Is this sequel necessary? No. Do I want to see it? Yes. If this movie is half as good as the first one that makes it almost worth it. One of the neat things about the first was the world that we only glimpsed. Wick is part of thriving underground assassin world that plays by it's own rules.
The first child born on Mars travels to Earth. I'm a sucker for sci-fi. While this might fall into sci-fi romance territory, it could be a neat look at Earth from a Martian.
Set between the World Wars during a famine engineered by Stalin in the Ukraine, this could be a powerful movie.
From Jordan Peele, a young African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriend's mysterious family estate. This looks like another entry in the self aware horror genre.
This one is self explanatory. A shock novel generated a shock movie, and somehow people want more?
Matt Damon defends the Great Wall of China. Is Damon right for the lead? It looks like Damon goes to China to save the country.
After a global pandemic, a man that can speak to the infected tries to track down patient zero for a cure. This feels like it's going to end up being derivative zombie movie in the vein of the great 28 Days Later and lesser World War Z.