Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
The onset of autumn means more than just the change of seasons. With it comes the wide roll out of festival darlings, endearing romantic comedies and highly anticipated sequels. From slashers to historical dramas, see below for all the must-see movies premiering this fall.
Hardly a movie shocked audiences more this year than X, A24’s slasher starring Mia Goth. Now, just in time to get into the Halloween spirit, Goth returns to reprise her role and take a look back at how Pearl came to be a cold-blooded killer.
Music documentary extraordinaire Brett Morgan returns with an all new film about another legendary musician. Using previously unreleased footage, Morgen weaves the must-see story of David Bowie through live concert scenes and personal moments.
Starring Viola Davis, this historical epic takes a dive into the world of the Agojie, the all-female warrior unit who protected the Dahomey kingdom in 19th century West Africa.
The Olivia Wilde-directed psychological thriller unveils the cracks in a 1950s utopian experimental community when one housewife (Florence Pugh) starts to question everything.
Directed by Santiago Mitre, who co-wrote the screenplay with Mariano Llinás, Argentina 1985 tells the real-life story of public prosecutors Julio Strassera and Luis Moreno Ocampo, who investigated and prosecuted Argentina’s bloodiest military dictatorship. It stars Ricardo Darín, Peter Lanzani, Alejandra Flechner, Santiago Armas, Laura Paredes and Carlos Portaluppi.
From the mind behind Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Billy Eichner stars in the romantic comedy about a cynical podcaster navigating a romance with an earnest, handsome lawyer.
Following high praise at Cannes Film Festival, Paul Mescal, Aisling Franciosi and Emily Watson star in directors Saela Davis and Anna Rose Holmer’s stirring psychological drama. Set in a quiet Irish fishing village, mom Aileen (Watson) is caught between protecting her son (Mescal)— who she already has a strained relationship with— and standing by her own morals.
Set in the 1930s, the mystery-comedy follows three friends who witness a murder. The star-studded cast includes Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Zoe Saldaña, Mike Myers, Michael Shannon, Timothy Olyphant, Taylor Swift, Rami Malek and Robert De Niro.
Appropriately the 13th installment of the Halloween franchise, Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie for one final go around with Michael Myers to confront the evil she can’t control once and for all.
First making a standout debut at Venice Film Festival, the black-comedy drama centers on the suddenly strained relationship between two friends when one of them abruptly ends their friendship. It stars Colin Farrell, Brendon Gleeson, Barry Keoghan and Kerry Condon.
The 11th film in the DC Extended Universe showcases the almighty power of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in full throttle. Thousands of years after imprisonment, antihero Black Adam (Johnson) emerges into modern society to unleash his personal form of justice onto the world.
Based on the novel of the same name, the romantic drama finds policeman Tom (Harry Styles) navigating a marriage with school teacher Marion (Emma Corrin) and an affair with museum curator Patrick (David Dawson) in 1950s Brighton, England.
Perhaps the top critical highlight of the Venice Film Festival, the Cate Blanchett-starring film focuses on renowned conductor and composer Lydia Tár, the first-ever female conductor of a major German orchestra.
A cinematic adaptation of significant American history, Till captures Mamie Till Mobley’s determined pursuit for justice for her 14-year-old son, Emmett Till, who was lynched in 1955 while visiting his cousins in Mississippi.
The highly anticipated sequel finds Wakanda mourning the loss of their king T’Challa and under the pressure of intervening world powers.
Photography by: Courtesy of Marvel Studios