The second season of Halo plus a live-action Knuckles series are in the works. And the U.S.S Enterprise could also be coming back again!
Paramount+ moves fast, doesn’t it? On the day ViacomCBS has been officially rebranded as Paramount, the streaming giant has dropped a couple of surprises on us. The first season hasn’t even debuted yet. But a second season of the live-action series of the classic videogame ‘Halo’ has been announced. It appears that Paramount is assured of the series success and is ready to put their money where their mouth is.
If that wasn’t enough, a third ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ movie has been announced. This is before the second film has even arrived in theatres. And adding to the news, a live-action series based on the character of Knuckles is also in the works. Idris Elba is set to reprise the role he plays in ‘Sonic The Hedgehog 2’, which hits screens in April.
In addition, a new theatrical film of ‘Spongebob’ is also in the planning stages. As are another three character-driven spin-off films from the main franchise, which will head to Paramount+.
A QUIET PLACE PART III
After the success of the previous two films, ‘A Quiet Place Part III’ is also in the planning stages. No news regarding who will direct this time or who is writing the screenplay. But it is expected that Emily Blunt will return once more for the film. The film is scheduled to hit theatres in 2025
And finally, after many years of not knowing what they were going to do with the cinematic franchise, we have breaking news. It has been confirmed that Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto. Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban. John Cho and Simon Pegg are all in discussions about reprising their roles in a fourth ‘Star Trek’ film. The new film, if all goes well, will be directed by Matt Shakman. No details regarding the story for the new film have been announced. But it will be a fourth film in the ‘Kelvin’ timeline.
We will update you as soon as we know more regarding this exciting breaking story.
Sources: Paramount Pictures/ Paramount+
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