December kicks off with true-life legal drama Dark Waters and the first theatrical movie ever from the venerable Playmobil brand of toys.
Knives Out and Queen & Slim are out to try and counter-program against the Frozen II juggernaut over the holiday weekend.
Frozen II arrives to dominate the box office while Mr. Rogers biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Chadwick Boseman starring cop thriller 21 Bridges open this weekend as well.
Potential Oscar contender Ford vs Ferrari is out this weekend along with the new Elizabeth Banks directed Charlie’s Angels and a Helen Mirren/Ian McKellan team-up with The Good Liar.
Halloween is over but Doctor Sleep is still bringing the horror this weekend while the holidays get started with Last Christmas, Roland Emmerich puts his spin on the Battle of Midway and John Cena deals with a bunch of rowdy kids in Playing with Fire.
November kicks off with the return of Terminator (and Linda Hamilton) in Terminator: Dark Fate along with 3 other new releases.
The critically acclaimed The Lighthouse opens wide this weekend alongside three new releases: Countdown, Black and Blue and The Current War: Director’s Cut.
A pair of sequels battles it out this weekend but Zombieland: Double Tap has the edge over Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, at least according to the critics.
Seemingly not the best weekend for new movies in theaters as both Gemini Man and The Addams Family are Rotten according to critics and Jexi was not even shown to critics to review.
October kicks off with Joaquin Phoenix stepping into the iconic role of The Joker in Todd Phillips’s new spin on the origin of the infamous Batman villain.