Johnny Depp Exits “Fantastic Beasts” Franchise, Studio Plans to Recast

Warner Bros. has given Johnny Depp no choice but to step down from his role as the dark wizard Grindelwald in the “Fantastic Beats” film franchise. The news comes after Depp lost his libel case against British tabloid newspaper, The Sun, when they wrote an article in 2018 labeling him as a “wife beater.”

Oscar Isaac in Talks to Star in Marvel’s “Moon Knight” series on Disney+

It’s looking like Oscar Isaac has been tapped by Marvel Studio’s to star in the upcoming “Moon Knight” TV series for Disney+. The Casting has not been officially confirmed but multiple outlets are saying that Isaac is at the top of the list for nabbing the role of anti-hero “Moon Knight” aka Marc Spector.

MGM Considered Selling James Bond Film “No Time To Die” for 600 Million to Streaming Services

The 25th entry in the James Bond franchise “No Time To Die” was reportedly being shopped around by MGM to streaming services for nearly 600 million dollars. Spoiler, no one took them up on the offer.

Sony’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and Universal’s “Candyman” Retelling Both Pushed Back to Summer 2021

Both Sony’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and Universals “Candyman” reimagining have been pushed back until summer 2021. This news comes on the wake of hundreds of theaters being shut down indefinitely across the US and UK.

Original Cast of Kevin Smith’s “Mallrats” to Return for Sequel “Twilight of the Mallrats”

Director Kevin Smith is gearing up to film his “Mallrats” sequel, tentatively called “Twilight of the Mallrats”. The film will primarily focus on Jason Lee’s character “Brodie” and his now teenage daughter.

Amazon Studios to Purchase Eddie Murphy’s “Coming 2 America” from Paramount

Amazon Studios is in the process of obtaining “Coming 2 America”, the sequel to the 1988 Eddie Murphy hit, from Paramount Pictures. The film was originally intended to be released theatrically but that doesn’t seem to be a financially successful route amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” Pushed Back to October 2021

Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” is the latest film to be delayed in light of the recent news that Cineworld will be shutting down hundreds of theaters across the U.S. and U.K. Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have made the decision to push the tentpole back almost a full year to October 1st, 2021.