Chris Pine stars as Robert the Bruce in David Mackenzie’s follow-up to Hell or High Water, Outlaw King, coming to Netflix and select theaters in November.
Danny and Colleen continue their quest to keep the streets of NYC safe but Danny’s former brother turned mortal enemy Davos returns with his own Iron Fist powers and promises to make Danny suffer in Season 2 of Iron Fist on Netflix.
Cary Fukunaga is back for a new Netflix Original series, Maniac, where Emma Stone and Jonah Hill are patients of an experimental medical trial that involves putting them into alternate reality scenarios, like a Lord of the Ringsesque fantasy, in order to try and “cure” their individual psychological issues.
James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez have teamed up to adapt the classic manga Battle Angel Alita for the big screen this December.
Another SDCC is in the books and, as usual, there were a ton of trailers revealed for movies and TV shows, including Glass, the Arrowverse, The Clone Wars, The Crimes of Grindelwald, Better Call Saul, Rise of the TMNT, The Walking Dead and much more.
Arthur Curry must return home to Atlantis and take his rightful place as king to stop his half-brother Orm from launching a devastating war against the surface world in this December’s solo Aquaman movie from director James Wan.
Young Billy Batson is chosen by an ancient wizard to be the next in line to wield his incredible power, which turns Billy into an adult version of himself with incredible powers on par with someone like Superman in next year’s Shazam.
The King of the Monsters returns to an Earth on the brink of destruction and some old friends (Mothra, Rodan and Ghidrah) are back as well in next year’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the third movie of WB’s “Monsterverse” universe.
JCVD is a bouncer who goes to work in the criminal underworld in order to support his 8 year old daughter in the upcoming French action thriller The Bouncer aka Lukas.
One of the major selling points of the upcoming DC Universe streaming service, Titans is an original series exclusive to that platform which brings the Teen Titans to live action and promises a darker and more violent take than some more recent versions of the team.