But is it right to narrow the field before we've seen most of the movies?
With so many options this fall, leave it to TheWrap to tell you which films you should actually see
Comic-Con 2014: Art depicts colossal battle between heroes and robots
Scott Derrickson ("Sinister") is directing the superhero movie, which could have a presence at Comic-Con
The "Inherent Vice" actress played Ben Feldman's co-worker in the pilot
The Weinstein Co. still plans to release the family film in the U.S. on Christmas Day
Weinstein Company takes it from three to 147 theaters and connects; "Belle" and "Chef' widen and hold well
James Gray directs frequent collaborator Joaquin Phoenix as an enigmatic pimp who takes advantage of just-off-the-boat Polish immigrant Cotillard
The Dylan Farrow controversy hasn't impeded the director's ability to recruit top talent
Jeremy Renner might be able to save her in James Gray's upcoming period drama
The "America's Got Talent" host is releasing an album under the guise of his alter-ego
Watch the duo perform the nominee for Best Original Song from "Her"
Cocaine, heroin, benzodiazepines and amphetamine found in his system
What would falling in love with an operating system look like if that operating system were an obnoxious paper clip?
Warner Bros. also slots more films, including "Entourage" and "Conjuring 2"
Meyers and his writers value setups and punchlines above all
Actor and fellow performance artist hopes LaBeouf doesn't burn bridges with his recent act
In his review of Spike Jonze's Oscar-nominated film, Google's Ray Kurzweil pinpoints when several of the futuristic technologies will be possible.
Amy Adams, Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly among mourners who arrive early at the Upper East Side gathering
Following acclaimed collaborations on "There Will Be Blood" and "The Master," the artists are back together again
He won an Oscar, a Golden Globe, SAG and Independent Spirit Awards -- to name a few -- for his portrayal of Truman Capote
The "Nymphomaniac" star says public apology is always "performative redress" and all art is "plagiarisum"
Gritty tale of Afghan war heroism mobilizes the mainstream to blast past projections. "August Osage County" bests "Her"
This retelling of Hercules' mythology doesn't feature 12 labors, but 99 -- one for each minute the audience has to sit through
With an '80s icon replacing Scarlett Johansson
When it comes to the eligible songs for the Academy Awards, excess ruled in 2013
The sci-fi romance from Spike Jonze is off to a strong start after debuting in N.Y. and L.A. for Warner Bros.
K.K. Barrett wanted to craft a more old-fashioned looking device for Joaquin Phoenix's Theodore
The Oscar winner has a strong relationship with Warner Bros. and star Ben Affleck
The pair improvised a break-up scene after Fallon challenged Phoenix to quit smoking