15 Movies To Look Forward To Coming In Fall 2018

This past summer has given us some amazing movies that kept us entertained on super hot summer days. However, the lineup for movies coming this fall makes us more and more excited for the leaf falling season. From movie genres of Sci-Fi, Superhero, Comedy, Drama, and of course – Horror in time for Halloween. Here is a list of movies that we can’t wait to see this fall!

1. ‘The Nun’ (September 7th)


Although The Nun is pushing between the summer and fall seasons, it is no questioning it is still the perfect timing for fall. With it all starting from the famous and successful “The Conjuring” franchise, we’re excited to see what James Wan has in store for us with this film.

2. ‘Venom’ (October 5th)


Marvel fans have been really basking in all the glory from Black Panther to Avengers: Infinity War being box office successes and being great films themselves, they have another film to look forward to starring Tom Hardy as the Anti-hero Marvel Character, Venom.

3. ‘A Star Is Born’ (October 5th)


This film seemed to be in the production process since forever but finally, you can catch Lady Gaga in her film debut in this classic Romance/Drama film alongside Bradley Cooper.


4. ‘First Man’ (October 12th)


Ryan Gosling plays the real-life astronaut Neal Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon in this biopic film directed by La La Land Director Damien Chazelle.

5. ‘Goosebumps 2’ (October 12th)


To stay in the spirit of Halloween but in a family-friendly way, Goosebumps 2 is a more silly approach to the Halloween holiday. R.L. Stine’s characters that haunted you as a kid will be shown on the big screen.

6. ‘Beautiful Boy’ (October 12th)


Timothee Chalament has really been taken over the film industry since his major breakout roles in Call Me by Your Name and Lady Bird. Here, Chalament stars alongside Steve Carell in this heartbreaking film on a teenager who is addicted to drugs while his father figures out how it all went wrong in the first place.


7. ‘Halloween’ (October 19th)


The classic cult film is back but this time, its completely avoiding all of the other sequels and going straight into 40 years after that first Halloween night in 1978 with Jamie Lee Curtis reprising her role as Laurie Strode, the main protagonist to finally take down Michael Meyers.

8. ‘The Hate U Give’ (October 19th)


The adaptation of the best selling young adult novel by Angie Thomas that tackles the current climate of police brutality among people of color. Amanda Lastenberg witnesses her friend shot and killed by a police officer and does not rest until justice is served for him and her community.

9. ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ (November 2nd)


There have been multiple different adaptations of The Nutcracker for years and years. However, Disney’s newest version gives the film a family yet a dark film that puts a twist on the original plot.


10. ‘Suspiria’ (November 2nd)


This eerie, creepy remake of the original from 1977, starring Dakota Fanning and Call Me by Your Name director Luca Guadagnino, fans are extremely excited to see what this mysterious, horror film has in store for audiences when it hits theaters.

11. ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch’ (November 9th)


Classic holiday film for the entire family and we’re more than excited to hear Benedict Cumberbatch release his inner Grinch.

12. ‘The Girl In The Spider’s Web’ (November 9th)


Claire Foy’s transition into Lisbeth Slander is not only marvelous but the plot and its action sequences from the trailer can leave you in awe and pure excitement. Especially for the fans of the novel.


13. ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2’ (November 21st)


The dynamic duo of Ralph and Vanellope has finally returned – and on the internet. Look out for some cameos of Disney princesses and some stormtroopers!

14. ‘Aquaman’ (December 21st)


DC Comics has been struggling when it comes to Marvel in the film department but there’s no doubt that this film starring Jason Momoa as Aquaman in his own standalone movie that we thought we’d never get… until we saw Jason Momoa in Justice League. 


15. ‘Welcome To Marwen’


Steve Carrell yet again starring in this drama biopic on the life of Mark Hopencamp who survived a terrible attack from a group of Nazis, he takes his art into building a World War ll-era Belgian town in his backyard with dolls. This is definitely bound to be a real tear-jerker, bring your tissues.

What movie ARE YOU excited to see this fall?

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