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Upcoming Fall Movies 2018 – 25 Best New Movie Releases Coming Out This Fall
A Simple Favor (September 14)
Mommy blogger Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) is concerned about her best friend Emily (Blake Lively), who has suddenly disappeared. Paul Feig directs this comic mystery that features plenty of twists.
The Predator (September 14)
Shane Black directs this reboot of the ’80s sci-fi thriller (which he appeared in when he was still an actor). This time, Sterlng K. Brown, Keegan-Michael Key, and Olivia Munn face off against the chameleon alien monster.
Operation Finale (September 14)
Oscar Isaac stars as Mossad agent Peter Malkin, who led a team of Israeli spies who tracked down and captured the notorious Adolf Eichmann (played here by Ben Kingsly) 15 years after World War II.
White Boy Rick (September 14)
Based on a true story, this film stars Richie Merritt as Richard Wershe Jr., who became the youngest FBI informant in history at the age of 14. Matthew McConaughey co-stars as Wershe’s no-nonsense father.
Mandy (September 14)
Nicolas Cage faces off against cult members and monsters in this batshit crazy action-horror hybrid from director Panos Cosmatos.
The House With a Clock on Its Walls (September 21)
Torture porn auteur Eli Roth tones it down a bit for this children’s gothic horror film starring Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, and Kyle McLachlan about a young orphan whose new home is also host to a clock that could destroy the world.
Boy Erased (September 28)
Joel Edgerton’s adaptation of Garrard Conley’s acclaimed memoir stars Lucas Hedges as the son of a Baptist preacher who, after being outed to his parents, is pressured into gay conversion therapy.
Venom (October 5)
Tom Hardy stars as the title character in this Spider-Man spinoff, which sees the journalist Eddie Brock becoming the host to an alien parasite that gives him superhuman powers.
A Star Is Born (October 5)
The classic Hollywood tale gets its third remake, this time directed by co-star Bradley Cooper. Lady Gaga plays an aspiring singer-songwriter who is mentored—and seduced by—a washed up country singer.
Bad Times at the El Royale (October 12)
A rundown Lake Tahoe hotel plays host to an eventful night, when seven strangers seeking redemption cross paths. The star-studded cast includes Jeff Bridges, Chris Hemsworth, Jon Hamm, Cynthia Erivo, Russell Crowe, and Dakota Johnson.
Beautiful Boy (October 12)
Timothée Chalamet might earn himself a second Oscar nomination for playing Nic Sheff, whose meth addiction complicates his relationship with his father, David (Steve Carell). Based on a true story, the film compiles the Sheffs’ two memoirs into one compelling narrative.
First Man (October 12)
La La Land director Damien Chazelle reteams with Ryan Gosling for this riveting biopic about astronaut Neil Armstrong and his race to be the first man to walk on the moon.
Serenity (October 19)
Matthew McConaughey plays a fishing boat captain whose quiet life is thrown into turmoil when his ex-wife (Anne Hathaway) shows up, begging him to murder her violent second husband.
Can You Ever Forgive Me? (October 19)
Melissa McCarthy plays real-life journalist Lee Israel, whose stalled career has left her broke and searching for last-ditch efforts to make a living—which leads her to becoming a literary forger.
Mowgli (October 19)
The Jungle Book gets yet another adaptation, this time directed by Andy Serkis (who co-stars as Baloo) and featuring the voices of Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Naomie Harris.
Halloween (October 19)
Michael Meyers is back for another round of murdering unsuspecting teens. The other twist: So is Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), who is once again matched with her estranged brother in this direct sequel to the 1978 original.
Bohemian Rhapsody (November 2)
Rami Malek stars as Freddie Mercury in this long-awaited biopic about the Queen frontman, which follows his early days through the band’s iconic performance at Live Aid in 1985.
Suspiria (November 2)
Luca Guadagnino directs this disturbing remake of Dario Argento’s 1977 horror film. Dakota Johnson stars as a young ballet dancer who joins a renown dance academy in Berlin. But soon she discovers that there are sinister happenings at the school as her fellow students start dying.
The Girl in the Spider’s Room (November 9)
The Crown’s Claire Foy is the latest actress to step into the role of Lisbeth Salander in this sequel-of-sorts to David Fincher’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
Widows (November 16)
Oscar winner Steve McQueen returns with this all-star heist film about four women, led by Viola Davis, who join forces when their con men husbands are killed during an attempted robbery.
Creed II (November 21)
Michael B. Jordan reprises his role as Adonis Creed, this time going into the ring against Viktor Drago—the son of Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago, who killed his father Apollo Creed in Rocky IV.
Mary, Queen of Scots (December 7)
One of the most infamous family rivalries in history comes to the screen, with Saoirse Ronan playing the title character, who attempts to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie).
Under the Silver Lake (December 7)
It Follows director David Robert Mitchell brings this comic neo-noir about an amateur sleuth (Andrew Garfield) who searches for his beautiful missing neighbor and, in classic L.A. noir fashion, stumbles upon a complex conspiracy.
Bumblebee (December 21)
Hailee Steinfeld stars in this Transformers spinoff, set in the late ’80s, dedicated to the lovable Transformer sidekick who’s on the run from the government agency trying to capture him.
Aquaman (December 21)
The DC Cinematic Universe expands once again with the first standalone film to feature Jason Momoa’s hunky underwater superhero who must save the kingdom of Atlantis from destruction.