Zack Snyder returns to the genre that put him on the map with Army of the Dead in May on Netflix, where a group of mercenaries attempts to pull a massive heist during a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas.
Robert Kirkman’s excellent comic series Invincible arrives in March on Prime Video with a new animated series that follows the life of 17-year-old superhero Mark Grayson, who tries to juggle high school problems with training and trying to live up to his powerful and beloved superhero father, Omniman.
Arriving on HBO Max and in theaters in April, Mortal Kombat returns to live-action with an R rated reboot starring Lewis Tan, Joe Taslim, Jessica McNamee, Mehcad Brooks, Hiroyuki Sanada, Ludi Lin, Max Huang and more as the best warriors of Earthrealm battle for the fate of the planet against the supernatural warriors of Outworld.
Emma Stone plays the younger, but still insane, version of 101 Dalmatians’ iconic villain Cruella De Vil, who is determined to rise to the top of London’s fashion world at any cost, in the upcoming prequel movie from Disney.
Slightly over a month until its release on HBO Max, we have a new trailer for the four-hour epic that will be Zack Snyder’s Justice League, which features the return of Jared Leto’s Joker, black-suit Superman, Darkseid and his henchmen, and more.
Freddie Highmore is an engineering student pulled into a heist crew looking to break into the seemingly impentrable vault of the Bank of Spain to steal an impossible valuable lost treasure in the upcoming heist movie, The Vault.
Joel McHale and Kerry Bishé are a happily married couple who get a visit from a mysterious stranger who informs them they have “defects” and require an injection to make them more normal in the upcoming dark romantic comedy, Happily.