"Prisoners" (Sept. 20): Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal lead the cast of this drama as a father and detective, respectively, trying to catch the person responsible for abducting two little girls in Boston. Paul Dano plays the chief suspect, who is abducted by Jackman once the police aren't able to detain him for the crime.
"After Tiller" (Sept. 20): This emotional documentary follows four doctors who are among the few that still perform abortions in the United States after the 2009 assassination of Dr. George Tiller. As close colleagues of Tiller's, the subjects featured in the film are continually threatened by the pro-life movement as they continue providing an increasingly controversial service for women.
"A Single Shot" (Sept. 20): This gritty adaptation of Matthew F. Jones' novel of the same name stars Sam Rockwell as a hunter who accidentally shoots and kills a teenage girl. While trying to hide the body, he stumbles upon a hefty pile of cash, and unknowingly enters into a deadly cat and mouse game with a group of backwood criminals.
"Battle of the Year" (Sept. 20): Chris Brown co-stars with Josh Holloway ("Lost") in this Screen Gems release about a group of hip, young Americans trying to win an international dance competition that the U.S. hasn't won since the dance contest started on American soil 15 years ago.
"Enough Said" (Sept. 20): In one of his final film roles, James Gandolfini stars opposite Julia-Louis Dreyfus in director Nicole Holofcener's romantic comedy about a divorced woman finding new love with a new friend's ex-husband.
"Thanks for Sharing" (Sept. 20): Writer Stuart Blumberg ("The Kids are Alright) makes his directorial debut with this ensemble romantic comedy revolving around characters who are actively trying to treat sex addiction. Mark Ruffalo, Gwyneth Paltrow, Josh Gad, Tim Robbins, Joely Richardson and Alecia Moore (a.k.a. pop singer Pink) star.
"Baggage Claim" (Sept. 27): Paula Patton stars in this Fox Searchlight romantic comedy as a single flight attendant taking advantage of her job to fly across the country looking for the love of her life before her youngest sister's wedding. Who wants to bet that Mr. Right was right in front of her the whole time?
"Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2" (Sept. 27): Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) is back to save the world in the sequel to Sony's 2009 animated hit, in which an invention that turned water into food caused delicious chaos to rain from the sky.Â While Flint thought his invention was destroyed, he learns it is has created an island full of "foodimals."
"Don Jon" (Sept. 27): Joseph Gordon-Levitt's stars in his directorial debut as a ladies man who meets and romances the girl of his dreams (Scarlett Johansson), but struggles to keep her when she learns about his addiction to internet pornography. Relativity Media is releasing the comedy, which premiered at Sundance to rave reviews earlier this year.
"Metallica Through the Never" (Sept. 27): NimrÃ³d Antal's IMAX concert film interweaves a surreal narrative aboutÂ a young Metallica roadie (Dane DeHaan) sent on an urgent mission, which goes horribly awry, during the band's set. Expect riots, tear gas and a mysterious horseman known as the Death Dealer, all while the iconic hard rock band plays their greatest hits.
"Gravity" (Oct. 4): George Clooney and Sandra Bullock are the only two faces you'll be seeing in Alfonso CuarÃ³n's highly-anticipated sci-fi thriller about two astronauts working together to survive after an unexpected accident leaves them adrift in space.
"Runner Runner" (Oct. 4): Ben Affleck takes a break from directing to star opposite Justin Timberlake and Gemma Arterton in this 20th Century Fox release about a recent college grad who travels to Costa Rica to confront the online gambling tycoon who swindled him out of all of his money.
"A.C.O.D." (Oct. 4): Adam Scott headlines this star-studded indie comedy about an "adult child of divorce" who discovers he was unknowingly part of a divorce study and his troubled childhood was published in a popular book on the subject. Amy Poehler, Richard Jenkins, Catherine O'Hara, Jessica Alba, Jane Lynch and Clark Duke co-star in the Film Arcade release.
"Captain Phillips (Oct. 11): Tom Hanks takes the lead in Paul Greengrass' Somali pirate thriller based on the real-life American captain, who made headlines in 2009 when his cargo ship was hijacked off the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean.
"The Fifth Estate" (Oct. 11): Director Bill Condon is putting "The Twilight Saga" in the rear-view mirror with this drama chronicling the lives of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, and his colleague Daniel Domscheit-Berg, who are played by Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Bruhl, respectively.
"Machete Kills" (Oct. 11): Danny Trejo is back as the world's most dangerous ex-Federale in director Robert Rodriguez's sequel to 2010 grindhouse action flick, "Machete." Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, Sofia Vergara, Amber Heard, Vanessa Hudgens, Antonio Banderas, Lady Gaga, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Demian Bichir are among the new additions to the madness, while Jessica Alba and Michelle Rodriguez return for seconds.
"Romeo & Juliet" (Oct. 11): Although it's one of the oldest tragedies ever told, Relativity Media is hoping audiences aren't tired of seeing Shakespeare's doomed young couple die in proper period attire. Hailee Steinfeld ("True Grit") falls for Douglas Booth in the most recent iteration, which was adapted for the screen by "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes.
"Carrie" (Oct. 18): ChloÃ« Grace Moretz continues kicking ass on the big screen as Carrie White, a powerful telekinetic who first appeared in 1974 in Stephen King's first published novel of the same name. Julianne Moore co-stars in the Sony release as Carrie's religious-fanatic mother who is just one of many characters pushing the shy outcast toward a murderous rampage on prom night.
"Escape Plan" (Oct. 18): Before they team up to take down Mel Gibson in "The Expendables 3," Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are teaming up to break out of the world's most secure prison where Stallone -- a man who makes a living by escaping from behind bars -- is falsely imprisoned.
"12 Years a Slave" (Oct. 18): Director Steve McQueen's follow up to "Shame" stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as Solomon Northup, a free black man who is abducted from his upstate New York home and sold into slavery in pre-Civil War America. Michael Fassbender plays a ruthless slave driver, while Brad PItt portrays the Canadian abolitionist who played a crucial role in Northup's escape.
"All Is Lost" (Oct. 18): Oscar-nominated writer and director J.C. Chandor ("Margin Call") directs this lost-at-sea drama that made waves wit