19 best movies coming out this fall

19 Best Movies Coming out this Fall 2020

Many people have been catching up on their favorite shows and checking out new content in this pandemic. But there comes a time when people get bored of rewatching and want to watch something new.

While this pandemic has stopped the kind of movie rollout we would have seen in general situations; it has not stopped it altogether. There are new movies that are getting released in theatres and on streaming services even now. If you want to get a list of the best movies coming out this fall, then keep scrolling.

19 Best Movies Coming out this Fall 2020

1. Death on the Nile

Release Date: October 23

Kenneth Branagh returns to the Hercule Poirot universe after giving everyone the star-studded 2017 movie “Murder on the Orient Express.” This time Poirot has to find the killer on a cruise ship. Also, the killer may or may not be part of a steamy love triangle.

Armie Hammer, Gal Gadot, Letitia Wright, Russell Brand, Annette Bening, and more are a part of this stellar cast and one of the Best Movies Coming out this Fall.


2. Mulan

Release Date: September 4 on Disney Plus

This highly anticipated live-action adaptation of the beloved Disney animated classic is finally here. The movie follows the titular heroine as she overcomes adversities on the road to glory.

Whether you would much rather rewatch the animated movie with the songs and the dragon or go for the live-action with a new spin is up to you. But on its own, the movie is strong with great fight sequences and a fantastic performance by lead Liu Yifei.


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3. Tenet

Release Date: September 3

Christopher Nolan’s latest time-bending movie is already being hailed as one of the Best Movies Coming out this Fall.

Starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, and more in important roles, this movie tracks John Davis Washington’s CIA agent as he races to save the world by manipulating time.


4. The Devil All the Time

Release Date: September 16 on Netflix

The trailer of this movie made waves when it was first dropped on the internet. From then on, it has enraptured audiences and debuted to stellar reviews.

The all-star cast includes names like Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Riley Keough, Bill Skarsgård, Sebastian Stan, etc. Based on the same name’s novel, director Antonio Campos tells a tale of sins like no other.


5. Antebellum

Release Date: September 18

Antebellum is the latest in the line of horror offerings. Starring Janelle Monáe, Antebellum is here to explore the genre differently.

The movie follows Monáe’s successful author, who suddenly finds herself miserably trapped on a hellish slave plantation. Now she has to escape.


6. Soul

Release Date: November 20

This beautiful Pixar film is about a musician (played by Jamie Foxx) whose soul and body gets separated. The quest is to find out how to bring the two together and what he learns about life in the way.


7. Kajillionaire

Release Date: September 25

Starring Evan Rachel Wood and Gina Rodriguez, among others, this movie is about finding oneself. Miranda July brings her unique storytelling twist into a heist genre.

Evan Rachel Wood shines as the perfect daughter of grifters (Richard Jenkins and Debra Winger). But when she gets tired of the ways, she begins exploring who she is.


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8. Ammonite

Release Date: November 13

This LGBT movie showcases the romantic relationship between two accomplished women. It stars Kate Winslet as Mary Anning, who was a paleontologist, and Saorise Ronan as Charlotte Murchison, who was a geologist.


9. The Forty-Year-Old Version

Release Date: October 9 on Netflix

Radha Blank has directed, written, and starred in this movie about a woman who wants to be successful by 40. When that doesn’t pan out and her dreams of becoming a playwright go down the drains, she becomes rapper RadhaMUSPrime to reinvent herself.


10. The Broken Hearts Gallery

Release Date: September 11

Are you tired of this sad pandemic? Then this fun little rom-com will be right up your alley. Starring Geraldine Vishwanathan (Bad Education, Blockers) and executive produced by beloved Selena Gomez, this movie will heal your heart.

After undergoing a breakup, Geraldine’s 20-something woman decides to open a pop-up gallery filled with keepsakes from her old relationships. It then becomes a gallery for the brokenhearted.


11. Black Widow

Release Date: November 6

The most anticipated MCU movie right now, Black Widow, marks the return of Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff. In her standalone movie, Natasha is brought face-to-face with her past. This movie is set between the period of “Civil War” and “Avengers: Infinity War.” This one is for sure the most anticipated of all the Best Movies Coming out this Fall.

It also stars David Harbour, Rachel Weisz, and Florence Pugh.


12. No Time to Die

Release Date: November 20

This is Daniel Craig’s last hurrah as James Bond. In this finale, Bond is on the verge of retiring and walking away from killing. But he will have to come back to help someone from his past.


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13. Let Him Go

Release Date: November 6

Starring Diane Lane and Kevin Costner, this thriller follows the duo as they try to find their grandson after their only son’s unnatural death. The catch is that their grandson is living a different life with an off-the-grid family.


14. I’m Thinking of Ending Things

Release Date: September 4 on Netflix

Directed by Charlie Kaufman, this movie follows Jessie Buckley’s character as she meets her boyfriend’s (Jesse Plemons) parents at their isolated farm. Things get creepy, and it leads the woman to question her deeds.


15. Happiest Season

Release Date: November 25

If you want to get ready for wholesome Christmas feels, this comedy will help you start.

Mackenzie Davis and Kristen Stewart star as a lesbian couple who go to a family fun holiday party. But there are two obstacles to fun and happiness- one is that the family is conservative, and two is that one of the pair is still closeted.


16. Barbershop

Release Date: September 1

Starring Ice Cube, this dramedy is about the lives and loves of the different kinds of customers and workers who inhabit a little barbershop located in southern Chicago.

Apart from Ice Cube, this cast includes names like Cedric the Entertainer, Keith David, and Anthony Anderson.


17. Deep Water

Release Date: November 13

Starring Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck, this thriller is about a married duo who begins playing mind games with each other. Why? Just because they are sick of each other. The result? A lot of death around them.


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18. Adrift

Release Date: September 1

This a story of survival and love. Sam Claflin and Shailene Woodley essay a powerful love story of a couple who gets stranded in a broken boat with no radio. Adrift for sure tops the list of the Best Movies Coming out this Fall.


19. Anaconda

Release Date: September 1

We all love watching and rewatching Jurassic Park, but Anaconda is one of those underrated adventure franchises that deserve more love.

Starring Ice Cube, Jennifer Lopez, Eric Stoltz, and Owen Wilson, this late 1990s movie tells a ragtag documentary crew heading to the Amazon river to look for an indigenous tribe lost to time. On the way, they pick up a suspicious snake hunter who misleads them on another more dangerous search for a gigantic snake.

Don’t forget to bring some popcorn while watching Best Movies Coming out this Fall!

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