A sequel to John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place” is in active development at Paramount Pictures, the studio announced on Wednesday in CinemaCon.
At Sony’s CinemaCon presentation in Las Vegas, Sony Motion Pictures chairman Tom Rothman revealed that 2017’s surprise blockbuster “Jumanji” will be getting a sequel to premiere Christmastime of next year. Rothman acknowledged that the release date would pit it against “Star Wars: Episode IX,” which is set to premiere around the same time. “Jumanji: Welcome […]
The actress is stepping into big shoes for one much-hyped sequel, but it might have gotten in the way of her returning to Doug Liman's wicked sci-fi world (for now).
The fantasy of a Step Brothers sequel has mostly been just that. Will Ferrell has vaguely suggested Step Brothers 2 isn’t an impossibility, but there’s no guarantee it’ll be coming our way either. Ferrell recently shared an early plot idea that was toyed with for a future Huff N Doback adventure and on paper it sounds like a pretty sensible direction for a sequel.
Second green- and red-band trailers for raunchy comedy 'A Bad Moms Christmas,' a holiday sequel again starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn
“Blade Runner 2049” will have a relatively lengthy running time of two hours and 32 minutes, plus another 11 minutes for credits. It’s 35 minutes longer than the iconic 1982 original, which checked in at an hour and 57 minutes. Alcon Entertainment, Warner Bros., and Sony Pictures have set a worldwide release on Oct. 6... Read more »
EXCLUSIVE: Jeremy Irvine and Alexa Davies are warming up their vocal cords for Universal’s Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! Deadline has learned that the two will join new cast member Lily James as well as returning actors Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Christine Baranski in the movie musical sequel, which will bow in theaters July 20, 2018. Irvine is set to play the past version to Brosnan’s Sam, while Davies will take on the role of a young…
Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are set to return for 'Glass,' which brings together the stories of writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's two big hits