It’s the end of summer and that means a lot of things. It means vacations are over, school is back in session, and it’s time to get ready for winter. But one thing a lot of people don’t think about when summer ends is how many movies will be released! More than a dozen films will be out this September alone, but not all of them have big names attached to them. Here are some movies you can look forward to this fall:
Jack Reacher 2
Some films out this fall have big-name stars attached to them, such as Tom Cruise (Jack Reacher) and Liam Neeson (Operation Finale). At the same time, there are a lot of movies coming out that don’t. For example, Death Wish is about an older man who becomes a vigilante after his family is attacked by criminals. It’s directed by Eli Roth, known for horror flicks like Hostel and Cabin Fever; it also has Bruce Willis starring in what might be one of his final roles before retirement. The Snowman features Michael Fassbender playing Detective Harry Hole investigating a serial killer named “The Snowman.” This thriller was adapted from Jo Nesbø’s novel of the same name – a series that has been translated into more than 40 languages.
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