These Are the Top Five Movies Were Excited to See in Fall 2023

Although we’ve not recovered from the ecstasy and emotions of recently released movies like Barbie and Oppenheimer, the fall season promises even more action, horror, and superhero thrills. Several movies will be released in the coming months, but there are certain movies that we can’t wait to see on the silver screen. Here are five movies to see in fall 2023.

The Equalizer 3 (September 1)

If you saw the second “Equalizer” movie, you’ll agree that it had a good ending; that’s what makes us expect nothing but intriguing action and top-notch acting in this new installment.

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Director Antoine Fuqua and star Denzel Washington return for another go in this vigilante action thriller franchise based on the classic TV series of the same name. Washington reunites with his “Man on Fire” co-star Dakota Fanning this time, though we don’t know who her character will be yet.

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The Nun 2 (September 9)

The Conjuring Universe continues to expand as we get a sequel to the 2018 horror film “The Nun.” In case you didn’t see the first part, it starred Taissa Farmiga as a young nun who comes face-to-face with the demon Valak at her convent. 

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The second film occurs four years later, as Farmiga’s Sister Irene encounters Valak again after a priest is murdered. Bonnie Aarons, who portrayed Valak, is the only star currently attached to the film. So we can’t be sure if Taissa will also return to reprise her role.

Saw X (September 29)

Can we ever get enough of the “Saw” movies? No, we simply can’t. Just in time for Halloween, we’re getting another installment. Kevin Greutert, who directed 2009’s “Saw VI” and 2010’s “Saw 3D”, is serving another film this September.

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“Saw X” is the tenth installment in the franchise. Although we don’t know anything about the story, we do know that Tobin Bell’s Jigsaw will appear in the film. If you’ve been following the lore of the series thus far, that should be an interesting development.

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (November 17)

You might be surprised to see “The Hunger Games” on this list. Well, just think of this as the prequel. It’s not new for producers to release the end before the beginning.

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Franchise vet Francis Lawrence returns to direct this Hunger Games prequel based on the novel of the same name by Suzanne Collins. The story primarily follows a young Coriolanus Snow and his involvement in the Hunger Games as a game-changing mentor years before the events of the original series.

Rebel Moon (December 22 on Netflix)

After the success of “Army of the Dead”, Zack Snyder’s next project for Netflix is this space epic based on an original story of Snyder’s. Starring actors Charlie Hunnam, Sofia Boutella, and Michiel Huisman, we just know it’s going to be stellar.

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The story centers on a peaceful colony threatened by a tyrant. The colony then sends a young woman to neighboring planets to recruit an army. The film is scheduled for a limited theatrical release before it streams on Netflix.

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