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From '' Predator ' to ' Roma, ' the motion pictures coming this fall


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This image released by 20th Century Fox shows a scene from “The Predator,” in theaters on Sept. 14.

Monday, Aug. 27, 2018|9:13 p.m.

NEW YORK– Here’s a take a look at the movies concerning theaters through December:


“The Nun” (Sept. 7)– A gothic supernatural scary film and spinoff in “The Conjuring” franchise.

“The Predator (Sept. 14)– Shane Black’s 4th installation in “The Predator” films, with Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes and Jacob Tremblay.

“The Land of Steady Behaviors” (Sept. 14)– Ben Mendelsohn stars as a Connecticut divorcee in midlife crisis in Nicole Holofcener’s adaptation of Ted Thompson’s 2014 book.

“White Boy Rick” (Sept. 14)– Yann Demange’s 1980s real tale about the youngest supposed FBI informant ever, with Matthew McConaughey.

“The House With a Clock in its Walls” (Sept. 21)– A fantasy of witches and warlocks, starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett.

“The Sis Brothers” (Sept. 21)– Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly play brother assassins in Jacques Audiard’s Western.

“Night School” (Sept. 28)– Kevin Hart plays the student and Tiffany Haddish the teacher in this GED comedy.

“Smallfoot” (Sept. 28)– An inverted animated fable where a Yeti is persuaded that humans exist.

“The Old Guy and the Gun” (Sept. 28)– Robert Redford stars as an aged bank burglar in David Lowery’s based-on-a-true-story heist film.


“A Basic Favor” (Sept. 14), “The Kid Act” (Sept. 14), “Lizzie” (Sept. 14), “Colette” (Sept. 21), “Life Itself” (Sept. 21), “Love, Gilda” (Sept. 21), “Quincy” (Sept. 21), “Hold the Dark”( Sept. 28)


“Venom” (Oct. 5)– Tom Hardy stars in Marvel’s Spider-Man spinoff.

“Private Life” (Oct. 5)– Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn play a New york city couple navigating assisted recreation in Tamara Jenkins’ semi-autobiographical tale.

“A Star Is Born” (Oct. 5)– Bradley Cooper’s directorial launching is a remake of the 1937 film, starring himself and Woman Gaga.

“Bad Times at the El Royale” (Oct. 12)– 7 complete strangers fulfill at Lake Tahoe motel in Drew Goddard’s thriller.

“First Male” (Oct. 12)– Damien Chazelle’s dramatization of Neil Armstrong’s objective to the moon, starring Ryan Gosling.

“Beautiful Boy” (Oct. 12)– Steve Carell and Timothee Chalamet play dad and son in this adaption of David and Nic Sheff’s memoirs about addiction.

“Halloween” (Oct. 19)– Michael Meyers returns in David Gordon Green’s installation in the long-running scary franchise.

“The Hate U Provide” (Oct. 19)– A young woman has a hard time for justice after her youth buddy is shot by authorities.

“Can You Forgive Me” (Oct. 19)– Marielle Heller directs Melissa McCarthy in this story about a struggling writer who turns to forging famous letters.


“The Happy Prince” (Oct. 5), “22 July” (Oct. 10), “Goosebumps 2” (Oct. 12), “The Oath” (Oct. 12), “The Kindergarten Instructor” (Oct. 12), “Tranquility” (Oct. 19), “What They Had” (Oct. 19), “Johnny English Strikes Once Again” (Oct. 26), “Hunter Killer” (Oct. 26), “Overlord” (Oct. 26), “Suspiria” (Oct. 26)


“Nobody’s Fool” (Nov. 2)– Tiffany Haddish and Tika Sumpter play sisters in Tyler Perry’s funny.

“Bohemian Rhapsody” (Nov. 2)– A biopic of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, from director Bryan Vocalist.

“The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” (Nov. 2)– Disney’s extravagant live-action dream is motivated by E.T.A. Hoffmann’s initial story.

“The Front Runner” (Nov. 7)– Jason Reitman’s film is about Gary Hart’s scandal-plagued 1988 governmental project, with Hugh Jackman.

“Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” (Nov. 9)– An animated remake of the vacation classic, with Benedict Cumberbatch voicing the Whoville killjoy.

“The Woman in the Spider’s Web” (Nov. 9)– A reboot of the Lisbeth Salander thriller, from the fourth book in the series, with Claire Foy taking over for Rooney Mara.

“Great Beasts: The Criminal Activities of Grindelwald” (Nov. 16)– The second installment in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter prequels, with Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald.

“Widows” (Nov. 16)– Steve McQueen’s “12 Years a Servant” follow-up is break-in film, where the task in concern is carried out by the widows of 4 killed burglars.

“The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” (Nov. 16)– Joel and Ethan Coen’s six-part Western anthology movie for Netflix.

“Creed II” (Nov. 21)– Michael B. Jordan returns as the young Adonis Creed to fight the kid of Ivan Drago.

“Green Book” (Nov. 21)– Peter Farrelly’s roadway movie is about a Jamaican-American classical pianist (Mahershala Ali) exploring the Deep South with his white motorist (Viggo Mortensen).

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” (Nov. 21)– More damage, this time by method of a wi-fi router, in this “Wreck-It Ralph” follow up.

“Robin Hood” (Nov. 21)– Taron Egerton plays Robin Hood and Jamie Foxx is Little John in the latest variation of the Nottingham legend.

“The Favourite” (Nov. 23)– Yorgos Lanthimos’ drama is about two cousins (Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz) courting the favor of Queen Anne in 18th century England.

“If Beale Street Could Talk” (Nov. 30)– Barry Jenkins’ adjustment of James Baldwin’s traditional unique about love and injustice in early 1970s Harlem.


“Kid Eliminated” (Nov. 2), “The Opposite of the Wind” (Nov. 2), “Hooligan King” (Nov. 9), “At Eternity’s Gate” (Nov. 16), “Immediate Household (Nov. 16), “Second Act” (Nov. 21), “Thiefs” (Nov. 23)


“Mary Queen of Scots” (Dec. 7)– Saoirse Ronan stars as the Scottish queen Mary Stuart and Margot Robbie as her half-sister Queen Elizabeth I.

“Ben Is Back” (Dec. 7)– A long lost boy (Lucas Hedges) returns home to his mother (Julia Roberts).

“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (Dec. 14)– Parallel measurement Spider-Men collide in an animated alternate reality.

“Mary Poppins Returns” (Dec. 19)– Rob Marshall’s sequel to the 1964 initial stars Emily Blunt as the wonderful baby-sitter.

“Aquaman” (Dec. 21)– Jason Momoa’s undersea ruler gets his very first solo movie.

“Bumblebee” (Dec. 21)– The “Transformers” spinoff is a prequel to 2007’s “Transformers” fixated the small, yellow Autobot.

“Welcome to Marwen” (Dec. 21)– Robert Zemeckis’ dream stars Steve Carell as an attack victim who constructs a mini The second world war village in his backyard.

“Holmes & & Watson” (Dec. 21)– A comic twist on Arthur Conan Doyle’s investigators, starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly.

“On the Basis of Sex” (Dec. 28)– Felicity Jones stars as a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

“Roma” (Dec., undated)– Alfonso Cuaron’s semi-autobiographical black-and-white tale of a young domestic worker in the middle-class community of Mexico City’s Roma, embeded in the 1970s.


“Under the Silver Lake” (Dec. 7), “Mortal Engines” (Dec. 14), “Cold War” (Dec. 21), “Alita: Battle Angel” (Dec. 21)

Airline worker conserves teens from predator by '' trusting her gut impulses''.

(Meredith)– Airline company worker Denice Wonder is credited with conserving two teenage ladies from a human trafficking plot. She stated she initially observed something was wrong when the women approached the check-in counter at Sacramento International Airport with their bags, but no ID.

She told KOVR they were acting anxious. “I think the way they kept looking back-and-forth at each other like they weren’t actually sure. And after that they were texting somebody on the phone and that individual was

giving them answers. “After Miracle checked out their circumstance even more, she learnt the credit card utilized to buy the girls’ one-way tickets was under a different name. That’s when she notified cops.

“It was a superior ticket. It was really costly. I told a supervisor, ‘I’m going to call the constable. It simply does not feel right to me.’ It just did not feel right.”

Miracle’s sensation turned out to be right. The 15-year-old and 17-year-old women told authorities they met a guy called “Drey” on Instagram and he welcomed them to go to New York for a modeling job. They said he was going to pay them $2,000 to design in a video.

The women informed their parents they were remaining over night at a buddy’s house and prepared to fly to New York. Cops informed KOVR they had problem thinking the reality.”They were rather flippant about– no that cannot hold true, and I stated no, the airline states you have a one-way ticket and I said in my belief you’re returning there not to do the things that you believe you were going to be doing. And they said ‘I wouldn’t let anything take place that I didn’t want.’ And I said, well most likely you wouldn’t have an option in the matter.”

Authorities tried to look up the guy called “Drey” on Instagram, however his profiles were rapidly deleted. According to KOVR, authorities suspect this individual is an expert at befriending victims online and tempting them away.

Without Denice Miracle, Authorities stated the girls would have probably become victims. Deputies said her name actually matches her.

“She probably truly was their miracle that day whether they want to believe it or not.”

Lady gets away from sexual predator in west Las Vegas park

Surveillance image of sexual assault suspect near Desert Breeze Park. (Courtesy: Metro)< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/11/15395586_G.jpg" alt=" Surveillance image of sexual attack suspect near Desert Breeze Park. (Courtesy: City)"

title=” Monitoring picture of sexual attack suspect near Desert Breeze Park.( Courtesy: Metro) “border=” 0″ width= “180”/ > Security image of sexual attack suspect near Desert Breeze Park.( Courtesy: City ). Authorities are seeking the public’s help in capturing a sexual predator in west Las Vegas. Officers were contacted us to a company across the street from Desert Breeze Park, located near Spring Mountain Roadway and Durango Drive, at about 9:45 a.m. on Nov. 11 with reports of an attempted sexual attack.

A woman told authorities that she was jogging in the park when a man tackled her from behind. The assaulter then demanded her to take off her clothing while he attempted to manage her shorts.

The victim fought back and told the guy she had actually pay him if he would leave her alone. The suspect agreed to this, according to City.

The two then walked to a business across the street and the woman screamed for help, prior to withdrawing any money, and the opponent took off from the location.

Authorities explained the suspect as a man in his 20s, about 6′ high and approximately 170 pounds. He was last seen using a green and red beanie, a gray hoodie with black shorts.

Anyone with further information on this occurrence is advised to contact Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

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