Delayed since 2017, it seems like the horror take on The New Mutants from director Josh Boone is finally coming out in April this year as a group of young mutants band together to try and escape a creepy hospital that claims to want to help them control their powers.
December kicks off with true-life legal drama Dark Waters and the first theatrical movie ever from the venerable Playmobil brand of toys.
After over 35 years, Netflix is bringing viewers back to the world of Thra for a prequel series to Jim Henson’s cult classic dark fantasy, The Dark Crystal, as three young Gelflings discover the secret of the vile Skeksis’ power and try to form a rebellion to stop them.
The third entry in what’s now a trilogy, Glass brings together the characters of Unbreakable and Split as David Dunn, Mr. Glass, and Kevin Wendell Crumb find themselves in a mental asylum run by Dr. Staple, who tries to convince the trio they do not have superpowers but are simply suffering from a mental delusion.
The only wide release this weekend is the long-anticipated Unbreakable/Split cross-over, Glass, but the critical response has not been great.
Following on the heels of the Lego movies, the Playmobil toy line arrives in August for its first feature film as Marla (Anya Taylor-Joy) is sucked into the world of Playmobil and travels across its many themed lands to try and find her missing little brother.
Security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities, who has teamed up with Dunn’s nemesis, evil mastermind Elijah Price aka Mr. Glass.
One of the two new X-Men movies hitting next year, The New Mutants is surprisingly seemingly going in a horror direction as a group of young mutants in a hospital/asylum have to deal with horrific things happening around them and their growing powers.
Judge Dredd and Deadpool are coming to the small screen, the first two New Mutants are cast, Jackie Chan and Stallone are teaming up for the first time and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
M. Night Shymalan started to pull himself partly out of the hole he dug himself into in the mid-2000’s in 2015 with The Visit and he pulls himself completely out this year with the fantastic thriller Split, where James McAvoy plays a man with 23 personalities who has kidnapped three girls to awaken a powerful 24th personality nicknamed “The Beast”.