The days are beginning to get shorter, children are heading back to school, and the multiplexes are starting to fill up with high-profile releases eager to make headway with both audiences and awards groups. That's right, it's September.
Stephen King's 1986 tome about a group of friends forced to confront an old-world evil—which takes the form of a clown named Pennywise—gets a terrifying-looking adaptation courtesy of Mama director Andrés Muschietti.
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Jennifer Lawrence finds her domestic life with husband Javier Bardem upended by the arrival of unexpected guests in this Rosemary's Baby-esque thriller from Darren Aronofsky.
Michael Keaton takes a break from fighting Spider-Man in order to mentor Dylan O'Brien in the ways of counter-terrorism in this action-oriented effort.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
Matthew Vaughn's sequel to his 2014 hit appears to be a similarly ultra-violent effort, this time involving Taron Egerton's spy teaming up with his American espionage counterparts, led by Jeff Bridges and Channing Tatum.
The LEGO Ninjago Movie
Dave Franco voices a ninja who must deal with the fact that his evil nemesis is his dad (Justin Theroux) in this third installment in the LEGO-based animation series.
Ellen Page, Diego Luna, and Nina Dobrev lead a group of medical students in an experiment to see if the afterlife exists—by killing, and then reviving, each other—in this remake of the 1990 thriller.
The movie theater is about to become the place to be, so follow our advice for all your upcoming cinema-scheduling needs.
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Source: Esquire Entertainment