From the Jojo franchise, there’s been a long line of movies and television series based on the popular comic book series.
While most of them ended up on DVD and Blu-ray, the JoJo’s Real World: Highlander series (the second and final JoJo film) was released on Blu-Ray in 2020, while the JoJos Real Life: JoJo: A Year in the Life trilogy (the first JoJo movie) was also released on the DVD and was also a limited edition Blu-Ray.
It was a long time before JoJo started to get the Jojos Real World treatment, however.
The first JoJobs movie, JoJo and the Masters of the Universe, which came out in 2003, was released in 2011, and it was the first Jojo movie to hit the big screen in 4K.
JoJo Returns, which debuted in 2017, was based on that movie, with the original JoJo stars reprising their roles.
However, that movie was also shot entirely in 3D, which is the format JoJo has adopted in the JoJO franchise.
Now, Jojo has turned to a more traditional movie format, but that’s not the only reason why JoJo will be getting its 3D treatment.
Jojo: The Final Chapters of JoJo, which was released this year, is also a movie that will be shot entirely at home in 3DX.
The film, which stars a cast of returning JoJo actors, is set in 2020 and follows JoJo through his quest to reunite with his former best friend JoJo Fletcher (Ewan McGregor) and save his life.
In the film, the movie also takes place on the planet Zebes, which will be a very important part of Jojo and his quest.
The JoJo series has always been a source of inspiration for 3D filmmakers, and we’re excited to see how the Jojam movies will be turned into a film.
Hopefully, this will allow for more of the Joja to be released in 3DT and HD formats.
JoJoes 3D movie will be out on October 10, 2019, with Jojo 2: The World of Jojoes to follow on October 13, 2020.
Source: FOX News