In an article from Variety about the revival of MGM studios, the publication mentions some of the higher-profile feature films that is in the works:

Over the next few years, MGM is planning to release half a dozen films, some in the $150 million to $200 million-plus range. Studio is ready to unveil such high-profile projects as Terminator 4; one or two installments of The Hobbit, which Sloan hopes will be directed by Peter Jackson; and a sequel to The Thomas Crown Affair with Pierce Brosnan.{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}It has already announced a The Pink Panther sequel and the next 007 pic James Bond 22, due out in November 2008. Rocky Balboa unspools in February.{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}The pics are all franchises that MGM owns the rights to through its 4,000-title library. The goal is to release two or three tentpoles a year, all of which will be made with financial partners, including Wall Street money or other studios.{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}The Hobbit will be produced in partnership with New Line, which Sloan says shares the rights to the property with MGM.