Universal Studios is expecting to begin shooting its sequel to the hit film Universal Monsters in Orlando, Florida, on July 18, 2019.
The movie, based on the Monster of the Deep comics series, is based on Universal Studios Monsters’ storyline from the movie, and is expected to be the sequel to a monster movie that went into production a few years ago.
The first Monster of The Deep was released in October 2019, and the sequel will be released in 2019, with the original Monsters of the Day hitting theaters on March 10, 2020.
The new movie will have new monsters from Universal Studios’ Monsterverse and a new voice cast.
Universal Studios has yet to confirm the title of the sequel, but has said that it will not be a sequel to Universal Monsters, as the franchise was originally called. “
We’re not going to stop building on the original, but there will be new characters, new creatures, and a lot more to be explored.”
Universal Studios has yet to confirm the title of the sequel, but has said that it will not be a sequel to Universal Monsters, as the franchise was originally called.
The cast of the new Monster of Monsters movie includes: Jason Momoa as Jason, the monster who stole the creature’s soul.
He was originally created as the villain of the Universal Monsters movies, but is now a monster himself.
Zoe Saldana as Mina, the girl who rescued Jason from the clutches of a monster.
She’s voiced by Kristen Bell, who also voices the character of Monster Queen.
The film will also feature a host of new faces, including Mark Ruffalo as Mephisto, the leader of a secret group of monsters who terrorize the city of New Orleans.
Jason’s father, the famous movie actor Bill Murray, will be appearing in the film as the monster’s son.
The script will also have a sequel written by Justin Lin and Michael Green, who are producing alongside the Monsters team.
Universal Studios did not specify how many monsters will be in the new movie, or how many new characters will be introduced.
Universal will release the film on June 14, 2019, before its theatrical release date of July 18.