Guillermo Del Toro is back behind the camera four years after his Academy Award-winning film The Shape of Water hit theaters for the dark noir story Nightmare Alley, based on the 1946 book of the same name by William Lindsay Gresham, which hits theaters in December.
Adapting his own novel, Michael Crichton wrote and directed the historical heist movie The Great Train Robbery, where Sean Connery and Donald Sutherland scheme to rob a massive gold shipment from the train that is used to transport it monthly to the soldiers fighting the Crimean War in 1855.
Netflix and Prime Video both have teen slashers streaming this coming October with an I Know What You Did Last Summer TV show on Prime Video and There’s Someone Inside Your House coming to Netflix, both produced by James Wan.
Former assassin turned art professor Jonathan Hemlock is forced back into action when his large collection of paintings is threatened to be revealed to the IRS and he agrees to two final “sanctions” against the men responsible for the death of an old friend and fellow agent, one of the sanctions sending him up the north face of the Eiger mountain in Switzerland.
Locke & Key returns just in time for Halloween in October with Season 2 as the Locke siblings learn more about the power of the keys and the secrets of Keyhouse while battling the demonic threat of Dodge/Echo.
While visiting New York City with his kids, Clint Barton sees reports of his dark alter ego Ronin running around and finds 22-year-old archery prodigy Kate Bishop, who dreams of being a superhero. The archery duo teams up to take on a threat from Clint’s past in the upcoming Disney+ MCU series Hawkeye, arriving in November.
Shang-Chi remained strong in its second weekend and held onto the number #1 slot at the box office while Malignant became the third recent HBO Max/theatrical hybrid release to vastly underperform compared to expectations going into the weekend.