8 Biggest Movies Coming to Theaters This Fall
Will we even have time to watch all of them?
2023 has seen plenty of premieres like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Oppenheimer, and Barbie, but it appears there's a lot more to go.
Here are eight of this fall's biggest releases.
Pain Hustlers (October 20th)
Directed by David Yates of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts fame, this star-studded premiere will only play in select theaters before its release on Netflix. Starring Emily Blunt, Chris Evans and Catherine O'Hara, the movie revolves around a single mom who gets a job at a pharmacy and inadvertently finds herself in the middle of a criminal scheme.
Killers of the Flower Moon (October 20th)
Led by Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, this historical drama follows the events of the 1920s and '30s when many Native Americans were mysteriously killed. This exploration of post-colonialism is one of the year's top Oscar contenders.
Priscilla (November 3d)
In recent years, biopics have become a staple of Hollywood. This year has already seen Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer. Now, a picture dedicated to Elvis Presley's wife Priscilla and their controversial romance is on its way.
The Holdovers (November 10th)
This indie-ish film may be less anticipated than the others on this list, but it's one of the major Oscar nominees of the year. Following a grumpy teacher and several of his hectic students stranded on a school campus on Christmas Eve, this comedy-drama is ambient and poignant – perfect for an autumn evening.
The Marvels (November 10th)
Another Marvel premiere of the year, this is the second big-screen installment in Captain Marvel's leg of the MCU. Starring Brie Larson, Iman Vellani, and Teyonah Parris, this film will take us on a cosmic journey with the beloved characters who suddenly became inextricably linked to one another.
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (November 17th)
The highly anticipated prequel to The Hunger Games franchise will reintroduce us to the world we so enjoyed exploring over the past decade, as well as add Peter Dinklage and Viola Davis to the universe.
Trolls Band Together (November 17th)
A new installment of the hit DreamWorks animated musical, this film will see our beloved characters embark on a new adventure to save their families and friends. Of course, expect a ton of new music!
Wish (November 22d)
Disney has made a few splashes this year with The Little Mermaid and Elemental. But the studio has more premieres up its sleeve. Set in the magical Kingdom of Rosas, this animated picture will follow Asha, accompanied by a star and a goat, in her standoff with the kingdom's seemingly nice but vicious ruler.