A group of citizens in 70s New York City join together into a Nazi hunting vigilante team when they discover that hundreds of Nazis are hiding in plain sight in America in next year’s Jordan Peele produced Amazon series, Hunters.
Director Nacho Vigalondo is bringing his unique vision to Netflix with the upcoming Spanish superhero comedy series The Neighbor, that feels like it has some inspiration from a certain 80s classic (believe it or not).
When he comes home to find his beloved Gary missing, Spongebob and Patrick set out on a quest to find him in the third SpongeBob movie, Sponge on the Run, arriving in May of next year.
After breaking up with The Joker, Harley Quinn gets help from her BFF Poison Ivy to gather a crew of misfits and make a name for herself in the DC villain underworld in the upcoming DC Universe animated series.
After the Internet revolted over his original design in the first trailer, Paramount actually listened and did a full redesign of the Blue Blur, which you can check out in the newly released trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog.
Blumhouse is bringing back the cheesy 70s favorite Fantasy Island but the new paradise has a much more sinister side as guests experience their deepest fantasy, no matter the cost.
When her abusive ex seemingly commits suicide, Cecilia Kass inherits his fortune but she suspects he may have faked his death and used his scientific knowledge to turn himself invisible to continue terrorizing her in next year’s reboot of The Invisible Man from Blumhouse.
A strange meteorite crash lands near the home of Nicolas Cage and his family and it starts to have a strange and increasingly disturbing effect on everything around it in next year’s Lovecraft adaptation, Color Out of Space.
Two big properties inspired by games arrive in December with The Witcher starring Henry Cavill hitting Netflix and the sequel Jumanji: The Next Level hitting theaters with The Rock, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan.
Sam Raimi is helping to bring back The Grudge franchise, with a reboot arriving the first weekend of 2020 starring John Cho and Andrea Riseborough as the main characters dealing with a vengeful spirit that is haunting a suburban home.