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Sony Teases Quentin Tarantino’s Final Film, The Beatles Movies and Live-Action Zelda at CineEurope Presentation

In its CineEurope 2024 presentation Sony Pictures teased its The Beatles movies, the live-Action Zelda adaptation and Quentin Tarantino's final film

In a short but sweet show in Barcelona — which preceded the screening of Greg Berlanti’s rom-com “Fly Me to the Moon,” starring Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum — Sony’s president of international distribution Steven O’Dell gave a whistle-stop run down of the studio’s upcoming titles, revealing an enviable list of filmmakers it was working with. Also mentioned were Jason Reitman’s “SNL 1975,” about the build up to the premiering of “Saturday Night Live,” the sequel to the Tom Holland-starring action-adventure “Uncharted,” and the much-hyped live-action adaptation of Nintendo’s hit video game franchise “Zelda,” coming off the phenomenal success of last year’s “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” with Universal. Although the director’s 10th and final film “The Movie Critic” was reportedly scrapped earlier this year, O’Dell said the studio — which released “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” in 2019 — was still hoping to work with Tarantino on his next project.

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