Shutdown: Financiers and production companies have abandoned their attempt to develop movies in this stage. Therefore, any cast and crew that were involved with the movie are likely no longer attached. In some cases, shutdown movies restart development, often with new producers and cast. In other cases, such as X-Men Origins: Magneto or Spider-Man 4, the specific movies reach dead ends, but the franchises continue with other movies.
The PassageTBAWhen terminally ill patients become healthy after they are bitten by bats in South America, and the government decides to conduct secret tests on human subjects to see if the virus can cure illness. The result is an apocalyptic unleashing of bloodthirsty vampire test subjects that include death row
SinatraTBASinger Frank Sinatra parlays his golden voice into a trip from New Jersey to Hollywood. He has the world on a string as he romances the most beautiful women in town, cuts a swath with his Rat Pack pals and makes films, including The Manchurian Candidate, From Here To Eternity and Pal Joey.
Luke CageTBAMarvel Comics' Luke Cage (the company's first black superhero) is a former gang member who is nabbed by the cops after being framed. In jail, he signs up to participate in medical tests, and when things go wrong, he develops superhuman strength and impenetrable skin, which help him bust out of priso
Iron FistTBADanny Rand, who is raised by monks, is taught the ancient technique of the Iron Fist, which grants its users the power to level a building with a single blow and gives them complete control over their mind, body and spirit. When he returns to America as an adult, Rand uses his amazing abilities to
Happy!TBAAfter a hit goes bad, Nick Sax, a scummy corrupt ex-cop and hit man, is left gravely injured and he is suddenly able to see Happy, a cheerful little blue horse who won’t give in to adversity, no matter what unpleasant obstacles are in the way. Days before Christmas, Sax teams up with the saccharin
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