Autumn is traditionally the time of horror films for Halloween, but this season will be full of great shows. James Bond returns in “Spectre” (November 6), “The Hunger Games” come to an end with “Mockingjay – Part 2 “(Nov. 20) and” Star Wars: the awakening of force “coming from a distant galaxy (December 18). below is a selection of the most anticipated releases in the coming months: SEPTEMBER ” Sicario “( September 18) – Emily Blunt gloomy thriller starring Denis Villeneuve on the drug war on the border of Mexico and the United States. “Black Mass” (September 18) – Johnny Depp plays the role of Whitey Bulger, the mobster Boston inspired the role of Jack Nicholson in “the Departed” in the absorbing story of a crime in real life.
“The Walk” (September 30) – the French high wire artist Philippe Petit, whose route between the Twin Towers in 1974 inspired the 2008 documentary “Man on Wire”, receives a deal 3D Robert Zemeckis, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the main actor. OCTOBER “Steve Jobs” (October 9) – Danny Boyle directs the script Aaron Sorkin on the life of Apple co-founder, played by Michael Fassbender. “Truth” (Oct. 16) – a stellar cast led by Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford is immersed in scandal for CBS News report on chain service of President George W. Bush’s Vietnam. “Bridge of Spies” (October 16) – Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks meet for the fourth time in a thriller of espionage in the Cold War on the negotiated release of a American pilot dejected in the Soviet Union. NOVEMBER “Spotlight” (November 6) – Thomas McCarthy dramatizes how the Boston Globe discovered the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church in a series of reports awarded the Pulitzer Prize. “by the Sea “(November 13) – Angelina Jolie acts with her husband Brad Pitt in his third film as a director, marital drama set in France in the 70’s ” the Good Dinosaur “(November 25) – Pixar returns with his second animated film of the year, a story about a dinosaur and a child in a scenario in which the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs never hit Earth. DECEMBER “Joy” (Dec. 25) – the most recent family drama of David O. Russell who meets with Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro. It also acts Venezuelan Edgar Ramirez. “The Hateful Eight” (December 25) – Quentin Tarantino western dismissed this winter after his script was leaked online. He eventually surrendered and released, but at first only in theaters that projected film in 70mm. “The Revenant” (December 25) – A year after his triumph at the Oscars, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu is back with this crude western starring Leonardo DiCaprio.