Because, aviously…

Here are some of the movies I’m looking forward to this fall:

  • 9/9 — Sully — The story of Sully Sullenberger landing his plane on the Hudson starring Tom Hanks as Captain Sully
  • 9/23 — Storks — Animation starring Andy Samberg, Kelsey Grammer
  • 10/13 — Mascots  — Netflix movie starring Jane Lynch, Ed Begley Jr., Zach Woods about team mascots married to each other in a falling apart relationship, yet “happy on the field”
  • 10/14 — The Accountant — Ben Affleck is a forensic accountant for dangerous criminal organizations, also starring Anna Kendrick and J.K. Simmons
  • 10/21 — Jack Reacher: Never Go Back — The second movie in the Lee Child series, filmed out of order, starring Tom Cruise and Cobie Smulders
  • 10/28 — Inferno — Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon is back, this time with amnesia leaving Tom Hanks wondering how involved he is. Also starring Felicity Jones
  • 11/4 — Doctor Strange — Marvel’s latest installment, just days after Luke Cage on Netflix, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Rachel McAdams
  • 11/4 — Trolls — The toys of our childhood coming to life in animation, with Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake and James Corden
  • 11/18 — Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them — The Harry Potter series takes on a new trilogy with Eddie Redmayne and Colin Farrell
  • 11/18 — The Edge of Seventeen — Some teenage movie…but it is starring Hailee Steinfeld!
  • 12/2 — La La Land — A musical/comedy/drama starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling
  • 12/16 — Rogue One: A Star Wars Story — Star Wars. Felicity Jones. Ben Mendelsohn. Anything else need to be said?
  • 12/21 — Passengers — I’m not much for standard sci-fi movies…but I will watch something with Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt
  • 12/21 — Assassin’s Creed — This movie is likely gonna be terrible…but it’s based on a decent video game, and stars Michael Fassbender
  • 12/21 — Sing — A musical animation with Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson and Reese Witherspoon
  • 12/21 — Patriots Day — The story of the Boston Marathon Bombing, with Mark Wahlberg and J.K. Simmons

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