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A Simple Favor
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Peter Iovino

If you found yourself thirsty for more Henry Golding after watching his very first feature film performance inCrazy Rich Asians, you don’t have long to wait. Billed as a “mystery comedy thriller” (it's a genre, OK?),A Simple Favorstars Anna Kendrick as a mommy blogger who grows suspicious when her (sort of) BFF, the killer suit-donning Emily (Blake Lively), disappears, and is later seduced by Golding as Emily’s maybe-suspect husband.A Simple Favorhits theaters September 14.

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Serenity
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GRAHAM BARTHOLOMEW

Behold The McConaissance, Act II: Matthew McConaughey stars in this neo-noir thriller as a fishing boat captain whose quiet life is shattered when his shadowy past comes back to haunt him in the form of his seductively dangerous and endangered ex-wife, Anne Hathaway, who comes to him with an unusual—read: fatal—request.Serenityhits theaters October 19.

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A Star Is Born
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Clay Enos

Two words: Lady Gaga. Enough said. OK, there's more to say: Even if you’re sick of remakes, Gaga’s first ever starring feature film role is reason enough to check out this surefire Oscar contender—she plays a young singer who is discovered by, and later falls for, Bradley Cooper’s troubled country musician. This is also Cooper's directorial debut, if you happen to be intrigued by that prospect.A Star Is Bornhits theaters October 5.

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Bad Times at the El Royale
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Photo Credit: Kimberley French

This cast, though. Chris Hemsworth! Dakota Johnson! Jon Hamm! Jeff Bridges! Ron Swanson fromParks and Rec! The premise of this deeply bonkers-looking mystery: seven shady strangers all meet at a rundown hotel named the El Royale, and over the course of a single night they all get one last shot at redemption. Sure, why not!Bad Times at the El Royalehits theaters October 5.

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First Man
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Daniel McFadden

Ryan! Gosling! In! Space! InFirst Man, Gosling reunites withLa La Landdirector Damien Chazelle to play Neil Armstrong in this biographical drama chronicling the Apollo 11 moon landing.The Crown’s Claire Foy co-stars, and her yelling at a group of men is arguably the highlight of the movie’s first trailer.First Manhits theaters October 12.

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Beautiful Boy
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Francois Duhamel

Prepare to be emotionally destroyed. This adaptation of a real-life memoir, and follows a father (Steve Carrell) as he tries to help his son (Call Me By Your Namebreakout star/our boyfriend Timothée Chalamet) recover from methamphetamine addiction. If you're placing early Oscar bets, this is a safe one.Beautiful Boyhits theaters October 12.

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The Hate U Give
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Photo Credit: ERIKA DOSS

This timely adaptation of the critically acclaimedNew York Timesbestseller stars Amandla Stenberg (you know, Rue fromThe Hunger Games) as a teenage girl, Starrm, caught between two worlds: the poor neighborhood where she lives, and the wealthy, overwhelmingly white prep school where she studies. After witnessing the fatal shooting of her friend by a police officer, Starr is forced to find her voice and speak her truth.The Hate U Givehits theaters October 19.

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Can You Ever Forgive Me?
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Photo by Mary Cybulski

Melissa McCarthy stars in this biographical dramedy which follows the celebrity biographer Lee Israel, who made her name profiling A-listers like Katharine Hepburn, then turned to forgery when her spotlight began to dim. McCarthy often seems to end up in movies that don't deserve her talents (hi,The Happytime Murders!) but this looks like an exception.Can You Ever Forgive Me?hits theaters October 19.

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Suspiria
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Sandro Kopp

Dakota Johnson stars in this remake of the 1977 horror classic, playing an American student who moves to Berlin to join a prestigious dance academy, only to realize that something is seriously wrong when fellow dancers start going missing. Perhaps the official synopsis says it best: she “becomes entangled in a bloody, sighing nightmare.” So fun!Suspiriahits theaters October 26.

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Bohemian Rhapsody
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Despite a deeply troubled production, this looks unmissable. As you can probably guess from, say, the title, Rami Malek plays Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in this long-awaited biopic, which will chronicle the years leading up to the band’s iconic performance at the 1985 benefit concert Live Aid.Bohemian Rhapsodyhits theaters November 2.

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Nobody's Fool
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Chip Bergmann/Paramount Pictures

Tyler Perry’s latest comedy stars Tiffany Haddish, and honestly that is all you should need to know. See it opening night.Nobody's Foolhits theaters November 2.

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Boy Erased
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Focus Features

Put this in the “profoundly upsetting yet essential viewing” category:Manchester By The Seastandout Lucas Hedges plays the teenage son of a preacher who is first forcibly outed to his parents, then forced to go through a church-funded gay conversion program. The film is based on an IRL story. See: Garrard Conley’s memoir of the same name.Boy Erasedhits theatersNovember 2.

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The Girl In The Spider’s Web
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Nadja Klier

Seriously, you guys: it’s a great time to bealivea Claire Foy fan. In addition to her starring role inFirst Man, this fall she takes over the role of Lisbeth Salander from Rooney Mara in this follow-up to 2011’sThe Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, which follows the iconic antiheroine as she fights for vengeance on behalf of abused women.The Girl In The Spider’s Webhits theaters November 9.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
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Warner Bros.

This sequel to the 2019 Potter prequel delves further into the wizarding world of 1930s New York, as a young Albus Dumledore (Jude Law) enlists Eddie Redmayne's Newt Scamander to help hunt down the escaped dark wizard Grindelwald (Johnny Depp). But also it looks really, really pretty, no?Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwaldhits theaters November 16.

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Robin Hood
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Lionsgate

OK, after the last lackluster Russell Crowe effort in 2010, you may not bethatexcited about yet another remake ofRobin Hood. But hear me out: withKingsman’s Taron Egerton in the title role, and a cast that includes Jamie FoxxandBen Mendelsohn, there are reasons to be intrigued by this “gritty” reimagining. Trust me.Robin Hoodhits theaters November 21.

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Mary Queen of Scots
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Parisa Tag/Focus Features

Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan's powerhouse performances, inI, TonyaandLadybirdrespectively, were a highlight of last year’s awards season. Now, they're teaming up for an historical epic that basically sounds like a based-on-real-eventsGame of Thrones, following Mary’s doomed attempt to overthrow her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I.Mary Queen of Scotshits theaters December 7.






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