Fall Movie Preview: Say Goodbye To Summer And Hello To Award Season

The next "Best Picture" winner could be one of these films....

Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t the blockbuster season is over. While we may not get any big movies in the fall we do get movies that are worth watching. Here is some of the movies you should look out for this fall!

This Is Where I Leave You (Sept 19)

This Is Where I Leave You stars Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Jane Fonda, Kathryn Hahn, and Girls’ Adam Driver in this adaptation of Jonathan Tropper’s novel surrounding a dysfunctional family reunion following their father’s funeral. (Fandango)

Gone Girl (Oct 3)

David Fincher returns to the director’s chair for this 20th Century Fox thriller based on Gillian Flynn’s bestseller (and adapted for the screen by the author) about a husband who becomes the prime suspect in his wife’s disappearance after she vanishes on their fifth wedding anniversary. (Fandango)

Nightcrawler (Oct 17)

Jake Gyllenhaal stars as an ambitious young crime journalist probes the dark side of L.A. in this independent drama. (Fandango)

Man, Women & Children (Oct 17)

Ansel Elgort, Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner and Dean Norris star in this film adaption of Chad Kultgens novel of the same name. Men, Women and Children takes a look at the sexual frustrations that young teenagers and adults face in today’s world. (IMDB)

Rosewater (Nov 7)

Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut with this historical drama based on BBC journalist Maziar Bahari’s best-selling memoir Then They Came for Me: A Family’s Story of Love, Captivity, and Survival. (Fandango)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (Nov 21)

The Hunger Games saga continues in this sequel that finds Katniss Everdeen faced with a decision that could sway the fate of a nation. In the wake of the Quarter Quell, the Hunger Games have been changed forever, and Katniss ends up in District 13. Her courage having inspired a nation, the brave young heroine heeds the advice of her friends, and sets out to save Peeta. Meanwhile, Katniss’ fragile alliance with President Coin could lead to disaster. (Fandango)

Wild (Dec 5)

Reese Witherspoon stars in the chronicle of one woman’s 1,100-mile solo hike undertaken as a way to recover from a recent catastrophe. (IMDB)

Into The Woods (Dec 25)

Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep, Chris Pine and Anna Kendrick star in Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods an adapted musical from director Rob Marshall and Walt Disney Studios.  (Fandango)

The Interview (Dec 25)

James Franco and Seth Rogen star as a talk show host and a producer who get wrapped up in a plot to kill North Korea’s prime minister in this comedy from actor/writer/director Seth Rogen. (Fandango)


My name is Lizzette, but feel free to call me Lizz. I binge watch TV shows I've already seen, I'm constantly quoting movies, and most importantly I love pop culture.
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