Fandango Fall Preview unveils new images from Halloween Ends, Pearl, & more

The official Twitter account for the Fandango ticketing company just sent out a series of “Fall Preview” tweets – and in the process, they unveiled new images from several of the most highly anticipated genre movies of the year, including Halloween Ends, the X prequel Pearl, and Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry, Darling, among other titles.

They got the Fall ball rolling with a new image of iconic slasher Michael Myers from Halloween Ends, which will be reaching theatres and the Peacock streaming service on October 14th:

Then we have an image of Florence Pugh from the thriller Don’t Worry, Darling, directed by Olivia Wilde.

Here’s Mia Goth in the movie I’m most looking forward to on this list, director Ti West’s Pearl, a prequel to his film X (which was released earlier this year):

We have Sosie Bacon and a burning house in a new image from Smile:

And Nathalie Emmanuel in the Dracula-inspired film The Invitation, which (like some of the other movies on this list) isn’t even waiting for fall to officially begin before it heads out to theatres. In fact, The Invitation is being released this Friday, August 26th:

Another movie that can’t wait for fall to begin is Barbarian:

Prey for the Devil will be reaching theatres just in time for Halloween:

House of Darkness is only a couple weeks away:

Fandango wrapped up their Fall Preview with a look at a trio of foreign films, including Dario Argento’s Dark Glasses:

What do you think of Fandango’s Fall Preview? Are you looking forward to any of the movies on this list? All of them? Let us know which of these you’re most excited to see, if you’re excited for any of them, by leaving a comment below. Personally, I’m interested in most of them, but I think Pearl is the one I’m going to enjoy the most.


Source: Fandango

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