Each month, we preview a batch of movies coming soon by gathering up some of the trending trailers across the interweb. Here’s a look at the ones stirring a buzz this month.

Movies Coming Soon

Scroll below for movie titles, release dates and coming soon movie previews.

Happiest Season

Release date: Nov. 25

Happiest Season is your more modern, realistic holiday story. Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis star as Abby and Harper—a couple going home for the holidays—even though their family doesn’t know they’re a couple.

Super Intelligence

Release date: Nov. 26

Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale and James Corden teamed up for this comedy from screenwriter Steve Mallory. McCarthy plays Carol Peters, who believes her technology (James Corden) is plotting for world domination.

Queer Japan

Release date: Dec. 11

Queer Japan is a documentary from Graham Kolbeins about the LBGTQ+ community that is daring and defying social norms.

Pieces of a Woman

Release date: Dec. 30 (select theaters) | Jan. 7 (streaming)

Hungarian filmmaker Kornél Mundruczó directs Kata Wéber’s audacious screenplay about a couple’s struggle to cope after losing their child during labor. Pieces of a Woman co-stars Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf and hits theaters one week before streaming.

The Twentieth Century

Release date: Nov. 20

The Twentieth Century is a 2019 Canadian comedy-drama film written and directed by Matthew Rankin in his full-length directorial debut. Rankin fictionalizes the rise to power of former Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King—cleverly pulling inspiration from Guy Madden's films, as well as German Expressionism, 1940a melodrama, and wartime propaganda films.

Funny Boy

Release date: Dec. 10

Acclaimed director (and Oscar nominee) Deepa Mehta teams up with three-time Oscar-winning composer Howard Shore created the film score for Funny Boy. Watch the trailer below.

Halloween Kills

Release date: Oct. 15 (2021)

If you already can’t wait until next Halloween, we admire your loyalty to such a terrifying holiday. Start marking off your calendar for this one.


Dreamland stars Margot Robbie as an unlikely fugitive who is taken in by a town local with dreams of leaving it.

Release date: Nov. 13 (select theaters) | Nov. 17 (streaming)

Crazy, Not Insane

Why haven’t you murdered somebody? What is the difference between your brain and the brain of a killer? This amazing-looking doc unfolds an area of human psychology never tapped before.

Release date: Nov. 18

Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square

Yes, this movie does really belong in a league of its own. Fans of Dolly’s made-for-television classic, Kenny & Dolly: A Christmas to Remember, should be ecstatic about the Dolly Parton preview below.

Release date: Nov. 22


Movies are great because they introduce you to artists you might never have heard of. Then, on rare occasions, there are movies like Stardust — about an artist we've all heard of. Watch the preview for the upcoming David Bowie biopic below.

Release date: Nov. 25

The Midnight Sky

George Clooney plays a scientist racing to contact a crew of astronauts returning home to a mysterious global catastrophe. Oh yeah, Clooney is also the director behind BasedThe Midnight Sky. As you might recall, Clooney was nominated for Best Director for Good Night, Good Luck at the 79th Academy Awards.

Release date: Dec. 23

News of the World

Based on the 2016 novel of the same name by Paulette Jiles, News of the World stars Tom Hanks as Capt. Jefferson Kyle Kidd—a post-Civil War who meets a young girl taken by the Kiowa people years before and risks his life to travel across the country and take her home. Watch the full News of the World trailer below.

Release date: Dec. 25 (Christmas Day)

The White Tiger

The White Tiger is directed by Ramin Bahrani and adapted from Aravind Adiga’s 2008 novel of the same name. The film's exact release date has yet to be announced.

Release date: TBD

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