September 3rd, 2015
Even if you see only high-profile movies with Pittsburgh connections, you will need to set aside money for three tickets (and snacks) between now and year’s end.
October will bring “The Last Witch Hunter” starring Vin Diesel as a man cursed with immortality who has spent centuries hunting down rogue witches, while November will unwrap “Love the Coopers,” a comedy that looks as festive and busy as a vintage Christmas sweater. Will Smith’s “Concussion,” addressing thorny questions about brain trauma in pro football, will debut on Christmas and technically belongs to the holiday movie season rather than the fall, which starts after Labor Day.
“In My Father’s House”: Documentary about Grammy-winning rapper Che “Rhymefest” Smith reuniting with his homeless father in a quest to reclaim his Chicago neighborhood and discover his true self as a father and a son.