As the holiday season begins, there’s some huge blockbusters like Thor: Ragnorak and Justice League along with Christmas comedies like A Bad Moms Christmas and Daddy’s Home 2, the latest from Pixar and more.
Hulu brings Brian K. Vaughn’s teenage Marvel superheroes to Hulu in November as the Runaways find out their parents are supervillains called The Pride and escape to try and figure out some way to stop them.
Netflix and Steven Soderbergh (and screenwriter Scott Frank) team up for a new limited Western drama called Godless, where Jeff Daniels plays a ruthless gang leader who sets his sights on a town called La Belle inhabited solely by women after all the men died in horrific mine accident.
The (most likely) final trailer for Justice League is here fresh from NYCC and while there’s a bunch of new footage, the general vibe is the same as Batman and Wonder Woman have to gather a team of heroes to defend the Earth from an alien threat.
A viral outbreak occurs at a law firm that causes everyone inside to act on their worst, base impulses and recently fired Derek Cho (Steven Yeun) and disgruntled client Melanie Cross (Samara Weaving) take the opportunity to get revenge on the executives in the upcoming Mayhem.
Coming to Hulu next month from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, Future Man stars Josh Hutcherson as a lowly janitor/gamer who is recruited by soldiers from the future because of his video game prowess to help them save humanity.
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars as Agatha Christie’s famous detective Hercule Poirot in the upcoming remake of Murder on the Orient Express.
Cult legend Takashi Miike is back for his 100th film, which is an adaptation of the manga series Blade of the Immortal where a samurai named Manji is cursed with immortality until he kills enough evil men.
Toho delivers it’s first ever animated Godzilla movie with Godzilla: Monster Planet, set in the far off future where Godzilla and other Kaiju have taken over the Earth and a group of human survivors return from space to take back the planet and get revenge.
Based on a true story, Jessica Chastain plays Molly Bloom, who ran some of the most high stakes, illegal poker games ever until she was arrested by the FBI, in the directorial debut of Aaron Sorkin, Molly’s Game.