Release Schedule

March 3: Untitled Wolverine sequel (Fox)
March 31: Ghost In The Shell (Paramount)
May 5: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 
June 2: Wonder Woman
June 16: Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Fox)
July 7: Spider-Man: Homecoming (Sony release, Marvel Studios-produced)
October 6: Untitled Fox Marvel film (Fox)
November 3: Thor: Ragnarok
November 17: Justice League
Unscheduled 2017: Bloodshot (Valiant/Sony)

February 16: Black Panther
March 2: Untitled Fox Marvel film (Fox) (new date)
March 16: The Flash
May 4: Avengers: Infinity War
June 29: Untitled Fox Marvel film (Fox) (new date)
July 6: Ant-Man and the Wasp
July 20: Alita: Battle Angel (Fox)
July 27: Aquaman
October 5: Untitled DC/Warner Bros. film
December 21: Spider-Man Animated Feature (Sony)

March 8: Captain Marvel
April 5: Shazam
May 3: Untitled Avengers film
June 14: Justice League, Part 2
November 1: Untitled DC/Warner Bros. film

April 3: Cyborg
May 1: Untitled Marvel Studios film
July 10: Untitled Marvel Studios film
July 24: Untitled DC film (presumed to be Green Lantern Corps)
November 6: Untitled Marvel Studios film


– Ben Affleck-directed Batman solo film.

– Announced but unscheduled Deadpool sequel.

– Gambit (Fox) (Several publications have reported that the film’s original October 7, 2016 date has been “unset” with no rescheduled date announced. Recent reports suggest the film will go into production in “late 2016,” making it a candidate for Fox’s reserved October 6, 2017 date).

– Inhumans (Marvel has removed the film from its July 12, 2019 release date though the project is officially not dead.)

– Fantastic Four 2 (Fox) (Several publications have reported the release date has been changed from June 2017 to TBD, and while there hasn’t been any official confirmation by Fox, this seems like a very likely bet with the future of the current incarnation of the franchise very much in doubt).

SCI-FI, FANTASY & GENRE Live-Action Movie Release Schedule


October 21: A Monster Calls (Focus Features)
November 18: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them (Warner Bros.)
December 16: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Disney)
December 21: Assassin’s Creed (Fox)
December 21: Passengers (ColumbiaPictures)

January 6: Underworld: Blood Wars (Screen Gems)
January 13: Monster Trucks (Paramount)
January 20: xXx: The Return of Xander Cage (Paramount)
January 27: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Screen Gems)
February 10: John Wick: Chapter Two (Lions Gate Entertainment)
February 17: The Dark Tower (Columbia)
February 17: The Great Wall (Universal)
February 24: God Particle (Paramount)
March 3: Wilson (Fox Searchlight)
March 10: Kong: Skull Island (Warner Bros.)
March 17: Beauty and the Beast (Disney)
March 24: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (Warner Bros.)
March 24: Power Rangers (Lions Gate)
April 14: Fast 8 (Universal)
May 26: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Disney)
June 9: The Divergent Series: Ascendant (Summit)
June 9: The Mummy (Universal)
June 9: World War Z (Paramount)
June 16: Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Fox)
June 23: Transformers: The Last Knight (Paramount)
June 30: Uncharted (Columbia)
July 14: War for the Planet of the Apes (Fox)
July 21: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (EuropaCorp)
July 28: Jumanji (Columbia)
July 28: Untitled Disney live-action movie
August 4: Alien: Covenant (Fox)
August 11: The Coldest City (Focus)
October 6: Blade Runner 2 (Warner Bros.)
October 10: Geostorm (Warner Bros.)
October 24: Untitled Saw sequel (Lionsgate)
December 15: Star Wars: Episode VIII (Disney)
December 22: The Six Billion Dollar Man (Dimension Films)

January 12: Maze Runner: The Death Cure (Fox)
February 9: The Predator (Fox)
March 2: Meg (Warner Bros.)
March 9: Wreck-It Ralph 2 (Disney)
March 16: Tomb Raider (Warner Bros. / MGM)
March 30: Ready Player One (Warner Bros.)
April 6: Untitled Disney live-action movie
May 25: Untitled Star Wars Han Solo prequel (Disney)
June 8: Untitled Transformers Bumblebee movie (Paramount)
June 22: Untitled Jurassic World sequel (Universal)
August 3: Untitled Disney live-action film
October 19: Jungle Book (Warner Bros.)
November 16: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2 (Warner Bros.)
November 21: Gigantic (Disney)
December 25: Mary Poppins Returns (Disney)

March 22: Godzilla 2 (Warner Bros.)
April 19: Fast & Furious 9 (Universal)
May 19: Star Wars: Episode IX (Disney)
May 25: Minecraft (Warner Bros.)
June 28: Transformers 6 (Paramount)
July 19: Indiana Jones 5 (Disney)
December 20: Untitled Disney live-action film

May 29: Godzilla vs. Kong (Warner Bros.)
November 20: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 3 (Warner Bros.)

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The Last Knight, the new installment will star Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, Isabela Moner and comedian Jerrod Carmichael. The Last Knight is the fifth film in the franchise and will be a direct sequel to Transformers: Age of Extinction. The new movie will be directed by Bay, and while the plot is still largely a mystery, we know it’ll be based on a screenplay by Art Marcum and Matt Holloway (Iron Man) with Ken Nolan (Black Hawk Down). Transformers: The Last Knight opens June 23, 2017.


  • Peter Cullenvoices Optimus Prime, the leader of the Autobots, who is searching for the truth about his Creators.
  • Bumblebee, an Autobot scout who transforms into a custom-built yellow and black 2016Chevrolet Camaro.
  • Hound, an Autobot commando who transforms into aMercedes-Benz Unimog.
  • Drift, an Autobot tactician and a formerDecepticon who transforms into a black and red 2017 Mercedes-AMG GT R.
  • Crosshairs, an Autobot paratrooper who transforms into a green 2016Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray equipped with a new spoiler.
  • Hot Rod, a brash and arrogant Autobot who is brother-in-arms with Bumblebee.
  • Sqweeks, a small-size Autobot and the only friend of Izabella, who transforms into a turquoiseVespa.


  • Megatron, the revivedDecepticon leader who possessed a human-made KSI drone in Age of Extinction.
  • Barricade, a Decepticon survivor fromDark of the Moon who transforms into a 2016 Ford Mustang police car
  • Onslaught, a Decepticon who transforms into a green Western Star tow truck


Hot Rod was first introduced in the animated Transformers movie. He is often described as both headstrong and brash, but with the death of Optimus Prime, Hot Rod was chosen by the Autobot Matrix of Leadership to be the next leader of the Autobots and became known as Rodimus Prime. His inclusion as a new character would normally suggest that Optimus Prime could be at risk in the new movie, but honestly, what Transformers movie hasn’t killed Optimus Prime at some point in their run time?


Ben Affleck Batman Trilogy
Man of Steel Sequel
Sandman (Joseph Gordon-Levitt)
Adam Warlock
Hancock 2
Wanted 2
Masters of the Universe
The Runaways

 Arrow Season 5 Episode 2 The Recruits



Billy Batson must become his super-powered alter-ego to face off against Black Adam.Release Date: April 5, 2019
Studio: WB
Director: Unknown
Cast: Dwayne Johnson

The Walking Dead Season 7

Oh, boy. Now we get to find out whose skull Lucille massacred in the last 37 seconds of Season 6. You might want to watch this in a group.

Premier Date: October 23rd, 2016
Sunday 9/8c
Episodes: 16
 Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan, Lucille as Lucille

Supergirl Season 2

Kara Zor-El joins with her cousin

Premier Date: October 10th, 2016
 Monday at 8/7c
Episodes: 22
 Melissa Benoist as Supergirl, Tyler Hoechlin as Superman



Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 1

Danny Rand punches the heart of a dragon with his kung-fu fury.

Premier Date: 2017
Episodes: 13
Starring: Finn Jones as Daniel Rand/Iron Fist

Preacher Season 2

The search for God begins! Oh, and…look out for the Saint of Killers!Premier Date: 2017
Episodes: 13
Starring: Dominic Cooper as Jessie Custer

 Defenders Season 1

Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist team up to beat the hell out of New York…I mean, a currently mysterious adversary!Premier Date: 2017
NetflixEpisodes: 8
Starring: Charlie Cox, Mike Colter, Krysten Ritter, Finn Jones and Scott Glenn