October is here and that means it’s time to watch some good movies.
The fall season has already started off strong with impressive titles like the blockbuster “It” and the Oscar-buzzy Jake Gyllenhaal drama “Stronger.”
And things will only get better with event movies like “Blade Runner 2049” and “Justice League” mixed with dramas like “Call Me By Your Name” and “Mudbound,” coming soon.
Here are 34 movies coming out this fall that you shouldn’t miss:
The latest adaptation of Stephen King's classic novel looks to be the most chilling yet. In it, a group of bullied kids team up to take on a monster named Pennywise (that looks like a clown) that hunts kids.
Netflix's next anticipated movie from a marquee name is Angelina Jolie's latest directing effort that looks back on the horrific upbringing in Cambodia of Loung Ung. Jolie cast hundreds of survivors and their children to recreate their stories.
Darren Aronofsky's latest thriller stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as a couple whose lives are suddenly interrupted when guests arrive at their home. Aronofsky has always had a knack for completely messing with audience's heads, and this one looks to be no different. The movie also stars Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Looking back on one of the landmark events in women's equality, this movie focuses on the 1973 tennis match between retired tennis pro Bobby Riggs and the top women's tennis player, Billy Jean King. Emma Stone plays King while Steve Carell plays Riggs.
Taron Egerton and Colin Firth return for the sequel to the surprisingly successful 'Kingsman: The Secret Service.' Expect lots of action and laughs as the Kingsman team up with their American counterparts -- which include Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, and Jeff Bridges. The villain this time around is played by Julianne Moore.
Justin Theroux, Olivia Munn, Jackie Chan, Dave Franco, Kumail Nanjiani, and Abbi Jacobson are just some of the names lending their voices to the latest LEGO movie. This time we delve into the world of ninjas and warriors.
What looks to have Oscar bait written all over it, Jake Gyllenhaal plays a victim of the horrific Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 who, during his recovery, helps the police track down the terrorists responsible.
Tom Cruise plays Barry Seal, the notorious drug runner who was also a DEA informant.
For this reboot of the classic 1990 thriller starring Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, and Julia Roberts, a new crop of hot people (including Ellen Page and Diego Luna) are cast to play medical students who are obsessed with life after death.
'Arrival' director Denis Villeneuve picks up where Ridley Scott left off with the original 'Blade Runner' to look at a future where engineered replicants live among us. Ryan Gosling plays the new-era Blade Runner who is in search of rogue replicants. Harrison Ford reprises his role as Rick Deckard.
Many women would love to be stranded with Idris Elba anywhere... except perhaps a remote snowy mountain. For this survival thriller, Elba and Kate Winslet play two survivors of a plane crash who embark on a journey through the wilderness to be rescued.
Margot Robbie and Domnhall Gleeson star in this look at the creation of the Winnie the Pooh stories.
Chadwick Boseman takes a break from playing Black Panther to take on another kind of hero role. In this biopic of the first black Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall, Boseman plays the man as a young lawyer as he prepares for one of his career-defining cases.
This ripped-from-the-headlines story looks at the elite firefighters who battled a wildfire in Arizona in 2013 that claimed the lives of 19 members. The movie stars Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch, and Andie MacDowell.
Michael Fassbender plays a detective investigating the murder of a woman in this thriller that also stars Rebecca Ferguson, Chloë Sevigny, J.K. Simmons, and Val Kilmer. I'm so hoping for a Fassbender/Kilmer showdown in this one.
After the original was a surprise box office hit in 2016, Tyler Perry has returned for a sequel.
Todd Haynes ('Carol') adapts Brian Selznick's best-selling novel that jumps back and forth from the story of a Midwest boy and a girl in New York City 50 years earlier. And, yes, Haynes once again casts his muse Julianne Moore.
The 'Saw' franchise isn't done yet. Seven years after the last movie (which, in a last ditch effort, was in 3D), the horror franchise returns and focuses on a handful of murders that have a familiarly twisted look.
Establishing himself as one of the most original storytellers working today after Oscar nominations for 'Dogtooth' and 'The Lobster,' Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos returns with another twisted story. Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman star.
Riding on the huge success of summer hit 'Wonder Woman,' this movie looks at the man who brought the comic to life (played by Luke Evans) and the women alongside him who made it so unique.
George Clooney takes a script penned by the Coen brothers to make this dark mystery starring Matt Damon as the patriarch of a family who has been shook after a home invasion.
Jason Hall, the screenwriter behind Clint Eastwood's hit 'American Sniper,' moves to the director's chair to tell this story of a group of soldiers struggling with PTSD after a tour in Iraq. Miles Teller and Amy Schumer star.
Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn return to be the envy of mums everywhere. But this time their characters have to deal with their own mums, and the holidays.
Where has Thor been all this time? Locked away waiting to fight the Hulk it seems. In the latest chapter of the Thor franchise, our hero (played again by Chris Hemsworth) sets out to save his home planet. Tom Hiddleston and Idris Elba also return. Benedict Cumberbatch shows up as Dr. Strange, and Cate Blanchett plays the evil Hela.
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars alongside Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Josh Gad, Michelle Pfeiffer, Willem Dafoe, Judy Dench, and Penélope Cruz in the latest movie version of Agatha Christie's classic whodunit.
What will certainly be an award season vehicle for Frances McDormand and its writer-director Martin McDonagh ('In Bruges'), McDormand plays a woman who, after the murder of her daughter and months following with no arrests, voices her frustration using three giant billboards. Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, John Hawkes, and Peter Dinklage also star.
The latest movie from the DC Extended Universe will showcase the biggest heroes from the DC comics fighting together: Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and Superman (Henry Cavill). With the DCEU coming off its biggest hit with 'Wonder Woman,' it will be interesting to see if 'Justice League' can keep the streak going.
An instant Oscar contender after having its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Dee Rees' ('Pariah') latest movie explores the lives of two men who, after returning from World War II, face racism while working on a farm in rural Mississippi.
Coming off his breakthrough performance in 'Room,' child actor Jacob Tremblay looks to have another powerful performance coming our way. Based on the best-selling novel, Tremblay plays August Pullman, a boy with facial differences who attends a mainstream school for the first time when starting the fifth grade. Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson also star.
It looks like we'll need the tissues for Pixar's next movie. It focuses on a boy named Miguel who finds himself journeying through the Land of the Dead.
Another potential award season contender, Gary Oldman takes on the role of Winston Churchill. The movie, from director Joe Wright ('Atonement,' 'Anna Karenina'), looks at the Prime Minister negotiating a peace treaty with Nazi Germany.
Eli Roth ('Hostel') teams with Bruce Willis to remake the classic Charles Bronson vigilante movie, 'Death Wish.'
Aaron Sorkin's directorial debut stars Jessica Chastain as Molly Bloom, a former Olympic-class skier who ran the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game, and eventually became a target of the FBI.
Already being regarded as one of the best movies of the year and a sure-fire Oscar contender, Armie Hammer plays an American student in the 1980s who spends the summer in Northern Italy and eventually becomes romantically involved with the son of the teacher he's staying with.
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