Going for the Gold

The Sky Turns [October 26]
Filmmaker Mercedes Á returns to the Spanish village where no baby has been born since Á herself—30 years before.

Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten [November 2]
Absolute Beginners director Julien Temple celebrates the life of Joe Strummer, the influential frontman of the Clash.


December Boys
Lisa Tomasetti
December Boys

Ira & Abby [September 14]
Jennifer Westfeldt (Kissing Jessica Stein) wrote and co-stars with Chris Messina in this comedy about two strangers who meet and then marry almost immediately.

King of California [September 14]
A major role for Michael Douglas in Mike Cahill's comedy about an eccentric and his beleaguered daughter (Evan Rachel Wood), both digging for gold (literally).

Good Luck Chuck [September 21]
Dane Cook and Jessica Alba try to break one man's love curse.

Run, Fat Boy, Run [October 26]
David Schwimmer directs Simon Pegg, Thandie Newton, and Hank Azaria in a romantic comedy set during a marathon.

Finishing the Game [October 5]
Filmmaker Justin Lin follows up his terrific debut, Better Luck Tomorrow, with a spoof about actors desperate to become the "new Bruce Lee."

The Good Night [October 5]
Writer Jake Paltrow directs his sister Gwyneth in a film about a musician (Martin Freeman) chasing after the girl of his dreams (Penélope Cruz).

The Heartbreak Kid [October 5]
The Farrelly brothers re-team with Ben Stiller for a loose remake of the 1972 Neil Simon comedy about one man's honeymoon hell.

Nina's Heavenly Delights [October 5]
Bollywood comes to Scotland in a comedy featuring musical numbers and lots of curry.

Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married? [October 12]
Janet Jackson in Perry's latest romantic comedy.

Wristcutters: A Love Story [October 19]
Suicide is just the beginning for Almost Famous's Patrick Fugit in this festival circuit favorite.

Weirdsville [October 26]
Scott Speedman and Wes Bentley in a black comedy that was the big hit of the 2006 Slamdance Festival.

Fred Claus [November 9]
Vince Vaughn as Santa's repo man brother.

Margot at the Wedding [November 16]
Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Jason Leigh are feuding sisters and Jack Black the confused focus of their attentions in this dramedy from The Squid and the Whale's Noah Baumbach.

Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium[November 16]
Imagine Willy Wonka owning a toy store. Starring Dustin Hoffman and Natalie Portman.

Humans in Peril

The Brave One [September 14]
Jodie Foster as a New York radio host who becomes a vigilante. Directed by Neil Jordan.

The Last Winter [September 19]
Arctic chiller from Habit director Larry Fessenden.

Into the Wild [September 21]
In what could be a star-making role (at last), the amazing young actor Emile Hirsch stars in Sean Penn's adaptation of Jon Krakauer's bestselling book.

Michael Clayton [October 5]
George Clooney and Tilda Swinton in a legal thriller from writer-director Tony Gilroy.

Hitman [October 12]
Timothy Olyphant as a hired killer marked for death.

Gone Baby Gone [October 19]
Ben Affleck directs his brother Casey in this adaptation of a mystery by Mystic River novelist Dennis Lahane.

Saw IV [October 26]
Words fail us.

Beowulf [November 16]
Robert Zemeckis enlists Angelina Jolie, Anthony Hopkins, Ray Winston, and Crispin Glover for this computer-animated/live-action retelling of the epic poem.

The Mist [November 21]
Green Mile and Shawshank Redemption director Frank Darabont's dream project, a monsters- in-the-fog horror flick based on a terrific 1980 Stephen King novella. Starring Thomas Jane.

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