The slapstick cat-and-mouse antics of "Tom & Jerry" have been around since 1940 when they were introduced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.
The superhero drama begins pre-production soon and the filming is expected to start by the end of 2019 or early 2020.
Actor Bill Skarsgard’s It: Chapter Two will release in India on September 6.
Days ahead of its theatrical release, the 1 hour 42 minute-long supposedly 'pirated' footage found its way on the Internet with an 'R Reynolds' watermark placed quite conspicuously in the clip.
The two-minute 2020 campaign video, set to the score from the 2012 blockbuster "The Dark Knight Rises", was unavailable on Tuesday night, just hours after Trump had posted it on Twitter.
Phoenix, who plays the titular role, will share screen space with a number of actors, including Academy Award-winner Robert De Niro.
The 2-minute and 24 seconds trailer opens with the Warrens, who bring Annabelle, the demonic doll, home and store it inside a protected glass casing in their famous room of haunted artifacts.
Warner Bros previously investigated the allegations in the fall of 2017 and found no wrongdoing or abuse of power by Tsujihara.
While it was initially speculated that Justin Lin would direct the film, it has now come to light that Terence Nance will be helming the second instalment of the franchise.
Though the director of the first installment, James Wan, will be returning as a producer with Peter Safran, it is unclear whether he will direct it or not.
The film, set around the underwater kingdom known as The Trench, would be produced by Wan and his frequent collaborator Peter Safran.
The project hails from studio Warner Bros and will be produced by Oscar-winning directors -- Alfonso Cuaron and Guillermo del Toro.
Apart from these two films, Warner Animation Group is also planning to make a Space Jam sequel with basketball star LeBron James in the lead and a Wile E Coyote hybrid feature
Now that Cavill has signed up for the lead in Netflix’s adaptation of The Witcher, we probably won’t see a Man of Steel 2 either.
Film Studio Warner Bros and filmmaker Brett Ratner have decided to part ways in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.