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.

Jungleland

Charlie Hunnam stars in this raw-looking movie about a boxer and his brother traveling across the country for one last fight.

Release date: Nov. 6

Uncle Frank

Writer and director Alan Ball presents this story of an NYU student who gets to know her Uncle Frank, a professor at the university who has been hiding his life from his family for years.

Release date: Nov. 25

Mank

From David Fincher (The Social Network) comes the story of timeless but alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish one of the foundational faces on Hollywood’s Mt. Roosevelt, Citizen Kane. Watch the Mank trailer, starring Gary Oldman, below.

Release date: Dec. 4

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Based on Pulitzer Prize-winning August Wilson’s play and directed by George C. Wolfe, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom stars Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman, and highlights the historic exploitation of Black recording artists by white producers.

Release date: Dec. 18

Soul

Directed by Academy Award winner Pete Docter (Inside Out, Up) and starring the voice of Jamie Foxx, Soul is a middle school jazz teacher’s magical and unexpected journey to answer some of life's tougher questions. Watch the new trailer for Soul below.

Release date: Dec. 25 (Christmas Day)

Related: Animation Lessons from Pete Docter

Blackpink: Light Up the Sky

A behind-the-scenes look at one of the most successful groups in K-pop history.

Release date: Oct. 14

Totally Under Control

This uncomforting look at how our executive branch “handled” threats of COVID-19 before its outbreak in the U.S.

Release dates: Oct. 13 (On-Demand), Oct. 20 (Hulu)

White Noise

Also a documentary, White Noise dives into the life of alt-right political influencers.

Release date: Oct. 21

The Witches

Oscar-winning actors Anne Hathaway and Octavia Spencer square off in this charming-looking flick.

Release date: Oct. 22

Bad Hair

Jaws made people afraid of sharks. Will Bad Hair do the same for salon appointments?

Release date: Oct. 23

Fatman

Mel Gibson brings one of the more clever spins on Santa Claus in recent memory. Merry Christmas.

Release date: Nov. 13

Hillbilly Elegy

This looks like it could be a spectacular performance from Amy Adams in this reinterpretation of J. D. Vance’s memoir.

Release Date: TBD (sometime in November)

Luxor

Have you ever fallen in love with a place and felt forced to go back? Luxor explores that very question.

Release date: Dec 4

Black Bear

Aubrey Plaza co-produced and stars in this comedy-drama-thriller about a manic filmmaker.

Release date: Dec. 4

Free Guy

Does Tron meet The Truman Show in this new Ryan Reynolds? We have no idea. That's why we’re asking you.

Release date: Dec. 11

News of the World

Tom Hanks already threw down in World War II this year (Greyhound). Let’s see how he fares in post-Civil War Texas.

Release date: Dec. 25

I Carry You With Me (Te Llevo Conmigo)

An amazing-looking love story about two boys who estrange from Mexico to New York, sacrificing everything they have to be together.

Release date: Jan. 8, 2021


Save Yourselves!

This movie was truly written for 2020 and was an official Sundance selection. Save Yourselves! tells the love slash apocalypse story of Jack and Su.

Release date: Oct. 2

The Trial of the Chicago 7

The new trailer for Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming film is goosebump-worthy. Give it a look.

Release date: Oct. 16

Small Axe Anthology

From 12 Years a Slave filmmaker Steve McQueen comes this collection of films spotlighting ordinary people showing un-ordinary courage in their West Indian community.

Release date: Nov. 20

The Croods: A New Age

Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, and Ryan Reynolds star in an animated movie together. There’s no punchline here—that’s just the introduction for the next movie preview and the second installment of The Croods. (Rating: PG)

Release date: Nov. 25

Supernova

Of all the movies coming soon, Supernova looks like it could be one of 2020’s biggest tearjerkers.

Release date: Nov. 27

Persian Lessons

In occupied France during 1942—a Jewish prisoner’s life becomes dependant on the lie that he’s actually Persian.

Release date: Feb. 22, 2021


Added on Oct. 15, 2020\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.

Save Yourselves!

This movie was truly written for 2020 and was an official Sundance selection. Save Yourselves! tells the love slash apocalypse story of Jack and Su.

Release date: Oct. 2

The Trial of the Chicago 7

The new trailer for Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming film is goosebump-worthy. Give it a look.

Release date: Oct. 16

Small Axe Anthology

From 12 Years a Slave filmmaker Steve McQueen comes this collection of films spotlighting ordinary people showing un-ordinary courage in their West Indian community.

Release date: Nov. 20

The Croods: A New Age

Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, and Ryan Reynolds star in an animated movie together. There’s no punchline here—that’s just the introduction for the next movie preview and the second installment of The Croods. (Rating: PG)

Release date: Nov. 25

Supernova

Of all the movies coming soon, Supernova looks like it could be one of 2020’s biggest tearjerkers.

Release date: Nov. 27

Persian Lessons

In occupied France during 1942—a Jewish prisoner’s life becomes dependant on the lie that he’s actually Persian.

Release date: Feb. 22, 2021


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