The Leading Ladies of Fall

Your guide to the season's best films — by female star.

Your guide to the season's best films — by female star.
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Sandra Bullock

Film: Gravity

Gist: Astronauts Dr. Ryan Stone (Bullock) and Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) get stuck in space. That sums it up.

Expected release: October 4

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Gwyneth Paltrow

Film: Thanks for Sharing

Gist: Four sex addicts—including Adam (Mark Ruffalo), who is dating Phoebe (Paltrow)— undergo treatment for their condition. Pink plays the female addict.

Expected release: September 20

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Jennifer Lawrence

Film: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Gist: Katniss (Lawrence) played the Hunger Games too well, and now the Capitol is after her.

Expected release: November 22

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Rachel McAdams

Film: About Time

Gist: McAdams, star of 2009's The Time Travelers Wife, takes on yet another time-travel film, except this one is by the writer of Notting Hill and Love Actually.

Expected release: November 8

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Scarlett Johansson

Film: Don Jon

Gist: Horndog Don Jon (Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who also wrote and directed the film) tries to figure out whether sex with his girlfriend (Johansson) is preferable to watching porn.

Expected release: September 27

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Margot Robbie

Film: The Wolf of Wallstreet

Gist: Robbie plays the love interest in Martin Scorsese's take on the true story of corrupt stockbroker Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio).

Expected release: November 15

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Chloë Grace Moretz

Film: Carrie

Gist: High school outcast (Moretz) uses her telekinetic powers for evil after her peers push her buttons. Watch out! You never know when someone could unleash her superpowers.

Expected release: October 18

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