Um. Hmm.

That was the general collective response to Sony's announcement about their upcoming slate of movie release dates.

Among the more puzzling moves is the decision to remake Jumanji, a childhood classic for many millennials starring Robin Williams, who died one year ago this month. Another curious move: They announced Bad Boys 3 and 4. (The original came out in 1995, and Bad Boys II was in 2003.) Sony declined to say whether stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence will be returning.

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And speaking of sequel territory, there will be a fifth Underworld and a sixth Resident Evil in the coming years. And a big-screen Barbie movie.

Some of the previously announced titles included in the post were the Ghostbusters remake, The Magnificent Seven remake, and the video game-based Uncharted.

Here's the full announcement:

We’re excited to announce that Sony Pictures Entertainment today unveiled release dates for 16 films in 2016 and...

Posted by Sony Pictures on Wednesday, August 5, 2015

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