As fall begins to push out summer, we're saying goodbye to the lowest box office season in over decade.
With less Americans attending theaters and no shortage of big budget flops, the box office pulled in 3.8 billion in ticket sales.
That's a 14.6% drop from this time last year.
But the coming of Autumn brings with it some long awaited reboots and interesting breakouts.
So here are five films to look for this Fall.
IT (Sep. 8)
The Stephen King classic that was transformed into the hit 90's miniseries is back and darker than ever in this feature film adaptation. Directed by Andres Muschietti, 7 preteens known together as "The Losers Club" fight against a shape-shifting entity causing the disappearances of dozens of children in the small town of Derry, Maine. Judging by the trailer, IT seems to be full of creepy atmosphere and classic scares; perfect for bringing in October.
Breathe (Oct. 13)
If horror isn't quite your thing then maybe you"ll be interested in Breathe (though it does have a spooky release date). A surely heart breaking yet warming film based on the true story of Robin Cavendish (Andrew Garfield) and his wife Diana Blacker (Claire Foy). 28 year old Robin Cavendish, contracts Polio while working in Kenya and quickly becomes paralysed from the neck down. Unable to breathe on his own, Cavendish is put on a mechanical respirator and given three months to live. However, with the help of his loving wife, Robin becomes a pioneer in advocating for the disabled and creating new medical equipment.
Molly's Game (Nov. 22)
Another fall film based on a true story. Molly's Game follows the memoir of Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), a member of the U.S. ski team that organized high stakes poker games for the rich and famous in Hollywood's infamous "Viper room". Along with her lawyer (Idris Elba) Molly attempts to stay a step ahead of the FBI investigators.
Justice League (Nov. 17)
Mark Your calendars DC fans because the Justice League is back. Despite DC comics' somewhat lack-luster cinema history with less than positive reviews of movies like "Suicide Squad" and "Batman Vs Superman" Fans everywhere are still excited to see their favorite heroes unite. The cast includes many heavy hitters like Ben Afleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), and Jason Momoa (Aquaman); as well as Ezra Miller (The Flash) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg). The Justice league unites to battle against Steppenwolf and his army.
Flatliners (Sep. 29)
Another remake of a 90's classic. Flatliners is a science fiction psychological horror film that follows a group of medical students seeking answers by performing experiments that take them past the threshold of death, but are haunted by events of their past when they return. This remake looks to be full of scares and even features Kiefer Sutherland.