Paramount announces new set of movies, including sequel to Brad Pitt's World War Z
Paramount Pictures at CinemaCon announced a list of movies to come in the next few years.
The list of confirmations include the much awaited World War Z 2, the sequel to Brad Pitt's zombie apocalypse World War Z from 2013.
The sneak peak revealed the list of movies which are now officially on the schedule of Paramount Production.
It also revealed 'Dungeons & Dragons' movie, which had a logo matching that of the popular board game. Recently Joe Manganiello revealed he wanted to develop a film, offering to team up with his Rampage director Brad Peyton as reported by Comicbook.com.
Another sequel on Paramount's list is 'Coming 2 America', which showed Eddie Murphy in its quick logo show but no further details are known.
Also featured are 'Micronauts' (expected in 2020), 'Eli', 'Gemini Man', a sequel to 'Top Gun' which will return Tom Cruise to star and have Jerry Bruckheimer producing, a 'Sonic the Hedgehog' film (expected in 2019), a Terminator film which will mark the comeback of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, 'Monster on the Hill',
The 'Spongebob Movie: It's A Wonderful Sponge', 'Luck', 'Rocketman', and "several new Star Trek" movies.
The release date is not announced for most of the movies.
CinemaCon is an annual convention of movie actors, directors, producers and distrubuters. CinemaCon is happening in Las Vegas from 23-26 of April. The event covers the upcoming movies and ventures of major studio houses like Paramount, Universal and Warner Brothers.