Fall Movie Preview

After a summer movie season with a somewhat limited number of releases, in comparison to years past, the fall promises to be full of exciting releases both in theaters and at home. From explosive blockbusters to artistic awards contenders, there is something for everyone. Here is a breakdown of some of the highlights on the way:

The Addams Family 2
This sequel to the 2019 animated reimagining of the creepy and kooky family sees the titular group hit the road on vacation. A spooky time for all ages just in time for Halloween season.
Oct. 1 in theaters and PVOD

The Many Saints of Newark
Writer/producer David Chase returns to the world of wise guys in this to his iconic series, The Sopranos, which follows a teenaged Tony Soprano and the mobster Dickie Moltisanti who loomed largely over the show. The late James Gandolfini’s son, Michael, takes over the part of Tony.
Oct. 1 in theaters and HBO MAX

No Time to Die
Originally slated for release in April 2020, this is the highly anticipated final outing for Daniel Craig as James Bond. Featuring recent Oscar winner Rami Malek as the villain and acclaimed filmmaker Cary Fukunaga, the film should prove to be a truly epic send off for Craig.
Oct. 8 only in theaters

Halloween Kills
Michael Myers returns yet again for another murderous rampage. Jamie Lee Curtis is back for the second part of this trilogy for the recently revived franchise.
Oct. 15 only in theaters

The Last Duel
Ridley Scott directs this medieval epic set in 14th century France about the last legal duel. The film boasts an impressive cast including Adam Driver, Jodie Comer, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck—and reunites Damon and Affleck as screenwriters for the first time since the modern classic Good Will Hunting.
Oct. 15 only in theaters

Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Tom Hardy’s parasitic alien-goo monster is back for a sequel to the 2018 film. This time Venom must face off against the far more vile and monstrous villain, Carnage, who becomes the host of a deranged serial killer played by Woody Harrelson.
Oct. 15 only in theaters

The critically-acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve brings a new adaptation of Frank Herbert’s influential sci-fi novel to the screen. This space epic follows a young nobleman, played by Timothee Chalamet, who is entrusted with protecting the future of his family and people. The supporting cast includes Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Jason Momoa and Josh Brolin—and should be viewed on the largest screen possible.
Oct. 22 in theaters and HBO Max

The French Dispatch
Wes Anderson returns with his usual cast of featured players, including Bill Murray and Owen Wilson, for this film about an American magazine based in France during the 20th century. The film’s structure is broken up into a series of short stories that should allow for the director’s whimsical style to flourish in full.
Oct. 22 only in theaters

Last Night in Soho
A full-fledged horror film from British filmmaker Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead and Baby Driver). The mysterious trailer didn’t reveal much of the plot, but it appears ghosts, possessions, creepy men and time travel are all involved in this tension-filled cocktail.
Oct. 29 only in theaters

The MCU goes mythical. Oscar-winning director Chloe Zhao brings her accomplished visual style from the arthouse to the biggest franchise in film. Eternals follows an ensemble of god-like beings who have been overseeing human history and must now come together to intervene in the world’s fate.
Nov. 5 only in theaters