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    16 Movies Coming To Theaters And Streaming In September

    Heres to another monthly dose of movies coming out!

    Movie lovers, it's time to take a dive into what's coming out to streaming services and movies this September!

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    1. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

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    A past life Shang-Chi thought he left behind years ago soon returns when he is compelled to figure out the Ten Rings organization.

    Starring: Simu Liu, Awkwafina, Tony Leung, Michelle Yeoh, Fala Chen, Meng’er Zhang, Florian Munteanu and Ronny Chieng

    Where to watch: In theaters Sept. 3.

    Watch the trailer here.

    2. Cinderella

    CINDERELLA, Camila Cabello as Cinderella
    Christopher Raphael / © Amazon Studios / courtesy Everett Collection

    In this modern musical take on Cinderella starring Camila Cabello, Cinderella dreams of a life bigger then her current world ‚ÄĒ and with the help of¬†Fab G, she will soon see her wildest dreams come true.

    Starring:  Camila Cabello, Billy Porter, Idina Menzel, Minnie Driver, Nicholas Galitzine, and Pierce Brosnan

    Where to watch: On Amazon Prime Sept. 3.

    Watch the trailer here.



    An evil witch traps Alex, a boy obsessed with horror stories, in her apartment and forces him to tell scary stories to stay alive. Eventually, he teams up with Yasmin (another trapped girl) to find a way out together.

    Starring:  Krysten Ritter, Lidya Jewett, Winslow Fegley, Jess Brown, Khiyla Aynne, Miley Haik, Luxton Handspiker, Liam Couvion, Taylor Belle and Eden Gjoka

    Where to watch: On Netflix Sept. 15.

    Watch the trailer here.

    4. Malignant

    MALIGNANT, Annabelle Wallis
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    Madison discovers her abilities to envision gruesome murders but soon realizes that her visions are not only real but leading to something more horrifying. 

    Starring: Annabelle Wallis, Maddie Hasson, George Young, Michole Briana White, Jacqueline McKenzie, Jake Abel and Ingrid Bisu

    Where to watch: In theaters and on HBO Max Sept. 10.

    Watch the trailer here.

    5. Queenpins

    QUEENPINS, from left: Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste
    STX Films / Courtesy Everett Collection

    When a suburban wife and her friend start the ultimate coupon-club scheme, they'll soon find out people are hot on their trail to end the operation. You'll never look at your coupon discounts the same way again!

    Starring: Kristen Bell, Vince Vaughn, Nick Cassavetes, Stephen Root, Joel McHale, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Paul Walter Hauser, Annie Mumolo, Jack McBrayer, Marc Evan Jackson, Garrett Wareing, Paul Rust, Eduardo Franco, Bebe Rexha, Lidia Porto, Dayo Okeniyi, James Moses Black and Judith Drake

    Where to watch: In theaters Sept. 10 and on Paramount+ Sept. 30.

    Watch the trailer here.

    6. Cry Macho

    CRY MACHO, from left: Clint Eastwood, Eduardo Minett
    Claire Folger /© Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    When Mike Milo (a former rodeo star and horse breeder) is asked by his ex-boss to bring his son, Faro, home from Mexico to Texas, Mike finds redemption during his journey in helping Faro.

    Starring: Clint Eastwood, Eduardo Minett, and Dwight Yoakam

    Where to watch:  In theaters and HBO Max Sept. 17.

    Watch the trailer here.

    7. Everybody's Talking About Jamie

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    Jamie New decides to take a non-traditional approach to his career and wants to become a drag queen. With support from his mom and friends, he's determined to make his life as sensational as possible, despite the bullying. 

    Starring: Max Harwood, Sarah Lancashire, Lauren Patel, Shobna Gulati, Ralph Ineson, Adeel Akhtar, Samuel Bottomley, Sharon Horgan and Richard E. Grant.

    Where to watch: In theaters Sept.10 and on Amazon Prime Sept. 17.

    Watch the trailer here. 

    8. Intrusion


    When a couple moves to a small town, they find themselves the target of a home invasion ‚ÄĒ which leads the wife (Freida Pinto) to find out why.

    Starring: Logan Marshall-Green, Freida Pinto, Robert John Burke, Sarah Minnich, Mark Sivertsen, Hayes Hargrove, Bonita King, Yvette Fazio-Delaney, Megan Elisabeth Kelly, Clint Obenchain, David DeLao, Brandon Root and Josh Horton

    Where to watch: On Netflix Sept. 22.

    Watch the trailer here.

    9. The Eyes of Tammy Faye

    From left: Jessica Chastain, as Tammy Faye Bakker, Andrew Garfield, as Jim Bakker.
    Daniel McFadden /© Searchlight Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection

    Taking a personal look at televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker, this film chronicles her life during the '70s and '80s alongside her husband, Jim Bakker. 

    Starring: Jessica Chastain, Andrew Garfield, Cherry Jones, Fredric Lehne, Louis Cancelmi, Sam Jaeger, Gabriel Olds, Mark Wystrach and Vincent D’Onofrio

    Where to watch: In Theaters Sept. 17.

    Watch the trailer here.

    10. Dear Evan Hansen

    DEAR EVAN HANSEN, Ben Platt, 2021
    Erika Doss /© Universal Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection

    The film adaptation of this Tony Award‚Äďwinning musical follows Evan (played by Ben Platt, who originated the role on Broadway), a high school senior with a social anxiety disorder, who becomes entangled in a web of lies after his classmate dies by suicide.

    Starring: Ben Platt, Kaitlyn Dever, Amandla Stenberg, Nik Dodani, Colton Ryan, Danny Pino,Julianne Moore, Amy Adams, DeMarius Copes, Liz Kate, Isaac Powell, Avery Bederman, Gerald Caesar, Tommy Kane, Marvin Leon, Hadiya Eshé, Julia Chen Myers and Mariana Alvarez

    Where to watch: In theaters Sept. 24.

    Watch the trailer here.

    11. I'm Your Man

    from left: Maren Eggert, Dan Stevens
    Bleecker Street Media / Courtesy Everett Collection

    Alma needs funding for her research studies and decides to enroll in an experiment to raise the funding. For the next three weeks, her enrollment involves living with a humanoid robot meant to make her happy.

    Starring:¬†Maren Eggert, Dan Stevens, Sandra H√ľller,Hans L√∂w, Wolfgang H√ľbsch, Annika Meier, Falilou Seck, J√ľrgen Tarrach, Henriette Richter-R√∂hl, Monika Oschek, Inga Busch and Gabriel Munoz Munoz¬†

    Where to watch: In Theaters Sept. 24.

    Watch the trailer here.

    12. Afterlife of the Party

    victoria justice partying with her friends around her at home

    During her birthday week, Cassie dies and finds herself having to right her wrongs in order to enter the pearly gates.

    Starring: Victoria Justice, Midori Francis, Timothy Renouf, Robyn Scott, Adam Garcia, Spencer Sutherland, Gloria Garcia and Kiroshan Naidoo

    Where to watch: In Netflix Sept. 9.

    Watch the trailer here.

    13. Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali

    MALCOM X & MUHAMMAD ALI (L to R) MUHAMMAD ALI talking to a reporter smiling

    Inspired by the book Blood Brothers by Randy Roberts and Johnny Smith, Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali is a new Netflix documentary about Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali's friendship, featuring never-before-seen footage. 

    Where to watch: On Netflix Sept. 9.

    Watch the trailer here.

    14. The Starling

    Karen Ballard / KAREN BALLARD/NETFLIX © 2021.

    After Lilly and her husband suffer a devastating loss, Lilly is left alone in her grief. An obsession with a starling in her backyard leads her to form a surprising friendship with a veterinarian who helps her begin to heal.

    Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Chris O'Dowd, Kevin Kline, Timothy Olyphant, Daveed Diggs, Skyler Gisondo, Laura Harrier, Rosalind Chao, Kimberly Quinn, and Loretta Devine. 

    Where to watch: In theaters Sept. 17 and on Netflix Sept. 24.

    Watch the trailer here.

    15. Sounds Like Love


    At the peak of Maca's career as a fashion assistant, her ex-boyfriend, Leo, arrives back in Madrid. Maca leans on her friends, Jime and Adriana, and they soon understand just how difficult love can really be. 

    Starring:¬†Mar√≠a Valverde, √Ālex Gonz√°lez, Carlo Costanzia, Susana Abaitua, Eva Ugarte, Ignacio Montes, Elisabet Casanovas, Artur Busquets, Claudia Gal√°n, Roger Berruezo, Miguel Herrera, Miri P√©rez-Cabrero, and Davinia Subira

    Where to watch: On Netflix Sept. 29.

    Watch the trailer here.

    16. The Mad Women's Ball

    Eugénie looking out with a crowd of women behind her
    Thibault Grabherr / Amazon Studios

    Set in the 19th Century, The Mad Women's Ball tells the story of Eugénie, a young woman who has a special power that causes her to hear the dead. Concerned, her family takes her to a neurology clinic in Paris, called La Pitié Salpétrière Hospital, where she cannot escape. When Eugénie meets Geneviève, a nurse at the hospital, their lives will change as they prepare for the annual Bal des folles.

    Starring:¬†M√©lanie Laurent, Lou de La√Ęge, Emmanuelle Bercot, Benjamin Voisin, C√©dric Khan, Christophe Montenez, Lomane De Dietrich, and Gr√©goire Bonnet

    Where to watch: On Amazon Prime Sept. 17.

    Watch the trailer here. 

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