2018 Movies (By Date)

Untitled Disney Female Santa Claus Movie

    • Comedy

    Currently going by the running title “Nicole,” the story revolves Santa’s daughter who is forced to take over the family business when her father decides to retire and brother ends up getting cold feet prior to his first big Christmas Eve flight.

    Stuart Little

      • Family

      A remake of the hit children's film. No further details have been released.

      COPS

        • Crime

        a feature adaptation of the famous police reality procedural TV series. The idea is to turn that vibe — best known for its catchy theme song — into an edgy narrative feature with a buddy comedy bent on the order of a Lethal Weapon.

        Shinobi

          • NONE
          • Action

          Remake of the 2005 Japanese action hit "Shinobi."

          The original pitted two rival ninja clans against each when members from each fall in love, remake is modernizing the Romeo and Juliet premise and resetting it in Hong Kong and will infuse the film with elements from Asian gangster and ninja genres. There, the victor of a 160-year-old feud between two multinational security forces is being decided, with a love affair complicating matters.

          Death of Superman

            • Superhero

            New Animated DC movie based on the popular Death of Superman comics.

            Witness for the Prosecution

              • Drama

              An adaptation of the Agatha Christie short story and play that first hit the big screen in 1957. A lawyer represents a man accused of murdering a wealthy widow with whom she became so infatuated that she left him her estate. The suspect’s wife (Dietrich), while initially unable to testify against her husband, is called as a witness for the prosecution because she was married to another man when she wed the defendant. She fingers him for the murder, to clear her conscience. Twists and turns unfold from there, as one would expect in an Agatha Christie whodunit.

              Black Klansman

                • Drama

                Klansman tells the story of Ron Stallworth, a detective in Colorado Springs, Colorado, who in 1978 answered an ad in the local newspaper seeking new Klan members. He not only gained membership, but rose through the ranks to become the head of the local chapter. Stallworth, who is black, was able to gather all sorts of intelligence by pretending to be a white supremacist on the phone or via other forms of correspondence but sent a white fellow officer in his place for any in-person meetings. During his undercover work, Stallworth managed to sabotage several cross-burnings and other activities of the notorious hate group.

                White Men Can’t Jump

                  • Sport

                  The original White Men, written and directed by Ron Shelton, starred Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes as two street basketball hustlers who at first try to hustle each other, then team up for a bigger score. Also figuring into the equation is Harrelson’s character’s longtime girlfriend, played by Rosie Perez, whose dream is to appear on Jeopardy! No new plot developments for the remake have been announced

                  Pennywise: The Story of IT

                  Pennywise: The Story of IT

                    • Documentary

                    From Dead Mouse Productions Ltd and Cult Screenings UK Ltd, makers of Leviathan: The Story of Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser II, You're so cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night and RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop and John Campopiano, director/writer of Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary comes this brand-new documentary Pennywise: The Story of IT. A fully independent retrospective into the making of Stephen King’s IT and its cultural impact over the last 28 years. Supported by dozens of the original cast and crew including Tim Curry, Tommy Lee Wallace and Bart Mixon Pennywise is made by fans of the IT for fans of IT. The crew have already received support from over 20 of the cast and crew, including acquiring over 2 hours of never-before-seen set footage from SFX wizard Bart Mixon, as well as loads of archival and behind-the-scenes photos and there is no doubt that by the time of production many more key players will be attached to share their amazing stories about one of the most iconic movies ever-made.

                    The Night Gardener

                      • Family

                      The book is Auxier’s follow-up to his widely popular “Peter Nimble and His Fantastic Eyes,” with this story following two orphan siblings who travel to work as servants at the creepy, crumbling Windsor estate, but neither the house nor its inhabitants are quite what they seem. Soon the children are confronted by a mysterious specter and an ancient curse that threatens their very lives.