2019 Movies (By Date)

Attack on Titan

    • Sci-Fi

    U.S. adaptation of the popular Manga.

    Untitled Will Ferrell/Jason Momoa Comedy

      • Comedy

      They are keeping the logline under wraps but when it was being pitched, sources described it as Galaxy Quest meets Ocean’s Eleven, with Ferrell a washed up TV star reuniting with his now grown TV show son (Momoa) who has become a huge star.

      The House with a Clock in Its Walls

        • Sci-Fi

        A young orphan named Louis Barnavelt discovers a world of hidden passageways in his uncle's old house.

        Marco Polo, a Young Man in Love

          • Adventure

          Young European adventurer helps change, and is changed, by the mighty Chinese Empire of Kublai Kahn.

          Middle Earth

            • Biography

            An epic story about author J.R.R. Tolkien and the tumultuous events that inspired his iconic novels The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings.

            Missile Command

              • Sci-Fi

              In Missile Command, players had to protect six California cities from a barrage of ballistic missiles.

              Rambo

              Rambo

                • Action

                Remake of the Rambo film series. Plot is unknown.

                Teammate: My Life in Baseball

                  • Biography

                  Recalling the important moments in catcher David Ross’ 15-year career, the book centers on his final game, when he became the oldest player to homer in a Game 7 of the World Series, helping the Cubs rally from a 3 games to 1 deficit to overtake the Cleveland Indians and win their first championship since 1908.

                  Seth Rogen and Lonely Island Music Festival Comedy

                    • Comedy

                    Seth Rogen and The Lonely Island are teaming up for a comedy loosely based on the events that took place on Fyre Island.

                    Genies

                      • Fantasy

                      Aladdin is a centuries-old Arabic folk tale that got the animated Disney treatment in 1992 in a film featuring Robin Williams as the voice of the blue-skinned Genie. The movie tells the story of Aladdin, a street urchin who finds a lamp that unleashes a Genie who grants him three wishes. A love interest and a sorcerer also figure into the proceedings. The new project would focus on the realm of the Genies and reveal how Aladdin's Genie ended up enslaved in the lamp.