‘Now You See Me’ Threequel Dated For 2025

Lionsgate said Tuesday that the third installment in its magic-themed franchise Now You See Me, starring Jesse Eisenberg, will be released wide in theaters on November 14, 2025.

There are no other films set to debut on that date for now.

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Other high-profile titles set to debut in November 2025 at present include Marvel’s Blade and Yorgos Lanthimos’ Emma Stone-Jesse Plemons reteam Bugonia on November 7, and Zootopia 2 and Wicked: Part Two on November 26.

While the plot for Now You See Me 3 is under wraps, the film reintroduces audiences to the thieving illusionists known as the Four Horseman while introducing a new generation of magicians. The pic is the latest installment in a franchise that far grossed $687 million worldwide.

Cast members Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Dave Franco and Morgan Freeman will reprise in the new film, with Justice Smith, Dominic Sessa, Ariana Greenblatt, and Rosamund Pike among those aboard for new roles. Bobby Cohen and Secret Hideout’s Alex Kurtzman are producing, with Meredith Wieck and Erin Jones-Wesley overseeing the project for Lionsgate.

Coming off the release of genre titles Boy Kills World and The Strangers: Chapter 1, Lionsgate’s upcoming slate also includes films like Kill (July 4, with Roadside Attractions), Borderlands (August 9), The Crow (August 23), The Killer’s Game (September 13) and Francis Ford Coppola’s epic Megalopolis (September 27), among others.

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