After being adopted from a war-torn country, Luce became a model student and an all-star athlete. His reputation comes into question after a teacher makes a disturbing discovery in his locker, leaving everyone around them to question who is telling the truth. Adapted from JC Lee's stage play, the film stars Kelvin Harrison Jr., Octavia Spencer, Naomi Watts, and Tim Roth, and is slated for release August 2, 2019.
The Lost City of Z director James Gray returns with a space epic. The film follows Brad Pitt as he journeys through the cosmos to find his missing father — a rogue scientist who could be destroying Earth. Also starring Tommy Lee Jones and Liv Tyler, Ad Astra will go to theaters September 20, 2019.
Director Tim Story brings together three generations of whoop-ass to prove there's no such thing as too much Shaft. The triple threat unites when John Shaft Jr. goes looking for his father after a friend's mysterious death. Starring Jessie T. Usher, Samuel L. Jackson, and the original Shaft Richard Roundtree as well as Alexandra Shipp, Regina Hall, and Method Man, the film is slated for release June 14, 2019.
At this point, you'd think the idea of trying to keep dinosaurs in a zoo-type setting while humans visited would be considered a terrible idea — but this time, they're dropping a group of teenagers in the mix. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is a partnership between Dreamworks Animation and Netflix for an animated series of the world's most popular dinosaur franchise. The series comes to Netflix sometime in 2020.