Daniel Craig returns for one final outing as James Bond in the 25th movie in the franchise, No Time to Die, where Bond comes out of retirement to help Felix Leiter stop a dangerous new villain with some sort of secretive ties to Bond’s lady love, Madeleine Swan.
Ralph Fiennes directed and starred in the 2011 Shakespeare adaptation Coriolanus, where the acclaimed actor brought the tragedy of Roman general Caius Martius to a modern warfare setting while keeping the dialogue of Shakespeare’s original work intact.
Daniel Craig uses his License to Kill one last time for next April’s No Time To Die, as James Bond gets put on the trail of a dangerous new villain (played by Rami Malek), who has deadly new technology that threatens the world.
Kingsman’s first-ever agents try to stop a deadly plot by a dangerous cabal during World War I in the upcoming Kingsman prequel, The King’s Man, which arrives in February 2020.
At Alfred’s insistence, Lego Batman decides to take some more responsibility in his life, starting by actually acknowledging the orphan he adopted, who becomes Robin and helps Batman take down The Joker, whose latest plan threatens Lego Gotham City.
After stealing the show in The Lego Movie, Will Arnett’s Lego Batman is back next year for the spin-off, The Lego Batman Movie, where Lego Joker (Zach Galafinakis) unleashes his latest nefarious plot against Gotham.