Michael Blackwood, Staff Writer
Release Date: November 18
Starring Eddie Redmayne as the wizard, Newt Scamander, this new movie written by J.K. Rowling is based in the world of Harry Potter. It follows the author of the wizard text book of the same name as he travels to America to find new mythical beasts.
Release Date: December 16
Rogue One is set to kick off the new Star Wars Anthology series and will give the viewers a more in-depth look at the team who stole the original Death Star plans from “Star Wars Episode IV." This film sees the return of characters such as Mon Montha, the leader of the rebel alliance, and Darth Vader.
Release Date: September 23
Storks really do deliver babies, along with other packages ordered online, in this animated world. When an unauthorized baby girl is created in the baby factory, it is up to one delivery stork, Junior (Andy Samberg), and his human friend, Tulip (Katie Crown), to deliver the baby before their boss discovers the mistake.
Release Date: November 4
“Doctor Strange” is the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When Stephen Strange, a promising yet arrogant young surgeon, suffers a terrible accident and loses his ability to perform surgeries, he turns to a powerful being known only as the Ancient One for help.