On July 21, 2021, Zack Snyder signs first-look two-year film deal with Netflix that includes an Army of the Dead 2 sequel to the smash hit Army of the Dead.
The Disney+ She-Hulk TV series is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), sharing continuity with the films of the franchise. The series is produced by Marvel Studios, with Gao serving as head writer.
Tomb Radier 2 is written by Amy Jump and stars Alicia Vikander. Ben Wheatley is directing the film.
The Halloween Kills movie is a sequel to 2018’s Halloween and the twelfth installment in the Halloween franchise.
At long last, Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist—international bestseller and Guinness World Record holder for most translated work by a living author, is coming to the big screen. It will be produced by Will and Jada Smith, who has long counted it one of his favorite books.
The Continental takes place 40 years before the events of the John Wick series and is centered around a chain of hotels located all around the world that function as a neutral territory for members of the criminal underworld.
Rob Zombie announced The Munsters via an Instagram post on June 7, 2021. The project is set up at Universal Studios’ 1440 Entertainment hinting the movie will likely go directly to streaming on Peacock.
On July 13, 2021 it was announced that WandaVision director Matt Shakman closed a deal to direct the next untitled “Star Trek” film for Paramount and Bad Robot. Lindsey Beer and Geneva Robertson wrote the script. JJ Abrams is producing via his Bad Robot banner. Plot details are being kept under wraps
Chariot is based on the AWA (Artists, Writers, and Artisans) graphic novel written by comic book creator and screenwriter Bryan Edward Hill (American Carnage, Bitter Root), drawn by Priscilla Petraites (Rat Queens) and edited by AWA Chief Creative Officer Axel Alonso.
Young actress Rosalie Chiang lends her voice to Mei Lee, a 13-year-old who suddenly ‘poofs’ into a giant red panda when she gets too excited (which is practically ALWAYS).