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Warner Bros. Offers Sneak Peeks of ‘Joker’ Sequel, ‘Beetlejuice 2,’ and More at CinemaCon

Warner Bros. isn’t slowing down after the success of “Barbie.” With a lineup including a new “Mad Max” film, “Furiosa,” Kevin Costner’s “Horizon: An American Saga,” the “Beetlejuice” sequel, and “Joker: Folie à Deux” starring Lady Gaga, the studio is poised for a record-breaking 2024.

Kicking off the annual CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas, Warner Bros. brought out stars like Kevin Costner, Michael Keaton, Robert Pattinson, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Chris Hemsworth to showcase their upcoming projects with exclusive footage and trailers.

Director Todd Phillips teased “Joker: Folie à Deux,” bringing back Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck alongside Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn. Addressing rumors about the film being a musical, Phillips clarified that while music is integral, it stays true to the tone of the original.

George Miller, director of “Furiosa,” introduced the prequel starring Taylor-Joy and Hemsworth, offering a glimpse of the explosive new footage. Set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, the film explores the backstory of the iconic character from “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

Kevin Costner discussed his two-part Western epic, “Horizon: An American Saga,” reflecting on the promise of America during the Civil War era. With an unconventional release strategy, the film is set to hit theaters in two parts, highlighting a journey-driven narrative.

Tim Burton hyped up “Beetlejuice Beetlejuice,” the long-awaited sequel to his 1988 hit, reuniting Keaton, Ryder, and O’Hara with a fresh cast. Burton expressed excitement about exploring the Deetz women’s story and was thrilled to reunite with the original cast.

Bong Joon-ho presented a trailer for “Mickey 17,” starring Robert Pattinson, promising a unique hero’s journey with humor and eccentricity.

Warner Bros. also teased the reboot of its DC superhero universe, including a new “Superman” film directed by James Gunn and a documentary about Christopher Reeve titled “Super/Man: The Christopher Reeve Story.”

With a commitment to theatrical storytelling, Warner Bros. emphasized its role in the movie theater ecosystem, highlighting recent successes like “Wonka,” “Dune: Part Two,” and “Godzilla x Kong.” Domestic distribution president Jeff Goldstein emphasized their dedication to creating big, crowd-pleasing event movies, signaling a promising future for the studio.

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