‘Never Let Me Go’ (Sep. 15)
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PHOTOS: Fall Movie Sneaks 2010

‘Never Let Me Go’ (Sep. 15)
After leaving the shelter of their boarding school, three friends must confront love and betrayals. With Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield, Charlotte Rampling and Sally Hawkins. Directed by Mark Romanek. Screenplay by Alex Garland.  (Alex Bailey / Fox Searchlight)
‘The Town’ (Sep. 17)
A bank manager unknowingly falls for one of the masked men who held up the bank and abducted her. With Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner. Directed by Ben Affleck. Screenplay by Peter Craig and Ben Affleck & Aaron Stockard. (Claire Folger / Warner Bros.)
‘Last Train Home’ (Sep. 17)
The yearly exodus of 136 million Chinese migrant workers from big cities to their homes for the New Year’s holiday and the effect on family structure. Directed by Lixin Fan.

FOR THE RECORD: A previous version of this description incorrectly listed the number of migrant workers as 130. The correct number is 136 million. (Eye Steel Film)
‘Easy A’ (Sep. 17)
When her life begins to parallel Hester Prynne’s in “The Scarlet Letter,” a clean-cut high school girl uses the rumor mill to change her image. With Emma Stone, Penn Badgley, Amanda Bynes, Thomas Haden Church, Patricia Clarkson and Stanley Tucci. Directed by Will Gluck. Written by Bert V. Royal. (Adam Taylor / Columbia TriStar)
‘Devil’ (Sept. 17)
The devil is among a group of people trapped in an elevator. With Chris Messina. Directed by John Erick Dowdle. Screenplay by Brian Nelson. (Kerry Hayes / Universal Pictures)
‘Chosin’ (Sep. 17)
Survivors of the Chosin Reservoir Campaign journey through one of the most savage battles of the Korean War. Directed by Brian Iglesias. (Frank Kerr / US Marine Corps.)
‘Catfish’ (Sep. 17)
A New York photographer befriends a Michigan girl online, falls in love with her sister and soon discovers all is not what it seems. Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. (Rogue)
‘El Superstar: The Unlikely Rise of Juan Frances’ (Sep. 17)
A Beverly Hills-born orphan is adopted by his Mexican nanny, raised with a love for ranchero music and becomes a singing sensation. With Lupe Ontiveros and Danny Trejo. Directed by Amy French. Written by Amy French & Spencer John French. (Cinema Libre Studio)
‘You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger’ (Sep. 22)
Two couples attempt to dodge their troubles with plans and trysts leading to more heartache and foolishness. With Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Gemma Jones, Antonio Banderas. Written and directed by Woody Allen(Keith Hamshere / Sony Pictures Classics)
‘You Again’ (Sept. 24)
High school rivalries rear their ugly heads for a PR executive and her mother during her brother’s wedding. With Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver and Betty White. Directed by Andy Fickman. Written by Moe Jelline. (Mark Fellman / Disney Enterprises)
‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ (Sept. 24)
Gordon Gekko is out of prison and looking to get back in the good graces of his daughter — and Wall Street. With Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Josh Brolin, Carey Mulligan. Directed by Oliver Stone. Written by Allan Loeb and Stephen Schiff. (Barry Wetcher / 20th Century Fox)
‘Waiting for Superman’ (Sept. 24)
A close examination of the U.S. public education system told through multiple interlocking stories. Directed by Davis Guggenheim. Written by Davis Guggenheim & Billy Kimball. (Paramount Pictures)
‘Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole’ (Sep. 24)
Based on the series of books, a young owl must gather a mythic band of winged warriors to fight an evil army. Animated with the voices of Helen Mirren, Sam Neill, Geoffrey Rush, Jim Sturgess. Directed by Zack Snyder. Screenplay by John Orloff and Emil Stern. In IMAX Imax 3-D. (Warner Bros)
‘Buried’ (Sep. 24)
A truck driver working in Iraq wakes up six 6 feet underground with only a cellphone, lighter and 90 minutes to save himself. With Ryan Reynolds. Directed by Rodrigo Cortés. Written by Chris Sparling. (Lionsgate)
‘Case 39' (Oct. 1)
A social worker’s efforts to save a 10-year-old girl take a terrifying turn. With Renée Zellweger, Ian McShane and Bradley Cooper. Written by Ray Wright. Directed by Christian Alvart. (Mark Fellman / Paramount Pictures)
‘The Social Network’ (Oct. 1)
The journey of Mark Zuckerberg from Harvard student to the world’s youngest billionaire as co-founder of Facebook. With Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake. Directed by David Fincher. Screenplay by Aaron Sorkin. (Merrick Morton / Columbia TriStar)
‘Let Me In’ (Oct. 1)
A bullied boy befriends a young female vampire who lives in secrecy with her guardian. With Richard Jenkins, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Chloe Moretz. Screenplay by and directed by Matt Reeves. (Saeed Adyani / Overture Films)
‘Howl’ (Oct. 1)
The story of how bBeat poet Allan Ginsberg’s seminal work broke down societal barriers in the face of an infamous public-obscenity trial. With James Franco, Jon Hamm, Bob Balaban, Mary-Louise Parker. Directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman. (Jojo Whilden / image.net)
‘The Freebie’ (Oct. 1)
A sexually frustrated couple decides to allow each other one night of carousing to spice up their life. With Dax Shepard and Katie Aselton. Written and directed by Katie Aselton. (John Chuldenko)
‘Hatchett II’ (Oct. 1)
Deformed, swamp-dwelling killer Victor Crowley is back terrorizing the Louisiana swamplands. With Danielle Harris, Tony Todd. Written and directed by Adam Green.  (MPI Film)
‘Freakonomics’ (Oct. 1)
An exposé debunking conventional wisdom and revealing what answers may come if one asks the right questions. Directed in four segments by Alex Gibney, Morgan Spurlock, Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing, Eugene Jarecki and Seth Gordon. Segments written by Peter Bull & Alex Gibney; Jeremy Chilnick & Morgan Spurlock; Eugene Jarecki & Seth Gordon; Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady.  (Magnolia Pictures)
‘It’s Kind of a Funny Story’ (Oct. 8)
A teenager checks himself into a mental health clinic only to find himself stuck in the adult ward. With Keir Gilchrist, Emma Roberts, Viola Davis, Lauren Graham and Zach Galifianakis. Directed by and screenplay by Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck. (KC Bailey / Focus Features)
‘Knucklehead’ (Oct. 22)
The on-the-road adventures of a trio of misfits — a naive giant, a fight manager and a church aide — chaperone on their way to a Ppro-Aam tournament in New Orleans. With Mark Feuerstein, Melora Hardin, Paul “The Big Show” Wight. Directed by Michael W. Watkins. Written by Bear Aderhold & Thomas F.X. Sullivan and Adam Rifkin. (Van Redin / WWE Studios)
‘Paranormal Activity 2' (Oct. 22)
A baby, a crib and a shadowy figure in the doorway — that’s all we know. With Katie Featherston. Directed by Tod Williams. Written by Michael R. Perry. (Paramount Pictures)
‘The Company Men’ (Oct. 22)
Corporate downsizing forces three co-workers to redefine their lives as men, husbands and fathers. With Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones, Chris Cooper, Kevin Costner. Written and directed by John Wells. (Claire Folger / The Weinstein Company)
‘Welcome to the Rileys’ (Oct. 29)
A 17-year-old runaway provides inspiration to a married couple on the rocks since losing their teenage daughter eight years prior. With James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo and Kristen Stewart. Directed by Jake Scott. Written by Ken Hixon. (Sundance)
‘Saw 3D’ (Oct. 29)
A group of Jigsaw survivors gather to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror. With Tobin Bell, Cary Elwes, Costas Mandylor. Directed by Kevin Greutert. Screenplay by Patrick Melton & Marcus Dunstan. (Brooke Palmer / Lionsgate)
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