Gird yourself for new details regarding a host of upcoming Paramount films, following the studio’s investor call yesterday. 

Paramount has announced a raft of information regarding its production slate, with news stretching as far as 2025. Whilst the big takeaway was undoubtedly the announcement of a new Star Trek film, there’s plenty more to chew on as the studio revealed much more about its upcoming plans.

Firstly, we’ll be getting a third Sonic The Hedgehog movie. In fact, that one’s already in development, even though the second entry in the series doesn’t release until April. On top of that, the upcoming Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts marks the first film in what will now be a trilogy. So let’s hope that first film is a good one (in the vein of Bumblebee) or that’s lots of hours of noisy (and presumably primal) robots that we’re going to have to endure.

Also announced was the next entry in the survival horror franchise, A Quiet Place. The third film in that series will arrive in 2025, although John Krasinski’s involvement has not yet been confirmed. Krasinski directed the first two, but is only producing the spin-off film that’s due to arrive in 2023. SpongeBob fans will also be happy with the news that another movie is on the way too, whilst Paramount also announced that its films will go straight to its own streaming service, in the US at least, following theatrical runs from 2024 onwards.

More on all of these projects as we hear it.

The Hollywood Reporter

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