Sequel Bits: 'Zoolander 2,' 'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter', 'Kung Fu Panda 3', 'Hunger Games'

Can't wait for news on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter or those The Hunger Games prequels? Well, worry no more, because we have some updates on both.

  • Check out some Zoolander 2 character posters
  • Will Kung Fu Panda 3 be Dreamworks Animation's comeback?
  • Resident Evil: The Final Chapter has wrapped shooting
  • Jennifer Lawrence shares her thoughts on The Hunger Games prequels
  • Most of the main stars of Zoolander returned to their roles for the sequel, but there's some new characters the posters highlight, such as Penelope Cruz's Interpol agent and Kristen Wiig's terrifying fashion queen.

    Zoolander 2 opens in theaters February 6th, 2016.Kung Fu Panda 3

    Dreamworks Animation has had a rough few years. They recently decided to start releasing only one film a year, and DWA President Ann Daly is confident their next film, Kung Fu Panda 3, will be a nice win for them. Here's what Daly had to say (picked up by The Wrap):

    I feel really good about it, after having spent so many years developing this intellectual property and now being able to take into all these other businesses, where our customer brand matters. This has been a hard year, but we have retooled and emerged with a new leadership team, we're very focused and we now have the experience to effectively exploit our properties and talent fully.

    Kung Fu Panda 3 opens in theaters January 29th, 2016.Resident Evil The Final Chapter cast

    Production has wrapped on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, which follows the ending we saw in Resident Evil: Retribution (I can't be the only one who gets the events and titles of these movies confused, right?). To celebrate the end of the principal photography, actress Milla Jovovich has shared behind-the-scenes shots on her Instagram account.

    A photo posted by Milla Jovovich (@millajovovich) on

    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter opens in theaters January 27th, 2017.hunger-games-4-10

    Lionsgate doesn't want to give up that Hunger Games money. The studio wants to make prequels, which, while speaking with VarietyJennifer Lawrence expressed zero interest in:

    "I wouldn't be involved. I think it's too soon. They've got to let the body get cold, in my opinion."