Sony Announces New Karate Kid Movie Release June 7, 2024

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No cast or director is attached to the project, which comes from Sony’s Columbia Pictures banner. The film series was launched in 1984 with The Karate Kid, starring Ralph Macchio and William Zabka in the lead roles. It was followed by The Karate Kid Part II (1986), The Karate Kid Part III (1989) and The Next Karate Kid (1994).

Hollywood studio Sony has announced a new Karate Kid movie and dated it for release June 7, 2024 in the United States. According to entertainment news website The Hollywood Reporter, the new film is dubbed the return to the original Karate Kid franchise.

No cast or director is attached to the project, which comes from Sony’s Columbia Pictures banner. The film series was launched in 1984 with The Karate Kid, starring Ralph Macchio and William Zabka in the lead roles. It was followed by The Karate Kid Part II (1986), The Karate Kid Part III (1989) and The Next Karate Kid (1994).

In 2010, the film series was rebooted with The Karate Kid, starring Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith. The franchise is currently popular among the new generation, due to the success of Cobra Kai, which streams on Netflix and features original stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka alongside young actors. Apart from the new Karate Kid movie, Sony has also announced the release dates for its other upcoming titles.

An untitled True Haunting movie is slated for January 6, 2023, while Missing, the next chapter in the Searching franchise, will open on February 24, 2023. The studio has also delayed several upcoming tentpoles. Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney-starring Madame Webb, which was previously slated for October 6, 2023, will now be released February 16, 2024.

Kraven the Hunter-directed Aaron Taylor-Johnson picks up the October 6, 2023 release date. It was previously slated to debut on January 13, 2023.

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