A new Zodiac film starring Michael Keaton and Jennifer Jason Leigh has been set to debut in spring 2019.
The film, titled The Lost, will be directed by Kevin Smith and written by Scott Derrickson, the author of the upcoming “Frozen” sequel.
“We are proud to announce The Lost,” said Smith in a statement.
“It is a true story of survival, of love, of survival and the promise of a new life, a life of freedom and love that will lead to a new world.”
The film was originally scheduled for a 2018 release but was pushed back to 2020 due to a legal dispute between the two studios, and was delayed by two years.
The Lost will be a follow-up to “Zodiac,” which was released in 2016.
The original Zodiac, starring Tom Hanks and James Franco, won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
“Zoolander” was a 2010 film that also starred Keaton, who played a high-profile detective.
He was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in “Zookeeper,” but lost out to the Oscar-winning “Dirty Dancing.”
“The Lost” will be the first feature film to star Keaton.
The new film is set to be shot in Los Angeles and will star Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lawrence, among others.
The cast of “Zoo” is also expected to include John Turturro, Josh Brolin, Josh Holloway, Michael Stuhlbarg, James Woods, Tom Hiddleston, Michael Caine, and Jack Black.
“I am so excited to be able to share this film with my fellow fans,” Keaton said in a press release.
“This story is so much more than just an adventure, it is a story of love and survival, and we are excited to bring it to the screen in 2019.”
In May 2018, Keaton was nominated in a best actor Oscar for his portrayal of the lead character in “Django Unchained.”
“Zoomers,” a feature film by the same name, is scheduled for release in 2019.
It will also star the cast of the film “Jupiter Ascending.”
“Joomla!” will also be a feature-length feature, and will follow the lives of the titular women.
“Jomla” was the first Joomla!
film to open to mixed reviews.
The first four screenings were marred by problems with security screening and a violent mob attack on a screening of the movie at the Cannes Film Festival.
“The violence was so out of control that we had to cancel the second screening,” director Daniel Ghezzi told The New York Times at the time.
“And then they got out of hand.”
In 2017, the Joomlajas hit the big screen with “Boom,” a comedy starring Ryan Gosling and Jonah Hill that grossed $30 million worldwide.
“Bombshell” was also a critical hit, and earned rave reviews.
“They’re coming to get us,” Gosling said in an interview with USA Today.
“In one sense, it’s a perfect movie to end on.”
“They have the right idea.
But it’s also a perfect story.
It’s the story of a woman who can change her life and find herself, and I’m so proud of it.”
The Joomlas have also made headlines since their debut in 2015.
“Wedding Crashers” opened to disappointing reviews and a “Dancing With the Stars” win, but grossed more than $1 billion worldwide.
The duo also starred in “Bad Moms,” and won an Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay.
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid” was released with an 18-minute trailer and was met with criticism from critics and audiences.
“Hollywood, if you’re going to make a movie, it should be a little more honest,” Hill told the New York Post.
“You can’t be honest with yourself about your own life.
That’s why I’m going to go to work.”
“I don’t know if I can believe that this is my movie.
I mean, it could be my movie,” Keating told The Daily Beast.
“But I don’t care.”
“We’ve all heard the stories, and people have gotten together and talked about what they have and what they don’t.
And I think I’m just going to be a normal person, a normal mom, a typical wife,” Keatings said.
“My kids are like, ‘Dad, you’re gonna be an actress forever.’
They’re like, “You’ll never be able have a career.’
I’m like, I don, I’m never going to have a job, so we’re going with that.
I’m not gonna be a career, I’ll be a mom.