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The advance schedule for Year 9, very self-explanatory.When posting a film you must include the following information:

 

1) THE DATE 2) THE DIRECTOR 3) THE GENRE

This helps show all players what kinds of films will go where, to help prevent too much direct confrontations (and helps show what directors are taken).

 

ALSO: PLATFORM RELEASES ARE NOT ALLOWED. ONLY HIGH PROFILE WIDE RELEASES

 

Based on the 2019 Calendar

 

 

October 4

Allegiant (Sci-Fi/Action) (dir. Mike Newell)

 

October 11-13

Metal Slug

Moments of Silence

Tenderfoot (Romance/Action/Comedy) (dir. Brett Ratner)

Videotape (Horror) (James Wan)

 

October 18-20

Mysteries of the Beyond 2 (Sci-Fi Adventure) (dir. Alik Sakharov)

Silent Invasion 3D: The Final Chapter (Found Footage Horror) (dir: Xavier Gens)

 

October 25-27

Cannibalistic Freaks (Horror)

Untitled Blank Time Loop Film (Sci-Fi) (dir. Jeff Nichols)

 

November 1-3

Attack on Titan (Action)

Rome, Sweet Rome (Period Action/Adventure) (dir. Joss Whedon)

 

November 8-10

Green Lantern (Superhero/Action) (dir. Jack Bender)

 

November 15-17

Dawn of Men (Sci-Fi/Adventure) (dir. Alfonso Cuaron)

Payday (Family Comedy) (dir. Drew Barrymore)

 

November 22-24

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Horse and His Boy (dir. Rupert Wyatt)

Tulpa (Psychological Horror) (dir. Lynne Ramsey)

 

November 27-December 1 (Thanksgiving Weekend)

The Nodding Tiger (fantasy adventure) (Ang Lee)

Santa Claus: Ultimate Badass - Season's Beatings (Action/Comedy/Horror) (dir. Scott Sanders)

A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Fifth (Dark Family Comedy) (dir. Rupert Sanders)

Untitled ChD Animation (Animation) (dir. Dean DeBlois)

 

December 6-8

The Little Drummer Boy (Christmas)

Psychosis (Psychological Horror) (dir. Jonathan Glazer)

 

December 13-15

Amulet II: The Last Council (Animation) (dir. Bryan Singer)

Moses (Period Epic) (dir. Peter Jackson)

No Greater Glory (period drama) (Michael Haneke)

 

December 20-22

Wed. Dec. 18-

A Trip to the Moon (Sci-Fi/Fantasy)

Beauty and the Beast (Fantasy/Musical) (dir. Mark Webb)

Lord of the Flies (dir. Danny Boyle) 

 

December 25-29 (Christmas Weekend)

Dreamwalker (Spy) (dir. Duncan Jones)

Happy WheelsThe Light Carrier's Tale (Fantasy/Drama) (dir. Sam Mendes)

Monopoly (Dramedy/Satire) (dir. David Frankel)

Untitled ChD Road Trip Film (Dramedy) (dir. Alexander Payne)

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Mysteries of the Beyond 2 (Sci-Fi Adventure) (dir. Alik Sakharov)- March 1st

 

Star Wars: Age of the Republic (Sci-Fi Adventure) (dir. Andrew Stanton)- May 17th

 

Clear and Present Danger (Action/Thriller) (dir. James Mangold)- July 26th

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The Magic School Bus (Family/Sci-Fi/Comedy) (dir. Adam Shankman) - March 8th

Parallels (Sci-Fi/Action) (dir. Josh Trank) - July 19th

Timothy's Gift (Fantasy/Drama) (dir. Ang Lee) - August 9th

Freddy Zapper & The Manifesto of Doom (Sci-Fi/Comedy/Musical) (dir. James Bobin) - September 27th

Kingdom In The Sky (Animation/Fantasy/Musical) (dir. Jennifer Lee and Dean Wellins) - November 27th

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Edited throughout today:Into the Dead (Horror, Thriller) (dir. Frank Durabont) (Jan. 18)The Cave (Horror, Adventure) (dir. Gareth Edwards) (Feb. 15)Vector (Sci-Fi, Action) (dir. Neil Burger) (Mar. 22) now changed to March 29thManiac Magee (Family, Adventure) (dir. Cameron Crowe) (May 10) now changed to August 16thAsphalt (Action, Adventure) (dir. Brad Peyton) (June 7)Dodge! (Family, Sci-Fi, Action) (dir. Gavin Hood) (July 12) now changed to May 10thPolice Academy (Action, Comedy) (dir. Nicholas Stoller) (August 9)Tulpa (Psychological, Horror) (dir. Lynne Ramsey) (November 22)Psychosis (Psychological, Horror) (dir. Jonathan Glazer) (December 6)The Island of Kong (Fantasy, Adventure) (dir. Andrew Lesnie) (December 20)

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Edited throughout today:Dodge! (Family, Sci-Fi, Action) (dir. Gavin Hood) (July 19)

Just an FYI, I had a PG-13 sci-fi/action flick on the same day, so it may be in your best interest to choose another date.

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I presume Rorshach by "Garett Edwards" you mean "Gareth Edwards."

 

 

Since that's two films for Gareth, he is now unavailable for Year 9 for everyone else (UNLESS someone already had been penciled in in a post in the Studio Plans thread. That takes priority over posting here).

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I presume Rorshach by "Garett Edwards" you mean "Gareth Edwards."

 

 

Since that's two films for Gareth, he is now unavailable for Year 9 for everyone else (UNLESS someone already had been penciled in in a post in the Studio Plans thread. That takes priority over posting here).

 

Luckily at least those two projects work back-to-back as one is one that doesn't need too much post production and the other one needs a ton of post production.

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Samara- 4 January (Gore Verbinski, horror)Tortoise run- 18 January (Steve Odenkirk, animation)Ice desert- 8 February (Chris Buck and Carlos Saldanha, animation)Untitled Tudor documentary- 22 February (Kenneth Branagh, Documentary)Peace at last- 22 March (Lee Unkrish, animation)Horror house 2- 19 April (Christophe Gans, horror)Subway surfers- June 28 (Louis Leterier, adventure)Videotape- 11 October (James Wan, horror)Candy crush 2- 1 November (Phil Lord and Chris Miller, animation)Rosa- 15 November (Tate Taylor, drama)Moses- 13 December (Peter Jackson, historical epic)Also May 31 is missing from the schedule

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Samara- 4 JanuaryUntitled Tudor documentary- 22 FebruaryPeace at last- 22 MarchHorror house 2- 19 April Ice desert- 31 MayVideotape- 11 OctoberCandy crush 2- 8 NovemberRosa- 15 November

Two sequels to two of the worst films of last year. They better exceed expectations. A Rosa Parks project definitely sounds interesting to me. B)
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Two sequels to two of the worst films of last year. They better exceed expectations. A Rosa Parks project definitely sounds interesting to me. B)

Candy crush 2 will be better. I am getting rid of all the pop culture referencesHowever horror house 2 will be even more purposely worse
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Just so you know, we do try to honor some realism, so making a sequel to a film that made less domestically than its budget (WW numbers are not out yet), plus got bad reviews, is unlikely.

 

With WW numbers it'll probably make a profit so it's fine, but if it had done worse we'd probably tell you "No" to the sequel.

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July 3 - Godzilla Apocalipse Part 2 (Director: Francis Lawrence; Action/Sci-Fi)

August 30 - Killer Computer 3 (Director: John Gulager; Horror/Comedy)

October 18 - Silent Invasion 3D: The Final Chapter (Director: Xavier Gens; Horror/Found Footage)

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The Red Pyramid (Fantasy/Adevnture) - April 5 (dir. Jon Favreau)Super Mario Bros. (Animation) - May 27 (dir. Chris Sanders)Lord of the Flies - October 11 (dir. David Fincher)

I hope Lord of the Flies is a fantastic movie :P. Also, I've been hoping for somebody to do a CG Mario movie. I wouldn't believe it if you did it in live action, like unsuccessful previous efforts.
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