- Pete's Dragon (September 7)
Based on the 1977 Disney musical, Pete's Dragon tells the story of an orphan boy who grew up in the woods and his best-est friend in the world, Elliott the dragon.
- Morgan (September 7)
A remote top-secret location, artificial intelligence gone rogue, humans who bit off more than they could chew—file this one under movies to watch if you liked Alicia Vikander’s Ex Machina.
- Sully (September 8)
On January 5, 2009, US Captain "Sully" Sullenberger saved the lives of 155 passengers by crash-landing his disabled plane on the Hudson River. But after his heroic feat, he becomes the center of a potentially career-destroying investigation. They say no good deed goes unpunished, and it seems like Captain Sully knows this all too well.
- Imperium (September 14)
Daniel Radcliffe pretends to join the dark side in his latest movie as an undercover FBI agent infiltrating a white supremacist group. Dan Rad—still fighting the good fight wherever he goes.
- Bridget Jones’s Baby (September 14)
It's been 12 years since Bridget Jones made us laugh with her crazy yet relatable adventures, and now she's back with two gorgeous men (hello, Colin Firth and McDreamy!) and an even bigger problem.
- Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (September 14)
Adam Devine and Zac Efron attempt to out-party Anna Kendrick and Aubrey Plaza at a wedding—umm, where can we RSVP?
- Blair Witch (September 21)
If you liked the original Blair Witch Project, you’d better save the date for this sequel.
- The Magnificent Seven (September 21)
Chris Pratt from Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World, also known for his hair-braiding skills, attempts to save the day again with a bunch of do-gooder outlaws.
- Storks (September 22)
Andy Samberg voices a hard-working, soon-to-be-promoted delivery stork who suddenly finds himself responsible for delivering a baby girl to the right family. Too cute!
- Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (September 28)
Embrace your peculiarity and watch Ransom Riggs's enchanting story come to life on the big screen.