Bruce Willis takes up the vigilante role made famous by Charles Bronson for Eli Roth’s reboot of Death Wish that seems to be completely missing the point of, at least the first, Death Wish.
After being MIA since Age of Ultron, Thor and Hulk are back and have to team up for an intergalactic mission to stop Hela, the Norse goddess of death, from destroying Asgard and unleashing Ragnorak aka the end of the world.
Steppenwolf arrives on Earth with an army of parademons and designs to conquer the planet, forcing Batman and Wonder Woman to recruit a team of fellow heroes to defend the planet in this fall’s massive DCEU team-up, Justice League.
After settling their beef in the first film, dads Brad and Dusty (Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg) are looking forward to one big family Christmas but their dads (John Lithgow and Mel Gibson) are coming to town and hijinks will ensue in Daddy’s Home 2.
Kenneth Branagh stars and directs a new version of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery where her legendary detective Hercule Poirot must figure out which passenger committed a Murder on the Orient Express.
Call of Duty returns to it’s roots with Call of Duty: WWII, where you’ll be put in the boots of a member of the 1st Infantry Division during the invasion of Europe during World War 2, including taking part in D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge.
Thor loses Mjolnir and has to journey into space to find some way to stop Hela (Cate Blanchett) from destroying Asgard but he gets waylaid and ends up in a gladiator arena against his old buddy…the Incredible Hulk, in November’s Thor: Ragnorak.
Batman and Wonder Woman assemble Aquaman, The Flash and Cyborg to join them in forming the Justice League and stop an intergalactic threat to Earth this November.
Trying to be like his hero, a legendary guitarist, a young boy named Coco tries to play his guitar but ends up in the Land of the Dead in this fall’s offering from Pixar.