Netflix movies rarely make it to the big screen, but they tend to make the exception for some of the most highly-anticipated films of the year. Several high-profile projects will premiere in theatres before heading to Netflix this fall, and here are five worth watching on the big screen.
Pain Hustlers (October 20/October 27)
Emily Blunt and Chris Evans star in this crime drama about a working-class single mom who finds herself at the center of a criminal conspiracy after taking a job at a shady pharmaceutical start-up.
The Killer (October 27/November 10)
David Fincher’s next film stars Michael Fassbender as a professional assassin who finds himself in the middle of an international manhunt after a fateful near-miss that turns his life upside down.
Rustin (November 3/November 17)
This highly-anticipated biopic stars Colman Domingo as Bayard Rustin, a civil rights activist who played a crucial role in strengthening Martin Luther King Jr.’s leadership and inspired a movement in a march toward freedom.
Leave the World Behind (November 22/December 8)
Julia Roberts, Mahershala Ali, and Ethan Hawke star in this thriller about a couple whose idyllic getaway erupts into chaos after a mysterious couple appears at their door in the middle of a blackout.
Maestro (November 22/December 20)
Bradley Cooper’s next film as a director chronicles the life of the West Side Story composer Leonard Bernstein through the lens of his complicated relationship with his wife Felicia Montealegre.