Lights, cam, action! The fall motion picture season is here!From blockbusters that will blanket multiplexes throughout Greater Columbus to local shows at location theaters, consisting of the Entrance Movie Center and the Wexner Center for the Arts, autumn has plenty to provide film lovers.Here is a sampling of what’s in store for those who prefer to spend the fall months in the dark in the business of a container of popcorn.More: Fall arts & entertainment highlights: Columbus concerts, funny shows, theater and more’Hitchcocktober’returns to the Gateway Film Center The Gateway Movie Center, 1550 N. High St., & will be something like Hitchcock Central from Sept. 29 through Oct. 31. The” Hitchcocktober”series
will include screenings of the most well-known flicks by the Master of Thriller, including 35mm discussions of”Complete strangers on a Train”(Sept. 30 ), “Vertigo” (Oct. 13-16)and “Psycho “(Oct. 27-31 ). (www.gatewayfilmcenter.org)Documentaries dominate at the Wex” Unorthodocs”– the Wexner Center for the Arts’yearly discussion of the most noteworthy brand-new nonfiction films– will go back to the arts center, at 1871 N. High St., from Oct. 27 through 31. Emphasizes consist of the opening-night film”Topic,”in which those featured
in a number of prominent documentary films, such as Jesse Friedman from the commonly acclaimed documentary” Recording the Friedmans, “reflect on their involvement in those movies. Friedman, together with co-director Camilla Hall and numerous other interviewees, will attend the screening.(www.wexarts.org )Brand-new comedy from ‘American Hustle ‘developer Writer-director David O. Russell– the maker of contemporary classics such as” Three Kings,”” Silver Linings Playbook”and “American Hustle”– is back with”Amsterdam,” a 1930s-set secret funny starring Christian Bale, Margot Robbie and John David Washington.
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include William Shatner, Kevin Smith and ‘Clerks’cast, more Could it be the’Halloween’finale?Say it isn’t so– could this actually be the concluding chapter of the decades-long “Halloween” film franchise? To discover, you’ll simply need to see the most recent installation,” Halloween Ends”– directed, like 2018’s”Halloween” and 2021
‘s”Halloween Kills,”by David Gordon Green and starring Jamie Lee Curtis as heroine Laurie Strode– which opens on Oct. 14. DC Comics’Black Adam to heading flick The DC Comics character Black Adam is the latest comic-book icon to be provided the smash hit film treatment. Starring Dwayne Johnson in the distinctly antiheroic title function, the motion picture will feature Black Adam tussling with the Justice Society of America. The film, likewise featuring Aldis Hodge as Hawkman, Quintessa Swindell as Cyclone and Pierce Brosnan as Dr. Fate, opens Oct. 21. Get your’Ticket to Paradise’If your idea of paradise involves a romantic funny starring George Clooney and Julia
Roberts and set on the island of Bali, then”Ticket to Paradise “might simply be the fall movie for you. The throwback romantic comedy, including Clooney and Roberts as charmingly feuding divorcees worried about the matrimonial plans of their daughter, opens on Oct. 21. More: Spider-Man is Ohio’s favorite comic book superhero, according to study Pam Grier to check out the Wex Legendary actress Pam Grier will be the subject of a retrospective at the Wexner Center for the Arts from Nov. 2-10. The series will include numerous Grier classics, including” Coffy,””Jackie Brown”and”Mars Attacks!”– plus a look by Grier herself on Nov. 10. Spielberg looks back Oscar-winning director Steven Spielberg spins a tale from his own past in” The Fabelmans, “an autobiographical drama, co-written by Spielberg and playwright Tony Kushner, concentrating on a movie-mad kid played by Gabriel LaBelle. Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen and Judd Hirsch co-star in the
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