When it comes to the movies that you want to watch in September, the majority of us will probably go for the summer blockbusters.
In fact, if you’re looking to snag a movie with a big summer release date, there are some titles that are on the docket right now that we’d recommend picking up right away.
Whether it’s the big tentpole of a film or a more obscure indie, you’re sure to find something on the horizon that you’re really excited about.
Here are a few of our favorites right now.
If you’re on a budget and want to save a bit, then you can pick up some of these titles before the summer hits.1.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Warner Bros. Entertainment)After years of waiting, we finally got to see the movie that Zack Snyder and the rest of the DC Cinematic Universe have been planning for over the last decade.
With Batman v.
Superman: Part One now out, Warner Bros. is ready to start rolling out a new take on the Caped Crusader.
While the story is largely set in the same universe as Batman v Man of Steel, the films own story is set after the events of Batman v Suicide Squad, and the character has not been seen since.
Batman, of course, has been on a crusade for justice for some time, and with Batman v Justice League, the stakes have never been higher.
The film is being directed by Zack Snyder, with the casting of Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne, Henry Cavill as Superman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence Fishburne as Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot as Aquaman, Jeremy Irons as Cyborg, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, and Amy Adams’ performance as Lois is an absolute steal.
With a release date of March 25, 2019, the film is sure to get a lot of buzz, and if you can snag the film early, you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy it all the way through.2.
Wonder Woman (Warners Bros. Pictures)Wonder Woman is the next big DC Comics film after Suicide Squad.
The first film in the DC Universe, Wonder Woman will take place in 2019, after Superman’s final battle with Doomsday.
The new film is set to be the next step in the cinematic canon for the DC superhero team.
Diana Prince, who has been in a battle against Superman’s Doomsday and his minions for years, will be joining the battle with her long-time ally and ally-turned-rival Wonder Woman.
In the comics, Diana’s father Amazons legendary sword, the tiara, is also being given to Wonder Woman and she’s determined to bring it to bear on her enemies.
Wonder Man will be voiced by Bradley Cooper, who also voiced Superman in Man of Tomorrow.
The cast includes Chris Pine as the titular Green Lantern, Galianna Paltrow as Wonder Man’s girlfriend, Connie Nielsen as Diana’s mother, Danny Huston as Cyborg and Ezra Miller as Aqualad.
The movie will be released on May 5, 2019.3.
Wonderstruck (Universal Pictures)A lot of people have been clamoring for Wonderstrued for quite some time.
In 2017, the actress who played Wonder Woman in Man Of Tomorrow was revealed to be a lesbian.
The trailer has since been removed from YouTube, but it has since resurfaced in a fan art.
It shows a girl in a dress, sporting a purple dress and an afro, standing next to the Wonder Woman statue in the city of Kandor.
The Wonder Woman of the video is a character named Wonderstrucnt, who is the wife of Wonder Man.
She has also been shown to be bisexual and a fan of Wonder Woman’s dress.
The clip is available for download on Wonderstrucihed.com, so it’s definitely worth a look if you haven’t already.4.
The Martian (Fox Searchlight)The third Martian movie in the series is The Martian, a drama that follows the adventures of a man named Gus.
This film will take a lot out of the character of the Martian, as he has been shown repeatedly to be capable of incredible feats of strength, speed, agility, and endurance.
The plot focuses on the crew of the S.S. Serenity, as they attempt to salvage the Serenus cargo in a desperate attempt to escape from a hostile planet, the planet they’re on.
While many of the crew members have some interesting stories to tell, the plot of the film also includes the Martian taking on the role of a ruthless killer.
This is a movie that should be watched with a grain of salt, as the film may be a little on the dark side.
It is also notable that the trailer has been removed, and fans will have to go looking for it to find out if the film will make it past the screening rooms of Fox Searchlight.5.
Wonder Women (Warwick Films)The final film in Wonder Women, Wonder