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Film TOSEE What’s showing in theaters OCTOBER


The Birth of a Nation Bearing the same name as


D.W. Griffith’s 1915 film, the directorial debut from actor Nate Parker is based around the life of a slave who led a rebellion against white slave owners in 1831. à Dir. Nate Parker. 2016. R. Parker, Armie Hammer, Aja Naomi King. Opens Oct 7.


The Accountant A math savant and CPA (Ben


Affleck) moonlights as an accountant for criminal organizations—and attracts the eye of the U.S. government. à Dir. Gavin O’Connor. 2016. R. Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons. Opens Oct 14.


Ouija: Origin of Evil The prequel to 2014’s adaptation


of the spooky parlor game takes the scares back to the ’60s, when an evil spirit possesses a young girl after she uses the Ouija board. à Dir. Mike Flanagan. 2016. PG-13. Elizabeth Reaser, Annalise Basso. Opens Oct 21.


Inferno In the latest sequel to The Da


Vinci Code, Tom Hanks returns to save the world from a biological attack, with help from Felicity Jones to piece together hidden clues in classic literature and art. à Dir. Ron Howard. 2016. PG-13. Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones. Opens Oct 28.


Rings Despite the fact that nobody


owns a VCR anymore, the horror franchise about a videotape that kills its viewers continues in this


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sequel, set 13 years after The Ring. à Dir. F. Javier Gutiérrez. 2016. Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe, Johnny Galecki. Opens Oct 28.


NOVEMBER


Doctor Strange A surgeon gifted with mystical,


reality-shifting powers is the star of Marvel’s trippiest comic-book film to date, with mind-bending Inception-style visuals. à Dir. Scott Derrickson. 2016. PG-13. Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tilda Swinton. Opens Nov 4.


Moana A young girl and the South


Pacific demigod Maui set off in search of a fabled island in


Disney’s latest animated film, with soundtrack contributions from Hamilton creator Lin- Manuel Miranda. à Dirs. Ron Clements and John Musker. 2016. Voices of Dwayne Johnson, Auli’i Cravalho. Opens Nov 23.


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La La Land Mia (Emma Stone) is a barista-


meets-aspiring-actress and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) is a struggling jazz musician. The two fall in love in L.A., and only success can tear them and our hearts apart in this musical tale. à Dir. Damien Chazelle. 2016. PG-13. Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, J.K. Simmons. Opens Dec 2.


Rogue One: A Star


Wars Story This pre–A New Hope story finds the Rebels attempting to steal plans for the Death Star. Expect plenty of space-opera hallmarks: Stormtroopers, Imperial walkers and the return of Darth Vader. à Dir. Gareth Edwards. 2016. Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Ben Mendelsohn. Opens Dec 16.


Assassin’s Creed The time-hopping fight between


Assassins and Templars jumps from video-game consoles to the silver screen with serious talent to ground its Spanish Inquisition


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and modern-day sci-fi settings. à Dir. Justin Kurzel. 2016. Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons. Opens Dec 21.


Sing Celebrities covering pop songs—


so hot right now—gets animated as anthropomorphized animals hold a singing competition to save a theater from certain doom. à Dir. Garth Jennings. 2016. PG. Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane. Opens Dec 21.


The Space Between Us Teen romance and space


colonization collide as the first human born on Mars travels to Earth and grapples with love, gravity and an overprotective space agency. à Dir. Peter Chelsom. 2016. PG-13. Asa Butterfield, Britt Robertson, Gary Oldman. Opens Dec 21.


A Monster Calls An imaginative young boy


conjures up a storytelling monster as he struggles to cope with his mother’s terminal cancer and school-yard bullies. à Dir. J. A. Bayona. 2016. PG-13. Lewis MacDougall, Sigourney Weaver, Liam Neeson. Opens Dec 23.


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them


The Harry Potter franchise continues with this prequel, which jumps back to the ’20s and follows “magizoologist” Newt


Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) as he travels to New York City and accidentally unleashes some dangerous magical creatures.


à Dir. David Yates. 2016. PG-13. Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Colin Farrell. Opens Nov 18.


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