Sony dates for 16 upcoming films including Bad Boys sequels, Jumanji Remake, Underworld 5 & Dark Tower franchise!!!

sony-2016-2017-movie-announcementsSony Pictures has set its slate through 2017 that include two more films in the “Bad Boys” franchise, a remake of “Jumanji,” the first installment in “The Dark Tower” franchise and sci-fi romance “Passengers,” starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt.

Bad Boys 3″ is set for Feb. 17, 2017, with “Bad Boys 4″ slated to bow July 3, 2019. The first two pics starred Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, though it’s unknown whether those two actors are on board for the next two movies.

The first installment in the adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” franchise will bow on Jan 13, 2017. Nikolaj Arcel is directing.

Sony is hoping for an award season push for “Passengers” by slating the film to bow on Dec. 21, 2016. Besides starring Lawrence and Pratt, “Imitation Game” director Morten Tyldum is on board to direct.

Other major films that have received release dates include Edgar Wright’s “Baby Driver,” which will open on March 17, 2017, and “Resident Evil 6,” which will open on Jan 27, 2017.

The following is the full list of releases:

“Money Monster” – 4/8/16
“The Shallows” – 6/24/16
“Ghostbusters” – 7/15/16*
“Patient Zero” – 9/2/16
“The Magnificent Seven” – 9/23/16*
“Underworld 5″ – 10/21/16
“Passengers” – 12/21/16
“Jumanji” – 12/25/16
“The Dark Tower” – 1/13/17
“Resident Evil 6″ – 1/27/17
“Bad Boys 3″ – 2/17/17
“Baby Driver” – 3/17/17
“Barbie” – 6/2/17
“Uncharted” – 6/30/17*
“The Lamb” – 12/8/17
“Bad Boys 4″ – 7/3/19

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