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Franchise revivals are all the rage in Hollywood these days, with Jurassic World breaking box-office records that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will have eyes on in a few months. The trend is showing no signs of slowing down, as Universal is bringing back one of their greatest action franchises in 2016. After many years of hoping, fans will finally get to see star Matt Damon reunite with Paul Greengrass for a new Jason Bourne film, which is currently going by the working title Bourne 5.

At this point, not much is known about the project. We’ve learned that the likes of Tommy Lee Jones and Alicia Vikander are joining the cast alongside Damon and the returning Julia Stiles (reprising her role Nicky Parsons from the previous installments), but nothing in regards to story. Now, Damon has revealed some clues about the narrative.

Speaking with BuzzFeed while promoting his new film The Martian, Damon stated that he and Greengrass struggled to come up with a compelling plot for a new Bourne in the years following the George W. Bush presidency (which Damon felt the first three films were about). It wasn’t until the Edward Snowden scandal broke in 2013 that they found their inspiration:

“Without giving too much of it away, it’s Bourne through an austerity-riddled Europe and in a post-Snowden world. It seems like enough has changed, you know? There are all these kinds of arguments about spying and civil liberties and the nature of democracy.”

The Bourne franchise has always been one to smartly combine its genre thrills with timely social commentary, as evidenced by Damon’s quote about Bush and America in the post-9/11 world. Ever since he leaked classified information from the U.S. National Security Agency, Snowden has been a hot talking point on various topics like government surveillance, secrecy, and national security. It’s easy to see how this series in particular could use those debates as a launching point for a new adventure, and it will be interesting to see what they do with that angle. Filming is slated to start next week, so perhaps some more details will be revealed then.

Matt Damon Bourne 5 Snowden Matt Damon Says Bourne 5 Set in Post Snowden World

In the meantime, Damon was also able to share some of the locations where the new film will take place. Bourne is no stranger to hopping around the globe, having visited places such as Naples, Paris, and New York in his travels. That franchise staple is set to continue this time around, as the super spy will once again go from one side of the world to the other:

“We’re starting in Greece, you know, the beginning of democracy. And the movie ends in Las Vegas, the most grotesque incarnation of….”

Based on Damon’s wording, it would seem there’s a healthy amount of political subtext in Bourne 5. That he specifies Greece as the “beginning of democracy” indicates that a major part of Greengrass’ vision may be to illustrate the current state of government in the 21st century and how far we as a society has fallen from its original ideals and values. Arguably, Bourne has always been the moral center of these movies, so viewing this conflict from his perspective could be a unique experience and offer food for thought for the audience. Damon always maintained he wouldn’t return to this well unless the story was sound, and it looks like he’s on track to make good on that promise.

Bourne 5 will hit theaters July 29, 2016.

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Franchise revivals are all the rage in Hollywood these days, with Jurassic World breaking box-office records that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will have eyes on in a few months. The trend is showing no signs of slowing down, as Universal is bringing back one of their greatest action franchises in 2016. After many years of hoping, fans will finally get to see star Matt Damon reunite with Paul Greengrass for a new Jason Bourne film, which is currently going by the working title Bourne 5.

At this point, not much is known about the project. We’ve learned that the likes of Tommy Lee Jones and Alicia Vikander are joining the cast alongside Damon and the returning Julia Stiles (reprising her role Nicky Parsons from the previous installments), but nothing in regards to story. Now, Damon has revealed some clues about the narrative.

Speaking with BuzzFeed while promoting his new film The Martian, Damon stated that he and Greengrass struggled to come up with a compelling plot for a new Bourne in the years following the George W. Bush presidency (which Damon felt the first three films were about). It wasn’t until the Edward Snowden scandal broke in 2013 that they found their inspiration:

“Without giving too much of it away, it’s Bourne through an austerity-riddled Europe and in a post-Snowden world. It seems like enough has changed, you know? There are all these kinds of arguments about spying and civil liberties and the nature of democracy.”

The Bourne franchise has always been one to smartly combine its genre thrills with timely social commentary, as evidenced by Damon’s quote about Bush and America in the post-9/11 world. Ever since he leaked classified information from the U.S. National Security Agency, Snowden has been a hot talking point on various topics like government surveillance, secrecy, and national security. It’s easy to see how this series in particular could use those debates as a launching point for a new adventure, and it will be interesting to see what they do with that angle. Filming is slated to start next week, so perhaps some more details will be revealed then.

Matt Damon Bourne 5 Snowden Matt Damon Says Bourne 5 Set in Post Snowden World

In the meantime, Damon was also able to share some of the locations where the new film will take place. Bourne is no stranger to hopping around the globe, having visited places such as Naples, Paris, and New York in his travels. That franchise staple is set to continue this time around, as the super spy will once again go from one side of the world to the other:

“We’re starting in Greece, you know, the beginning of democracy. And the movie ends in Las Vegas, the most grotesque incarnation of….”

Based on Damon’s wording, it would seem there’s a healthy amount of political subtext in Bourne 5. That he specifies Greece as the “beginning of democracy” indicates that a major part of Greengrass’ vision may be to illustrate the current state of government in the 21st century and how far we as a society has fallen from its original ideals and values. Arguably, Bourne has always been the moral center of these movies, so viewing this conflict from his perspective could be a unique experience and offer food for thought for the audience. Damon always maintained he wouldn’t return to this well unless the story was sound, and it looks like he’s on track to make good on that promise.

Bourne 5 will hit theaters July 29, 2016.

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Franchise revivals are all the rage in Hollywood these days, with Jurassic World breaking box-office records that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will have eyes on in a few months. The trend is showing no signs of slowing down, as Universal is bringing back one of their greatest action franchises in 2016. After many years of hoping, fans will finally get to see star Matt Damon reunite with Paul Greengrass for a new Jason Bourne film, which is currently going by the working title Bourne 5.

At this point, not much is known about the project. We’ve learned that the likes of Tommy Lee Jones and Alicia Vikander are joining the cast alongside Damon and the returning Julia Stiles (reprising her role Nicky Parsons from the previous installments), but nothing in regards to story. Now, Damon has revealed some clues about the narrative.

Speaking with BuzzFeed while promoting his new film The Martian, Damon stated that he and Greengrass struggled to come up with a compelling plot for a new Bourne in the years following the George W. Bush presidency (which Damon felt the first three films were about). It wasn’t until the Edward Snowden scandal broke in 2013 that they found their inspiration:

“Without giving too much of it away, it’s Bourne through an austerity-riddled Europe and in a post-Snowden world. It seems like enough has changed, you know? There are all these kinds of arguments about spying and civil liberties and the nature of democracy.”

The Bourne franchise has always been one to smartly combine its genre thrills with timely social commentary, as evidenced by Damon’s quote about Bush and America in the post-9/11 world. Ever since he leaked classified information from the U.S. National Security Agency, Snowden has been a hot talking point on various topics like government surveillance, secrecy, and national security. It’s easy to see how this series in particular could use those debates as a launching point for a new adventure, and it will be interesting to see what they do with that angle. Filming is slated to start next week, so perhaps some more details will be revealed then.

Matt Damon Bourne 5 Snowden Matt Damon Says Bourne 5 Set in Post Snowden World

In the meantime, Damon was also able to share some of the locations where the new film will take place. Bourne is no stranger to hopping around the globe, having visited places such as Naples, Paris, and New York in his travels. That franchise staple is set to continue this time around, as the super spy will once again go from one side of the world to the other:

“We’re starting in Greece, you know, the beginning of democracy. And the movie ends in Las Vegas, the most grotesque incarnation of….”

Based on Damon’s wording, it would seem there’s a healthy amount of political subtext in Bourne 5. That he specifies Greece as the “beginning of democracy” indicates that a major part of Greengrass’ vision may be to illustrate the current state of government in the 21st century and how far we as a society has fallen from its original ideals and values. Arguably, Bourne has always been the moral center of these movies, so viewing this conflict from his perspective could be a unique experience and offer food for thought for the audience. Damon always maintained he wouldn’t return to this well unless the story was sound, and it looks like he’s on track to make good on that promise.

Bourne 5 will hit theaters July 29, 2016.

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Franchise revivals are all the rage in Hollywood these days, with Jurassic World breaking box-office records that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will have eyes on in a few months. The trend is showing no signs of slowing down, as Universal is bringing back one of their greatest action franchises in 2016. After many years of hoping, fans will finally get to see star Matt Damon reunite with Paul Greengrass for a new Jason Bourne film, which is currently going by the working title Bourne 5.

At this point, not much is known about the project. We’ve learned that the likes of Tommy Lee Jones and Alicia Vikander are joining the cast alongside Damon and the returning Julia Stiles (reprising her role Nicky Parsons from the previous installments), but nothing in regards to story. Now, Damon has revealed some clues about the narrative.

Speaking with BuzzFeed while promoting his new film The Martian, Damon stated that he and Greengrass struggled to come up with a compelling plot for a new Bourne in the years following the George W. Bush presidency (which Damon felt the first three films were about). It wasn’t until the Edward Snowden scandal broke in 2013 that they found their inspiration:

“Without giving too much of it away, it’s Bourne through an austerity-riddled Europe and in a post-Snowden world. It seems like enough has changed, you know? There are all these kinds of arguments about spying and civil liberties and the nature of democracy.”

The Bourne franchise has always been one to smartly combine its genre thrills with timely social commentary, as evidenced by Damon’s quote about Bush and America in the post-9/11 world. Ever since he leaked classified information from the U.S. National Security Agency, Snowden has been a hot talking point on various topics like government surveillance, secrecy, and national security. It’s easy to see how this series in particular could use those debates as a launching point for a new adventure, and it will be interesting to see what they do with that angle. Filming is slated to start next week, so perhaps some more details will be revealed then.

Matt Damon Bourne 5 Snowden Matt Damon Says Bourne 5 Set in Post Snowden World

In the meantime, Damon was also able to share some of the locations where the new film will take place. Bourne is no stranger to hopping around the globe, having visited places such as Naples, Paris, and New York in his travels. That franchise staple is set to continue this time around, as the super spy will once again go from one side of the world to the other:

“We’re starting in Greece, you know, the beginning of democracy. And the movie ends in Las Vegas, the most grotesque incarnation of….”

Based on Damon’s wording, it would seem there’s a healthy amount of political subtext in Bourne 5. That he specifies Greece as the “beginning of democracy” indicates that a major part of Greengrass’ vision may be to illustrate the current state of government in the 21st century and how far we as a society has fallen from its original ideals and values. Arguably, Bourne has always been the moral center of these movies, so viewing this conflict from his perspective could be a unique experience and offer food for thought for the audience. Damon always maintained he wouldn’t return to this well unless the story was sound, and it looks like he’s on track to make good on that promise.

Bourne 5 will hit theaters July 29, 2016.

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During the summer months, action blockbusters, big-budget adventure films and superhero movies tend to dominate the box office. This summer saw the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Terminator Genisys, and Mission: Impossible – Rogue, although it was Jurassic World that propelled Universal Pictures to unprecedented box office success.

Though there are certainly highly anticipated blockbuster releases debuting throughout the rest of 2015, including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the fall ushers in the beginning of awards season. Now, new posters for three films set to debut in the months leading up to and during awards season – Stonewall, The Danish Girl and Suffragette – offer a new look at what to expect in theaters this fall.

Stonewall

Out Magazine released the poster for Stonewall, the film directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow) that will follow a fictional man, Danny Winters (Jeremy Irvine) through the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City. Written by Jon Robin Baitz (Brothers & Sisters, The Slap), the film costars Johnny Beauchamp (Penny Dreadful) as Ray/Ramona and Otoja Abit (The Slap) as Marsha P. Johnson, as well as Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), Joey King (White House Down), Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class) and Atticus Mitchell (Fargo)

Take a look at the poster:

Stonewall Where Pride Began Poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

Despite being an obvious contender come awards season, the first trailer for Stonewall received vocal backlash for its portrayal of the events on which it’s based; both Emmerich and Baitz have since asked viewers to be patient for the film’s release before judging whether it accurately represents the movement. Additionally, while speaking to Out, the director specifically pointed to a famous image from the Gay Liberation Front in 1970 as the inspiration of the Stonewall poster: “It perfectly captures the triumphant, jubilant feeling of the time.”

Of course, whether Stonewall can separate itself from its early criticisms remains to be seen. But, if the film delivers an insightful look at the LGBT community of New York City in the 1960s, Stonewall could certainly overcome its naysayers.

The Danish Girl

Eddie Redmayne (Jupiter Ascending) reunites with Les Misérables director Tom Hooper for The Danish Girl, an adaptation of David Ebershoff’s book by the same name. The film depicts the love story between transgender pioneer Lili Elbe (Redmayne) and fellow artist Gerda Wegener, played by Alicia Vikander (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.). The film was adapted by playwright/screenwriter Lucinda Coxon and costars Amber Heard (3 Days to Kill), Matthias Schoenaerts (Far from the Madding Crowd), Sebastian Koch (Homeland) and Ben Whishaw (Spectre).

Take a look at the poster:

danish girl 2015 poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

With Hooper, an Oscar winner for The King’s Speech, and Redmayne, who won an Oscar for his turn as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, on board, The Danish Girl is sure to get the attention of many this awards season. Additionally, when the first image of Redmayne as Elbe was released earlier this year, the actor spoke about his method and effort to portray the transgender woman as authentically as possible.

Though Redmayne will likely receive the most attention, viewers may be surprised by Vikander. The actress has broken out this summer with her roles in the well-received sci-fi film Ex Machina and 1960s spy movie The Man from U.N.C.L.E. With Hooper directing and Redmayne and Vikander starring, The Danish Girl will certainly be a stand out this awards season.

Suffragette

Carey Mulligan (Far from the Madding Crowd), Helena Bonham Carter (Cinderella, Harry Potter) and Academy Award winner Meryl Streep costar in Suffragette, which follows women who fought for the right to vote in early-20th century Britain. Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) directed the film from a script penned by Abi Morgan (The Hour, The Iron Lady). The movie costars Anne-Marie Duff (Before I Go to Sleep) and Brendan Gleeson (Edge of Tomorrow).

Take a look at the poster:

suffragette 2015 movie poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

As demonstrated by the trailer released earlier this summer, Suffragette features a stellar cast that will likely draw plenty of attention this awards season. Streep’s performance as the political activist Emmeline Pankhurst is likely especially anticipated, though Mulligan may shine at the forefront of this women’s suffrage film.

Given the cast and the filmmaking team behind the scenes, Suffragette seems to be a shoo-in for one of the darlings of awards season. Whether it lives up to expectations, though, remains to be seen – but Streep rarely disappoints.

Stonewall premieres in U.S. theaters on September 25th, 2015.

The Danish Girl premieres in select U.S. theaters on November 27th, 2015.

Suffragette premieres in U.S. theaters on October 23rd, 2015.

Source: Out, Focus Features

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During the summer months, action blockbusters, big-budget adventure films and superhero movies tend to dominate the box office. This summer saw the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Terminator Genisys, and Mission: Impossible – Rogue, although it was Jurassic World that propelled Universal Pictures to unprecedented box office success.

Though there are certainly highly anticipated blockbuster releases debuting throughout the rest of 2015, including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the fall ushers in the beginning of awards season. Now, new posters for three films set to debut in the months leading up to and during awards season – Stonewall, The Danish Girl and Suffragette – offer a new look at what to expect in theaters this fall.

Stonewall

Out Magazine released the poster for Stonewall, the film directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow) that will follow a fictional man, Danny Winters (Jeremy Irvine) through the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City. Written by Jon Robin Baitz (Brothers & Sisters, The Slap), the film costars Johnny Beauchamp (Penny Dreadful) as Ray/Ramona and Otoja Abit (The Slap) as Marsha P. Johnson, as well as Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), Joey King (White House Down), Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class) and Atticus Mitchell (Fargo)

Take a look at the poster:

Stonewall Where Pride Began Poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

Despite being an obvious contender come awards season, the first trailer for Stonewall received vocal backlash for its portrayal of the events on which it’s based; both Emmerich and Baitz have since asked viewers to be patient for the film’s release before judging whether it accurately represents the movement. Additionally, while speaking to Out, the director specifically pointed to a famous image from the Gay Liberation Front in 1970 as the inspiration of the Stonewall poster: “It perfectly captures the triumphant, jubilant feeling of the time.”

Of course, whether Stonewall can separate itself from its early criticisms remains to be seen. But, if the film delivers an insightful look at the LGBT community of New York City in the 1960s, Stonewall could certainly overcome its naysayers.

The Danish Girl

Eddie Redmayne (Jupiter Ascending) reunites with Les Misérables director Tom Hooper for The Danish Girl, an adaptation of David Ebershoff’s book by the same name. The film depicts the love story between transgender pioneer Lili Elbe (Redmayne) and fellow artist Gerda Wegener, played by Alicia Vikander (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.). The film was adapted by playwright/screenwriter Lucinda Coxon and costars Amber Heard (3 Days to Kill), Matthias Schoenaerts (Far from the Madding Crowd), Sebastian Koch (Homeland) and Ben Whishaw (Spectre).

Take a look at the poster:

danish girl 2015 poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

With Hooper, an Oscar winner for The King’s Speech, and Redmayne, who won an Oscar for his turn as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, on board, The Danish Girl is sure to get the attention of many this awards season. Additionally, when the first image of Redmayne as Elbe was released earlier this year, the actor spoke about his method and effort to portray the transgender woman as authentically as possible.

Though Redmayne will likely receive the most attention, viewers may be surprised by Vikander. The actress has broken out this summer with her roles in the well-received sci-fi film Ex Machina and 1960s spy movie The Man from U.N.C.L.E. With Hooper directing and Redmayne and Vikander starring, The Danish Girl will certainly be a stand out this awards season.

Suffragette

Carey Mulligan (Far from the Madding Crowd), Helena Bonham Carter (Cinderella, Harry Potter) and Academy Award winner Meryl Streep costar in Suffragette, which follows women who fought for the right to vote in early-20th century Britain. Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) directed the film from a script penned by Abi Morgan (The Hour, The Iron Lady). The movie costars Anne-Marie Duff (Before I Go to Sleep) and Brendan Gleeson (Edge of Tomorrow).

Take a look at the poster:

suffragette 2015 movie poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

As demonstrated by the trailer released earlier this summer, Suffragette features a stellar cast that will likely draw plenty of attention this awards season. Streep’s performance as the political activist Emmeline Pankhurst is likely especially anticipated, though Mulligan may shine at the forefront of this women’s suffrage film.

Given the cast and the filmmaking team behind the scenes, Suffragette seems to be a shoo-in for one of the darlings of awards season. Whether it lives up to expectations, though, remains to be seen – but Streep rarely disappoints.

Stonewall premieres in U.S. theaters on September 25th, 2015.

The Danish Girl premieres in select U.S. theaters on November 27th, 2015.

Suffragette premieres in U.S. theaters on October 23rd, 2015.

Source: Out, Focus Features

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During the summer months, action blockbusters, big-budget adventure films and superhero movies tend to dominate the box office. This summer saw the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Terminator Genisys, and Mission: Impossible – Rogue, although it was Jurassic World that propelled Universal Pictures to unprecedented box office success.

Though there are certainly highly anticipated blockbuster releases debuting throughout the rest of 2015, including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the fall ushers in the beginning of awards season. Now, new posters for three films set to debut in the months leading up to and during awards season – Stonewall, The Danish Girl and Suffragette – offer a new look at what to expect in theaters this fall.

Stonewall

Out Magazine released the poster for Stonewall, the film directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow) that will follow a fictional man, Danny Winters (Jeremy Irvine) through the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City. Written by Jon Robin Baitz (Brothers & Sisters, The Slap), the film costars Johnny Beauchamp (Penny Dreadful) as Ray/Ramona and Otoja Abit (The Slap) as Marsha P. Johnson, as well as Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), Joey King (White House Down), Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class) and Atticus Mitchell (Fargo)

Take a look at the poster:

Stonewall Where Pride Began Poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

Despite being an obvious contender come awards season, the first trailer for Stonewall received vocal backlash for its portrayal of the events on which it’s based; both Emmerich and Baitz have since asked viewers to be patient for the film’s release before judging whether it accurately represents the movement. Additionally, while speaking to Out, the director specifically pointed to a famous image from the Gay Liberation Front in 1970 as the inspiration of the Stonewall poster: “It perfectly captures the triumphant, jubilant feeling of the time.”

Of course, whether Stonewall can separate itself from its early criticisms remains to be seen. But, if the film delivers an insightful look at the LGBT community of New York City in the 1960s, Stonewall could certainly overcome its naysayers.

The Danish Girl

Eddie Redmayne (Jupiter Ascending) reunites with Les Misérables director Tom Hooper for The Danish Girl, an adaptation of David Ebershoff’s book by the same name. The film depicts the love story between transgender pioneer Lili Elbe (Redmayne) and fellow artist Gerda Wegener, played by Alicia Vikander (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.). The film was adapted by playwright/screenwriter Lucinda Coxon and costars Amber Heard (3 Days to Kill), Matthias Schoenaerts (Far from the Madding Crowd), Sebastian Koch (Homeland) and Ben Whishaw (Spectre).

Take a look at the poster:

danish girl 2015 poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

With Hooper, an Oscar winner for The King’s Speech, and Redmayne, who won an Oscar for his turn as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, on board, The Danish Girl is sure to get the attention of many this awards season. Additionally, when the first image of Redmayne as Elbe was released earlier this year, the actor spoke about his method and effort to portray the transgender woman as authentically as possible.

Though Redmayne will likely receive the most attention, viewers may be surprised by Vikander. The actress has broken out this summer with her roles in the well-received sci-fi film Ex Machina and 1960s spy movie The Man from U.N.C.L.E. With Hooper directing and Redmayne and Vikander starring, The Danish Girl will certainly be a stand out this awards season.

Suffragette

Carey Mulligan (Far from the Madding Crowd), Helena Bonham Carter (Cinderella, Harry Potter) and Academy Award winner Meryl Streep costar in Suffragette, which follows women who fought for the right to vote in early-20th century Britain. Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) directed the film from a script penned by Abi Morgan (The Hour, The Iron Lady). The movie costars Anne-Marie Duff (Before I Go to Sleep) and Brendan Gleeson (Edge of Tomorrow).

Take a look at the poster:

suffragette 2015 movie poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

As demonstrated by the trailer released earlier this summer, Suffragette features a stellar cast that will likely draw plenty of attention this awards season. Streep’s performance as the political activist Emmeline Pankhurst is likely especially anticipated, though Mulligan may shine at the forefront of this women’s suffrage film.

Given the cast and the filmmaking team behind the scenes, Suffragette seems to be a shoo-in for one of the darlings of awards season. Whether it lives up to expectations, though, remains to be seen – but Streep rarely disappoints.

Stonewall premieres in U.S. theaters on September 25th, 2015.

The Danish Girl premieres in select U.S. theaters on November 27th, 2015.

Suffragette premieres in U.S. theaters on October 23rd, 2015.

Source: Out, Focus Features

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During the summer months, action blockbusters, big-budget adventure films and superhero movies tend to dominate the box office. This summer saw the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Terminator Genisys, and Mission: Impossible – Rogue, although it was Jurassic World that propelled Universal Pictures to unprecedented box office success.

Though there are certainly highly anticipated blockbuster releases debuting throughout the rest of 2015, including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the fall ushers in the beginning of awards season. Now, new posters for three films set to debut in the months leading up to and during awards season – Stonewall, The Danish Girl and Suffragette – offer a new look at what to expect in theaters this fall.

Stonewall

Out Magazine released the poster for Stonewall, the film directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow) that will follow a fictional man, Danny Winters (Jeremy Irvine) through the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City. Written by Jon Robin Baitz (Brothers & Sisters, The Slap), the film costars Johnny Beauchamp (Penny Dreadful) as Ray/Ramona and Otoja Abit (The Slap) as Marsha P. Johnson, as well as Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), Joey King (White House Down), Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class) and Atticus Mitchell (Fargo)

Take a look at the poster:

Stonewall Where Pride Began Poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

Despite being an obvious contender come awards season, the first trailer for Stonewall received vocal backlash for its portrayal of the events on which it’s based; both Emmerich and Baitz have since asked viewers to be patient for the film’s release before judging whether it accurately represents the movement. Additionally, while speaking to Out, the director specifically pointed to a famous image from the Gay Liberation Front in 1970 as the inspiration of the Stonewall poster: “It perfectly captures the triumphant, jubilant feeling of the time.”

Of course, whether Stonewall can separate itself from its early criticisms remains to be seen. But, if the film delivers an insightful look at the LGBT community of New York City in the 1960s, Stonewall could certainly overcome its naysayers.

The Danish Girl

Eddie Redmayne (Jupiter Ascending) reunites with Les Misérables director Tom Hooper for The Danish Girl, an adaptation of David Ebershoff’s book by the same name. The film depicts the love story between transgender pioneer Lili Elbe (Redmayne) and fellow artist Gerda Wegener, played by Alicia Vikander (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.). The film was adapted by playwright/screenwriter Lucinda Coxon and costars Amber Heard (3 Days to Kill), Matthias Schoenaerts (Far from the Madding Crowd), Sebastian Koch (Homeland) and Ben Whishaw (Spectre).

Take a look at the poster:

danish girl 2015 poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

With Hooper, an Oscar winner for The King’s Speech, and Redmayne, who won an Oscar for his turn as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, on board, The Danish Girl is sure to get the attention of many this awards season. Additionally, when the first image of Redmayne as Elbe was released earlier this year, the actor spoke about his method and effort to portray the transgender woman as authentically as possible.

Though Redmayne will likely receive the most attention, viewers may be surprised by Vikander. The actress has broken out this summer with her roles in the well-received sci-fi film Ex Machina and 1960s spy movie The Man from U.N.C.L.E. With Hooper directing and Redmayne and Vikander starring, The Danish Girl will certainly be a stand out this awards season.

Suffragette

Carey Mulligan (Far from the Madding Crowd), Helena Bonham Carter (Cinderella, Harry Potter) and Academy Award winner Meryl Streep costar in Suffragette, which follows women who fought for the right to vote in early-20th century Britain. Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) directed the film from a script penned by Abi Morgan (The Hour, The Iron Lady). The movie costars Anne-Marie Duff (Before I Go to Sleep) and Brendan Gleeson (Edge of Tomorrow).

Take a look at the poster:

suffragette 2015 movie poster Stonewall, Danish Girl & Suffragette Posters Tease Awards Season Films

As demonstrated by the trailer released earlier this summer, Suffragette features a stellar cast that will likely draw plenty of attention this awards season. Streep’s performance as the political activist Emmeline Pankhurst is likely especially anticipated, though Mulligan may shine at the forefront of this women’s suffrage film.

Given the cast and the filmmaking team behind the scenes, Suffragette seems to be a shoo-in for one of the darlings of awards season. Whether it lives up to expectations, though, remains to be seen – but Streep rarely disappoints.

Stonewall premieres in U.S. theaters on September 25th, 2015.

The Danish Girl premieres in select U.S. theaters on November 27th, 2015.

Suffragette premieres in U.S. theaters on October 23rd, 2015.

Source: Out, Focus Features

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