Miles Teller: Every New Movie and TV Show in 2024, 2025 and 2026

Born in the quaint town of Downingtown, Pennsylvania, on February 20, 1987, Miles Teller has seamlessly made a name for himself in the world of cinema. Launching his career in the early 2010s, Teller quickly garnered attention with his naturalistic performances and charismatic on-screen presence. Bursting onto the scene with the critically acclaimed film ‘Whiplash,’ Teller’s intensity and commitment to his roles have been undeniable. The raw energy he brought to the screen as a young drummer in a relentless pursuit of perfection garnered universal acclaim and showcased his immense potential.

Following this, Teller’s filmography blossomed, spanning various genres. From the comedic antics in ’21 & Over’ to the emotionally charged portrayal of a boxer in ‘Bleed for This,’ he has consistently showcased his range and versatility. Adept at juggling both intense dramas and lighthearted comedies, Teller’s resume boasts a blend of commercial successes and indie gems. As he continues to carve his niche in the film industry, fans eagerly anticipate his next move. With that said, let’s dive into the upcoming projects of Miles Teller, ensuring that we remain updated on what the actor has in store for us next.

1. Michael (2025)

Director Antoine Fuqua is currently working on the post-production of his highly anticipated Lionsgate-Universal-backed Michael Jackson biopic titled ‘Michael’ based on a script by John Logan. Teller will be playing the role of attorney John Branca who helped Michael navigate his career from his boy band Jackson 5 to the world-famous King of Pop. Michael will be played by his own nephew Jaafar Jackson. Young Michael will be played by Juliano Krue Valdi (9-year-old). Jackson family patriarch Joe Jackson will be played by Colman Domingo and Nia Long will play reigning matriarch Katherine Jackson. We also have Kat Graham as singer Diana Ross, Laura Harrier as television producer Suzanne de Passe, and Kendrick Sampson as record producer Quincy Jones. Branca and John John McClain, co-executors of Michael Jackson’s estate, are serving as producers. The film will be released on April 18, 2025.

2. The Ark and the Aardvark (2026)

Directed by John Stevenson, ‘The Ark and the Aardvark’ is an upcoming animated adventure comedy film that centers around Gilbert, an aardvark who finds himself unexpectedly tasked with leading a varied group of animals onto Noah’s Ark. Amidst the imminent flood, Gilbert, once an outsider, becomes the unexpected hero, guiding a band of mismatched animals. They face countless challenges, and Gilbert uncovers the leader within him through unity and resilience. Miles Teller lends his voice to Gilbert, establishing the character as an initial outcast who ultimately discovers his own worth and leadership qualities.

Joining Teller in this animated voyage is a stellar voice cast that includes Aubrey Plaza as the brainy spider, Brain; Jenny Slate portraying Mitzy, the klutzy ostrich; Rob Riggle as the fiery elephant and Ark’s captain, Todd; Craig Robinson taking on the role of Clyde, the overconfident bullfrog; and Stephen Merchant as the sinister crocodile, Croc.

Interestingly, the film, initially dubbed ‘Noah’s Ark,’ is a collaborative effort of Unified Pictures with various other renowned production companies. Produced on a commendable budget of $35 million, the animation duties have been entrusted to Stellar Creative Lab in Vancouver. The film was in its production phase as of January 2024 and is marked for an exciting release on April 30, 2026.

3. The Gorge (TBA)

‘The Gorge’ is an upcoming action-romance film directed by the talented Scott Derrickson. The movie delves into a treacherous realm, following two young individuals with difficult lives. Amidst the corruption and dangers surrounding them, they unexpectedly find a profound connection and solace in each other. While Miles Teller’s exact role details are still under wraps, given his versatile history in the cinematic world, it’s anticipated that he’ll bring depth and nuance to his character. Sharing the screen with Teller, the film boasts a formidable cast.

The enchanting Anya Taylor-Joy, lauded for her performance in ‘The Queen’s Gambit,’ and Sigourney Weaver, recognized globally for ‘Alien,’ are part of this captivating ensemble. Director Scott Derrickson’s journey, marked by projects like ‘Sinister’ and ‘The Black Phone,’ speaks volumes of his ability to weave distinct narratives, making this film all the more awaited. With the backdrop being the iconic city of London, England, the film promises a visually arresting experience. ‘The Gorge’ is currently navigating its post-production phase, hinting that it might soon grace the theaters.

4. Eternity (TBA)

The entertainment company A24 has seemingly taken the oath of providing cinephiles with the most surreal stories. We’ve already got ‘Midsommar,’ ‘Hereditary,’ ‘The Whale,’ ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘The Witch,’ and ‘The Ladybird’ to speak of a few. ‘Eternity’ is written by Patrick Cunnane and is currently in its filming stage, helmed by David Freyne. It is a rom-com set in a world where everyone is given a week to choose where they want to spend eternity. We follow Larry, and Luke, who wonder who they want to spend eternity with rather than where. The cast includes Teller, Elizabeth Olsen, and Callum Turner. More details about production and release are awaited.

5. A Life of Jesus (TBA)

Legendary director Martin Scorsese is working on a film titled ‘A Life of Jesus,’ alongside the Leonardo DiCaprio-starrer Frank Sinatra biopic. Scorsese and Kent Jones have the screenplay of ‘A Life of Jesus’ on Shūsaku Endō’s 1973 book. Production is expected to begin later in 2024 and will take place in Israel, Egypt, and Italy. Scorsese reportedly plans to independently finance the film and is eyeing Andrew Garfield and Miles Teller for the film, although we are yet to find out in what roles. More details about this film, which will provide an unconventional take on the life of Jesus Christ, are awaited.

6. Top Gun 3 (TBA)

The sequel to Paramount Pictures’ ‘“Top Gun: Maverick,’ ‘Top Gun 3’ will be written by Ehren Kruger (‘Top Gun: Maverick’ co-writer). Cruise will return to claim the skies again along with Teller and Glen Powell, who will be back in their respective avatars from the second installment. We can only hope that the studio will bring Joseph Kosinski back to helm the project. Currently, there are no more details about this project, but the fact that it is in the works.

7. An Officer and a Gentleman Remake (TBA)

Teller has just been roped in to play the lead in the remake of Paramount’s 1982 classic drama ‘An Officer and a Gentleman,’ which stars a young Richard Gere as aspiring Navy aviator Zack Mayo. The film shows his conflicts with his drill instructor, Gunnery Sgt. Emil Foley, played by Louis Gossett Jr. (became the first Black actor to win an Oscar for best supporting role in the film), and his romance with Paula, played by Debra Winger, a young woman who works at a factory and dreams of moving out of her small hometown. Set to be a modern retelling of the original, the plot has been written by Dana Fox based on a draft by Matt Johnson. The project is in its early stages, and we are yet to find out about the rest of the cast and production.

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