J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions has announced six new movies.
The banner is expanding its influence, helping to produce a number of upcoming feature films with a wealth of creators. Six new movies have been added to the docket, ranging from horror and sci-fi to comedies and dramas.
Variety reports that among the collaborators are The Good Place executive producer Megan Amram, Hell Fest writer Blair Butler, The Good Time Girls director Courtney Hoffman, and musician Bobby Hall, aka Logic.
The six films range dramatically in story and tone. Everything Must Go, starring Hall and co-written by Blackish writer Lisa McQuillan, is described as Clerks for the millennial generation. The Steps, which is a twist on the classic possession horror movie, will be written by Butler. The Seven Sisters of Scott County will be a female driven Prohibition-era film written and directed by Hoffman. The sci-fi romance Only the Lonely will be helmed by first-time director (but past Bad Robot collaborator) Stan Grube. An untitled female-led horror film will be written and directed by Amram, while Ben Shiffrin will pen the script for an untitled time-travel film.
There are no release dates announced for any of the films.