Minecraft Movie Starring Jason Momoa Gets Release Date, Aquaman 2 To Release Early
We are one block closer to seeing Minecraft Steve on the big screen.
Warner Bros. has revealed a series of released dates for its upcoming movies. Due to the reveal, we know the Minecraft movie starring Jason Momoa will hit theaters on April 4, 2025.
It was previously reported that the upcoming Minecraft movie will be directed by Jared Hess, who's worked on films such as Napoleon Dynamite, Nacho Libre, and Gentlemen Broncos. Not much is known about the Minecraft movie other than it will be a live-action adaption of the game.
Thanks to a Deadline report, we know that Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom will come out on December 20, five days earlier than its original release date. Coincidentally, this new date falls on the same day as the Ghostbusters sequel is slated to hit theaters. The Color Purple, directed by Blitz Bazawule, will take Aquaman's original release date of Christmas day.
The Wizard of Oz spin-off, Toto, no longer has a release date of February 2, 2024, and is now unscheduled. Because of this, Robert DeNiro's The Wise Guy, directed by Barry Levinson, has been moved to February 2, 2024, to fill the gap. Lastly, Warner Bros. has removed an untitled DC film that was supposed to come out on September 22, 2023 from its line-up.
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