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2019 November Movies

Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)

November 1, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Action, Sci-Fi, Adventure

This continuation of the Terminator franchise will serve as a direct sequel to T2: Judgment Day and ignore the events of the other three Terminator sequels.

Following Terminator: Genisys' failed attempt to launch a new trilogy in the franchise, the rights reverted back to James Cameron, who decided to spearhead a reboot as producer. In 2017, original stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton were confirmed to return in their iconic roles. Once the cast was set, production began in 2018 and wrapped in November of that year.

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Sonic the Hedgehog (2019)

November 8, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Action, Adventure

A live-action/CGI film adaptation of the Sonic the Hedgehog video games. Plots details are unavailable at this time.

The project was announced in 2014, with Sony backing. Deadpoool director Tim Miller signed on as executive producer in 2016, before the film moved from Sony to Paramount about a year later. Paramount announced an official theatrical release date for the movie in February 2018, with Jeff Fowler directing.

Frozen 2 (2019)

November 22, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Animation

A sequel to the Disney animated hit Frozen (2013). Plot details are unknown at this time. Poster artwork is from the 2015 short film, Frozen Fever.

Charlie's Angels (2019)

November 15, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Action

A movie reboot of the Charlie's Angels franchise, revolving around three female super-detectives and their mysterious boss. Poster artwork is from the 2000 film.

Kingsman 3

November 8, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Action, Comedy, Adventure

This is the third installment of the Kingsman film franchise. Plot details are unknown. Artwork is from the second movie.

Conceived as a sendup of classic spy movies, Kingsman: The Secret Service (based on Mark Millar's comic book of the same name), was released in 2014 and was a surprise hit. The film earned positive reviews for its irreverent tone and wild action sequences, launching a new franchise with Taron Egerton's Eggsy at the center. The success of The Secret Service led to the development of a sequel, The Golden Circle, which was released in fall 2017. Presenting a more global story, Golden Circle introduced audiences to the Statesman, America's answer to the Kingsman. Though the reaction wasn't as positive as the first, the followup was still seen as an entertaining romp and made $389.9 million at the worldwide box office.

It's expected Matthew Vaughn, who helmed the previous two films, will return to close out a trilogy.

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Knives Out (2019)

November 27, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Crime, Drama, Mystery

Plot unknown. Described as a modern murder mystery in a classic whodunit style.

This is the latest film from director Rian Johnson. The project quickly came together in late 2018, after Bond 25 was delayed to 2020. With an opening in his schedule, Daniel Craig signed on to Knives Out and Johnson recruited a star-studded cast from there. Production began in October 2018 and wrapped a couple months later.

Doctor Sleep (2019)

November 8, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Horror

Danny Torrance is a middle-aged man drifting through America in order to shed his father's alcoholism, which passed down to him in order to forget the events of "The Shining". After landing into a small Massachusetts town and with the aid of a cat, he becomes "Doctor Sleep". After meeting a young girl with the most powerful shining Danny's ever seen, he must now face the demons of his past and the demons of the present in order to save her from a horrifying evil known as "The True Knot".

This film is based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. The book was a sequel to King's classic The Shining, which was adapted for the big screen by Stanley Kubrick in 1980. The Doctor Sleep movie was officially announced in January 2018, with WB setting Mike Flanagan to direct. Ewan McGregor was cast as Danny Torrence in June 2018, and the rest of the cast has come together since then.

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Ford v. Ferrari (2019)

November 15, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Action, Drama, Biography

The true story of the battle between Ford and Ferrari to win Le Mans in 1966.

This film is based on the book Go Like Hell by A.J. Baime. It had been in development for many years before James Mangold became attached to direct in 2018. Shortly after the announcement, the cast started to round into shape and production began in July 2018.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)

November 22, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Drama, Biography

The film is inspired by a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers and award-winning journalist Tom Junod. In the story, a cynical journalist begrudgingly accepts an assignment to write a profile piece on the beloved icon and finds his perspective on life transformed.

The script first made the Hollywood Black List in 2013. Tom Hanks signed on to star in the film in early 2018.

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The Rhythm Section (2019)

November 22, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Action, Thriller, Mystery

A woman seeks revenge against those who orchestrated a plane crash that killed her family.

This is based on the novel of the same name by Mark Burnell, who also penned the script. Paramount acquired the film rights in 2017, with shooting commencing in December of that year. Production was delayed when star Blake Lively was injured on set, and filming resumed in summer 2018.

Nicole (2019)

November 8, 2019
Not Yet Rated
Comedy, Family

When Santa Claus decides to retire, it's up to his daughter to take over the family business, after her brother gets cold feet shortly before his first Christmas Eve flight. (Image is not from the film.)