca and be released in Spring 2017.
- 3/1: Dates and trailers for Mindhunter and GLOW, Additions of Troy: Fall of a City, Black Earth Rising and The Spy
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It’s been over seven years since James Cameron brought Avatar into theaters and it became the highest grossing movie of all time. Since then, the loyal group of fans have been waiting for the director to follow it up with his promised sequels. The number of sequels that James Cameron has promised grew to four last year with an announcement at CinemaCon, and since then we’ve expected them to arrive starting in 2018. But guess what? That’s not gonna happen.
Find out the disappointing news James Cameron had about the Avatar 2 release date below. Read More »
Posted on Monday, February 27th, 2017 by Jacob Hall
The upside to being a movie and television fan in the age of the internet is that you can follow upcoming projects every step of the way! The downside to being a movie and television fan in the age of the internet is that you can follow upcoming projects every step of the way. This double-edged sword has cut both ways for Star Trek: Discovery, a show that has allowed fans to cheer on the thought of more Star Trek while also wincing at every single little hiccup, even if it was a natural growing pain.
At the very least, it’s starting to look like one aspect of CBS’ new series is set in stone. Sort of. Kind of. Unless something goes horribly wrong, Star Trek: Discovery will premiere this Fall. Find out what was said about the Star Trek Discovery release date.
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This year, 20th Century Fox has three films set within the X-Men film universe heading into production. There’s the highly anticipated Deadpool 2 following up last year’s runaway R-rated hit, the X-Men spin-off The New Mutants from The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone, and the next installment of the primary mutant franchise, reportedly titled X-Men: Supernova, and likely directed by Simon Kinberg, who is also producing all of them.
Since Simon Kinberg is the common thread between all of these films, it should come as no surprise that he’s in the know regarding the development of each them. The producer is currently making the rounds promoting Logan (which he also produced), he’s been fielding a lot of questions about the future of the X-Men universe. Though he wasn’t able to give any major details away, he did confirm that 20th Century Fox is aiming to have both The New Mutants and Deadpool 2 in theaters in 2018. Read More »
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Fans of the movie-mocking Mystery Science Theater 3000 had their wildest dreams come true when a successful Kickstarter campaign resulted in the show getting revived for a whole new season of episodes making fun of more movies. Making the return of the show even sweeter was that Netflix picked it up for exclusive distribution on their streaming service.
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival has been in production for awhile, and now we finally get to see how the whole new crew of the Satellite of Love looks in the first cast photo. Plus, Netflix has announced the official release date, and fans won’t have to wait too much longer to get some new cinema lampooning.
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The 2017 Sundance Film Festival came and went last month, and some of the /Film crew was up in the mountains to see the latest offerings in independent cinema. Our favorite movie from the festival ended up being The Big Sick, the remarkably true and touching story of how comedian Kumail Nanjiani and producer Emily V. Gordon met and fell in love. The film was picked up by Amazon for distribution in a major $12 million deal, and now The Big Sick release date has finally been set for this summer. Read More »