Besides The Lion King, it’s a pretty light week for new DVDs and Blu-Rays but there’s the new season of Veronica Mars, Wonder Woman: Bloodlines and a few other titles as well.
The Creed family discovers a disturbing local legend in their backyard when they move from Boston to rural Maine in this spring’s new version of the Stephen King classic Pet Semetary.
Another Disney animated classic is getting a live action reboot as Dumbo arrives in March of next year with Tim Burton behind the camera.
Dario Argento’s iconic 1977 horror classic is getting remade this November with Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino at the helm and Dakota Johnson starring as a ballerina who joins a prestigious European dance company but finds horrific things happening behind the scenes.
Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek star in this summer’s Papillon, which is a prison break drama based on both a true story and the 1973 film of the same name that starred Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman.
Bruce Willis steps into the shoes of Charles Bronson for the long delayed remake of Death Wish, as Dr. Paul Kersey takes the law into his own hands on the streets of Chicago after his family is violently attacked in their home.
March kicks off with two brutal movies as Jennifer Lawrence is forced to become a Russian spy in Red Sparrow and Bruce Willis gets revenge for his family in the remake of Death Wish.
A remake of Joel Schumacher’s 1990 film, the new Flatliners stars Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton and Kiersey Clemons as the new group of young doctors trying to find out what happens when you die by killing and then reviving each other.
Beauty and the Beast remained strong with the fourth best 2nd weekend in history while Logan has crossed over half a billion worldwide and Power Rangers had a stronger debut than anticipated.
The Rock and Zac Efron butt heads in this summer’s reboot of the cheesy classic, Baywatch.