Sony Announces 16 Release Dates Including DARK TOWER, BAD BOYS 3 And 4, More

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Sony Pictures has dropped a load of release dates for its upcoming films, confirming that some in-development projects are definitely getting the go ahead into production and surprising us with the announcement of some others. The studio had certainly been trying to get a third Bad Boys movie going for awhile and it looks as if they finally have not just one, but two ideas that they like so much that we’ll be seeing Mark Lawrence and Will Smith shooting and blowing up stuff in both the winter of 2017 and the summer of 2019. Sony is also setting some firm committment for its long in development adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series, with the first film slated for January of 2017. Sequels and remakes help to pad out the schedule with Ghostbusters, Underworld 5, Resident Evil 6 and Jumanji.

The complete announced calander is as follow –

Money Monster – April 8, 2016
The Shallows – June 24, 2016
Ghostbusters – July 15, 2016
Patient Zero – September 2, 2016
The Magnificent Seven – September 23, 2016
Underworld 5 – October 21, 2016
Passengers – December 21, 2016
Jumanji – December 25, 2016
The Dark Tower – January 13, 2017
Resident Evil 6 – January 27, 2017
Bad Boys 3 – February 17, 2017
Baby Driver – March 17, 2017
Barbie – June 2, 2017
Uncharted – June 30, 2017
The Lamb – December 8, 2017
Bad Boys 4 – July 3, 2019

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A film fan since he first saw that Rebel Blockade Runner fleeing the massive Imperial Star Destroyer at the tender age of 8 and a veteran freelance journalist with twenty years experience writing about film and pop culture.

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Bad Boys is the best in spite of the director.

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