1. Scooby Doo
2. Sonic the Hedgehog
3. The Spongebob Movie 2
Spongebob and Keanu? That is the crossover nobody knew we needed. It has the returning cast from the cartoon we know and love with the addition of Neo and Awkwafina. Tim Hill, who direction the previous movies and the show, is behind the camera on this.
4. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Trailer #2)
This looks tearjerking as hell and all the early reviews have been tremendous so far. Also, here is a shameless plug that we got an exclusive vignette of some behind the scenes action:
5. A Million Little Pieces (Trailer #2)
I'm extremely here for any film that can shed more light on addiction and what it does to people. I'm still very impressed with what 'A Star is Born' was able to do with that aspect, despite not being the main focus of the movie. This stars one of my favorite actors Aaron Tyler-Johnson (Kick-Ass) as well as Billy Bob Thornton (Bad Santa) Odessa Young (Assassination Nation), Giovanni Ribisi (Saving Private Ryan), David Dastmalchian (Ant-Man), Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) and Juliette Lewis (Natural Born Killers). Sam Taylor-Johnson is behind the camera and the script was co-written by her, her husband, and James Frey (I am Number Four).
6. The Way Back
Another addiction story, this looks to be a slightly predictable but inspiring. Affleck obviously has a unique perspective on this as an alcoholic, so I could see him bringing a more interesting performance than others might. Gavin O'Connor (The Accountant) directed this.
7. 6 Underground (trailer #2)
This looks like total slop, but the kind of slop I'll love to watch on a lazy day. There is something to be said for a good turn-your-brain-off movie. This stars Ryan Reynolds (Green Lantern), Dave Franco (21 Jump Street), Mélanie Laurent(Inglourious Basterds), Corey Hawkins(Straight Outta Compton), Manuel Garcia-Rulfo(The Magnificent 7) and Ben Hardy (Bohemian Rhapsody). The glorious Michael Bay is behind the camera and the script is from Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (Deadpool).
I think Kristen Stewart can really act, and this might be her time to shine. The actual story of Jean Seberg is really fucked up. She was an actress that publicly supported civil rights groups, and the FBI basically started an entire smear/propaganda campaign which effectively ended her career. Good job, feds! Besides Stewart, this stars Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2), Vince Vaughn (Wedding Crashers), Anthony Mackie (Avengers: Infinity War), Colm Meaney (Star Trek TNG), Jack O'Connell (Unbroken) and Margaret Qualley (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood). Benedict Andrews (Una) directed.