Fall Movies 2019: Preview for All Ages from Frozen 2 to JOKER

/ 03:23 AM September 05, 2019

A selective list of Fall Movies 2019. Release dates subject to change:

SEPTEMBER Fall Movies 2019

“It: Chapter 2” (Sept.6)  A sequel to the 2017 horror smash, from Stephen King’s 1986 novel and set 27 years later with the Derry kids returning to their hometown to face off again with Bill SkarsgÃ¥rd’s Pennywise.

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise in New Line Cinema’s horror thriller “It: Chapter 2,” in theaters on Sept. 6. (Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows, from left, Bill Hader, Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, James Ransone, Isaiah Mustafa and Jay Ryan in New Line Cinema’s horror thriller “It: Chapter 2,” in theaters on Sept. 6. (Brooke Palmer/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

“The Goldfinch” (Sept. 13) Donna Tartt’s 2013 best-seller gets a lavish big-screen treatment in John Crowley’s drama, with Ansel Elgort and Nicole Kidman.

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Ansel Elgort, left, and Ashleigh Cummings in a scene from “The Goldfinch,” in theaters on Sept. 13. (Nicole Rivelli/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Jeffrey Wright, left, and Oakes Fegley in a scene from “The Goldfinch,” in theaters on Sept. 13. (Macall Polay/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

“Hustlers” (Sept. 13) — In this based-on-a-true-story tale, former strip club employees (Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu, Cardi B) join together to hustle their Wall Street clients.

This image released by STXfilms shows Constance Wu, left, and Jennifer Lopez in a scene from “Hustlers,” in theaters on Sept. 13. (Barbara Nitke/STXfilms via AP)

This image released by STXfilms shows, from left, Lili Reinhart, Jennifer Lopez, Keke Palmer, and Constance Wu in a scene from “Hustlers,” in theaters on Sept. 13. (Barbara Nitke/STXfilms via AP)

“Ad Astra” (Sept. 20)  James Gray’s space adventure, originally slated for a summer release, stars Brad Pitt as an astronaut in search of his lost father, a renegade scientist.

This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Brad Pitt in a scene from “Ad Astra,” in theaters on Sept. 20. (Francois Duhamel/20th Century Fox via AP)

This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Brad Pitt in a scene from “Ad Astra,” in theaters on Sept. 20. (Francois Duhamel/20th Century Fox via AP)

This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Brad Pitt in a scene from “Ad Astra,” in theaters on Sept. 20. (Francois Duhamel/20th Century Fox via AP)

“Rambo: Last Blood” (Sept. 20) Sylvester Stallone reprises his Vietnam War veteran in this fifth installment of the “Rambo” franchise, with a “Taken”-like plot involving a friend’s kidnapped daughter.

This image released by Lionsgate shows Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo in a scene from “Rambo: Last Blood,” in theaters on Sept. 20. (Yana Blajeva/Lionsgate via AP)

This image released by Lionsgate shows Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo in a scene from “Rambo: Last Blood,” in theaters on Sept. 20. (Yana Blajeva/Lionsgate via AP)

“Downton Abbey” (Sept. 20)  Julian Fellowes, who penned the upstairs-downstairs drama “Gosford Park” before finding a small-screen sensation in “Downton Abbey,” returns to film for a movie that reunites much of the show’s original cast for an earth-shattering occasion: The King and Queen are coming for a visit.

This image released by Focus features shows Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Talbot, center left, and Matthew Goode as Henry Talbot in a scene from “Downton Abbey,” in theaters on Sept. 20. (Jaap Buitendijk/Focus Features via AP)

This image released by Focus features shows Elizabeth McGovern, from left, Harry Hadden-Paton, Laura Carmichael, Hugh Bonneville, and Michael Fox, right, in a scene from “Downton Abbey,” in theaters on Sept. 20. (Jaap Buitendijk/Focus Features via AP)

“Diego Maradona” (Sept. 20)  Asif Kapadia, the documentary filmmaker of the Oscar-winning “Amy” and “Senna,” brings his archival-based approach to the mythic rise and fall of Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona.

“Between Two Ferns: The Movie” (Sept. 20)  Several years after new episodes largely petered out, Zach Galifianakis rekindles his beloved talk-show web series for a feature-length Netflix film that promises to take viewers on a very meta trip behind the scenes of “Between Two Ferns.”

“Abominable” (Sept. 27)  A Yeti discovered in Shanghai searches for its family with the help of a teenager (Chloe Bennet) in this DreamWorks animated tale.

This image released by DreamWorks Animation shows characters, from left, Peng, voiced by Albert Tsai, Everest the Yeti, Yi, voiced by Chloe Bennet and Jin, voiced by Tenzing Norgay Trainor, in a scene from “Abominable,” in theaters on Sept. 27. (DreamWorks Animation LLC. via AP)

This image released by DreamWorks Animation shows Everest the Yeti, left, and Yi, voiced by Chloe Bennet, in a scene from “Abominable,” in theaters on Sept. 27. (DreamWorks Animation LLC. via AP)

“Judy” (Sept. 27)  Renee Zellweger plays Judy Garland in this drama, adapted from the play “End of the Rainbow,” about the singer-actress during a string of London concerts in 1969.

This image released by Roadside Attractions shows Renée-Zellweger as Judy Garland in a scene from “Judy,” in theaters on Sept. 27. (David Hindley/Roadside Attractions via AP)

This image released by Roadside Attractions shows Renée-Zellweger as Judy Garland in a scene from “Judy,” in theaters on Sept. 27. (David Hindley/Roadside Attractions via AP)

This image released by Roadside Attractions shows Renée-Zellweger as Judy Garland in a scene from “Judy,” in theaters on Sept. 27. (David Hindley/Roadside Attractions via AP)

“The Laundromat” (Sept. 27)  Steven Soderbergh’s latest, for Netflix, burrows into the stories within the Panama Papers, the leaked financial documents that exposed thousands of offshore accounts. With Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas.

This image released by Netflix shows Meryl Streep in a scene from “The Laundromat,” in theaters on Sept. 27. (Claudette Barius/Netflix via AP)

This image released by Netflix shows Meryl Streep in a scene from “The Laundromat,” in theaters on Sept. 27. (Claudette Barius/Netflix via AP)

OCTOBER Fall Movies 2019

“Joker” (Oct. 4)  Joaquin Phoenix takes his turn as the DC Comics villain in this character-based, “Taxi Driver”-inspired tale from director Todd Phillips (“The Hangover”).

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix in a scene from “Joker,” in theaters on Oct. 4. (Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix in a scene from “Joker,” in theaters on Oct. 4. (Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

“Dolemite Is My Name” (Oct. 4)  Eddie Murphy makes his big-screen return as filmmaker Rudy Ray Moore, who created the 1975 Blaxploitation classic “Dolemite,” in this Netflix movie directed by Craig Brewer (“Hustle and Flow”).

“Pain and Glory” (Oct. 4)  In Pedro Almodvar’s highly autobiographical drama, Antonio Banderas stars as an aging film director whose memories and creative juices are spurred by a reconciliation with an old friend and colleague.

This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Antonio Banderas in a scene from “Pain and Glory,” in theaters on Oct. 4. (Sony Pictures Classics via AP)

“Lucy in the Sky” (Oct. 4)  Natalie Portman plays an astronaut whose life is in free fall after returning from a lengthy mission in Noah Hawley’s directorial debut.

“Gemini Man” (Oct. 11)  Ang Lee directs this 3-D science-fiction action film about an assassin (Will Smith) pitted against a younger clone of himself (also Will Smith, as a computer-generated creation).

This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Will Smith in “Gemini Man,” in theaters on Oct. 11. (Paramount Pictures via AP)

“The Addams Family” (Oct. 11) With a voice cast including Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, and Snoop Dogg as Cousin Itt, the Addams Family returns in an animated film, 28 years after Barry Sonnenfeld’s 1991 movie.

This image released by Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures shows characters Morticia Addams, voiced by Charlize Theron, left, and Gomez Addams, voiced by Oscar Isaac, in a scene from “The Addams Family,” in theaters on Oct. 11. (Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures via AP)

“Parasite” (Oct. 11)  Korean director Bong Joon Ho calls his Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or winner, about one poor family and one rich family, “a comedy without clowns, a tragedy without villains.”

“The King” (Oct. 11)  Timothee Chalamet plays Shakespeare’s Henry V, with Joel Edgerton as Falstaff and Robert Pattinson as the Dauphin, in David Michod’s Netflix drama.

This image released by Netflix shows Timothée Chalamet, center, in a scene from “The King,” in theaters on Oct. 11. (Netflix via AP)

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” (Oct. 18)  A sequel to the 2014 film, starring Angelina Jolie as the “Sleeping Beauty” sorceress.

This image released by Disney shows Angelina Jolie in a scene from “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” in theaters on Oct. 18. (Disney via AP)

This image released by Disney shows, from left, Harris Dickinson, Elle Fanning, Robert Lindsay and Michelle Pfeiffer in a scene from “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” in theaters on Oct. 18. (Disney via AP)

“Zombieland 2: Double Tap” (Oct. 18)  A decade after the original, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Emma Stone return for a sequel to Ruben Fleischer’s comic zombie movie. It also reportedly resurrects Bill Murray, whose cameo stole the first film.

“Jojo Rabbit” (Oct. 18)  Taika Waititi takes a break from “Thor” films for this World War II satire, co-starring Scarlett Johansson and Waititi, himself, like Adolf Hitler.

“The Lighthouse” (Oct. 18)  In Robert Eggers’s black-and-white follow-up to his 2015 horror hit “The Witch,” Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe star as 1890s lighthouse keepers on a remote Maine island.

“Black and Blue” (Oct. 25)  Naomie Harris stars as a rookie police officer whose body camera captures her partner murdering a young drug dealer.

This image released by Sony Pictures shows Naomie Harris, left, and Tyrese Gibson in a scene from “Black and Blue,” in theaters on Oct. 25. (Alan Markfield/Sony Pictures via AP)

This image released by Sony Pictures shows Naomie Harris in a scene from “Black and Blue,” in theaters on Oct. 25. (Alan Markfield/Sony Pictures via AP)

NOVEMBER Fall Movies 2019

“The Irishman” (Nov. 1) — Martin Scorsese teams an all-star cast of Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci for this crime saga about a hitman and Jimmy Hoffa associate Frank Sheeran.

This image released by Netflix shows Joe Pesci, left, and Robert De Niro in a scene from “The Irishman.” Netflix said Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019, that “The Irishman” will open theatrically Nov. 1 and begin streaming on Nov. 27. (Niko Tavernise/Netflix via AP)

“Terminator: Dark Fate” (Nov. 1)  The sixth installment of the “Terminator” films, set 27 years after “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” and starring Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

This image released by Paramount Pictures shows, from left, Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis and Linda Hamilton in a scene from “Terminator: Dark Fate,” in theaters on Nov. 1. (Kerry Brown/Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures via AP)

This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Arnold Schwarzenegger in a scene from “Terminator: Dark Fate,” in theaters on Nov. 1.

“Harriet” (Nov. 1)  Kasi Lemmons’ biopic of Harriet Tubman, starring Cynthia Erivo.

This image released by Focus Features shows Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman in a scene from “Harriet,” in theaters on Nov. 1. (Glen Wilson/Focus Features via AP)

This image released by Focus Features shows Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman in a scene from “Harriet,” in theaters on Nov. 1. (Glen Wilson/Focus Features via AP)

“Motherless Brooklyn” (Nov. 1)  Edward Norton wrote, directed and stars in this adaption of Jonathan Lethem’s 1999 novel about a private eye with Tourette syndrome.

“Marriage Story” (Nov. 6) Noah Baumbach, who depicted his parents’ divorce in “The Squid and the Whale,” returns with this drama about a marriage’s dissolution, starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson.

“Last Christmas (Nov. 8)  Paul Feig’s romantic comedy stars Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding.

“Midway” (Nov. 8)  Roland Emmerich gives an action movie treatment to the pivotal World War II battle in the Pacific.

This image released by Lionsgate shows Ed Skrein, left, and Mandy Moore in a scene from “Midway,” in theaters on Nov. 8. (Reiner Bajo/Lionsgate via AP)

This image released by Lionsgate shows Aaron Eckhart as Lt. Commander Jimmy Doolittle in a scene from “Midway,” in theaters on Nov. 8. (Alan Markfield/Lionsgate via AP)

“Doctor Sleep” (Nov. 8)  An adaptation of Stephen King’s 2013 novel and a sequel to “The Shining,” with Ewan McGregor as Dan Torrance (the child in “The Shining”).

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Ewan McGregor in a scene from “Doctor Sleep,” in theaters on Nov. 8. (Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Ewan McGregor in a scene from “Doctor Sleep,” in theaters on Nov. 8. (Jessica Miglio/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

“Playing With Fire” (Nov. 8) John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key and John Leguizamo star in this comedy about a trio of firefighters who take in kids after rescuing them from a fire.

This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Keegan-Michael Key, from left, Finley Rose Slater, and John Cena in a scene from the comedy “Playing With Fire,” in theaters on Nov. 8. (Doane Gregory/Paramount Pictures via AP)

“Honey Boy” (Nov. 8) Shia LaBeouf wrote this film, directed by Alma Har’el and starring Lucas Hedges and LaBeouf, about his childhood.

“Ford v. Ferrari” (Nov. 15)  Matt Damon and Christian Bale star in James Mangold’s action-drama about automotive designer Carroll Shelby and race car driver Ken Miles’ battle to build a Ford that can beat Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans race.

This image released by 20th Century fox shows Christian Bale, right, and Matt Damon in a scene from “Ford v. Ferrari,” in theaters on Nov. 15. (Merrick Morton/20th Century Fox via AP)

This image released by 20th Century fox shows Christian Bale in a scene from “Ford v. Ferrari,” in theaters on Nov. 15. (Merrick Morton/20th Century Fox via AP)

“Charlie’s Angels” (Nov. 15)  Elizabeth Banks writes and directs this third “Charlie’s Angels” film, starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska.

This image released by Sony Pictures shows, from left, Ella Balinska, Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott in “Charlie’s Angels,” in theaters on Nov. 15. (Nadja Klier/Sony Pictures via AP)

This image released by Sony Pictures shows, from left, Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska and Elizabeth Banks in “Charlie’s Angels,” in theaters on Nov. 15. (Chiabella James/Sony Pictures via AP)

“Atlantics” (Nov. 15)  Mati Diop’s Cannes prize-winner is about a young Senegalese woman whose boyfriend disappears while migrating by sea to Spain.

“The Good Liar (Nov. 15)  Bill Condon’s conman drama, based on Nicholas Searle’s novel, stars Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren.

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Ian McKellen, left, and Helen Mirren in a scene from “The Good Liar,” in theaters on Nov. 15. (Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

“Frozen 2” (Nov. 22)  The much-anticipated animated sequel following the continuing adventures of Elsa, Anna and Olaf, six years after “Let it Go” became etched in the minds of millions of young girls and their parents.

This image released by Disney shows Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell, left, and Olaf, voiced by Josh Gad, in a scene from “Frozen 2,” in theaters on Nov. 22. (Disney via AP)

This image released by Disney shows Elsa, voiced by Idina Menzel, from left, Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell, and Kristoff, voiced by Jonathan Groff in a scene from “Frozen 2,” in theaters on Nov. 22. (Disney via AP)

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” (Nov. 22)  Marielle Heller’s drama follows the relationship between Mr. Rogers (Tom Hanks) and a visiting journalist (Matthew Rhys).

This image released by Sony Pictures shows Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers in a scene from “A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood,” in theaters on Nov. 22. (Lacey Terrell/Sony-Tristar Pictures via AP)

This image released by Sony Pictures shows Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers in a scene from “A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood,” in theaters on Nov. 22. (Lacey Terrell/Sony-Tristar Pictures via AP)

“21 Bridges” (Nov. 22)  Chadwick Boseman, playing a New York police detective, puts the city on lockdown to hunt a pair of cop killers.

This image released by STXfilms shows Chadwick Boseman in a scene from “21 Bridges,” in theaters on Nov. 22. (Matt Kennedy/STXfilms via AP)

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