47 Meters Down (Sept. 12)
Mandy Moore and Claire Holt learn that diving with sharks is a potentially deadly entertainment when, during an underwater expedition, a wire to their protecting enclosure breaks, promulgation them to a bottom of a predator-infested ocean.
Transformers: The Last Knight (Sept. 12)
Mark Wahlberg once again teams adult with a Autobots to frustrate a ominous immorality in this fifth installment in a long-running franchise, that also manages to combine a King Arthur fable and WWII into a overarching mythology.
Baby Driver (Sept. 12)
A getaway motorist (Ansel Elgort) who moves to a kick of his possess iPod finds himself in prohibited H2O with his rapist cohorts in Edgar Wright’s neat and stylish low-pitched bank-robber saga, that co-stars Kevin Spacey, Jamie Fox, Jon Bernthal, and Jon Hamm.
The House (Sept. 12)
Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler confirm to lift income for their daughter’s college fee by opening an bootleg casino in their suburban groundwork in this R-rated comedy.
Pirates of a Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Sept. 19)
Johnny Depp earnings nonetheless again as Captain Jack Sparrow in this fifth section in a high-seas saga, that this time around has him followed by an aged undead nemesis (Javier Bardem).
Killing Gunther (Sept. 22)
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s mythological murderer is targeted for genocide by some of his possess veteran rivals—to nonsensical results—in this action-comedy from Saturday Night Live alum Taran Killam.
City of Ghosts (Sept. 26)
Cartel Land executive Matthew Heineman’s latest documentary is one of a year’s many harrowing releases—an up-close-and-personal demeanour during a citizen reporters perplexing to request a horrors of ISIS in their collateral city of Raqqa, Syria.
The Beguiled (Sept. 26)
A bleeding combine infantryman (Colin Farrell) becomes a guest during an all-girls boarding school—run by Nicole Kidman, and populated by Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning—where his participation causes sexualized difficulty in Sofia Coppola’s argent hothouse drama.