Hot on the heels of his top secret appearance during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics, Daniel Craig, a.k.a. James Bond, is making headlines again with the revelation of the heart pounding trailer for the newest film in the spy franchise.
The "Skyfall" trailer was released just days after the infamous spy parachuted into Olympic Park accompanied by Queen Elizabeth herself. While the Queen passed on signing on for the film, the trailer treats fans of the world's most famous spy to thirty seconds of non-stop action and glimpses of the newest bad guy and the newest addition to the iconic Bond Girl. The film hits theaters on November 9th.
While the trailer has gotten fans of the spy franchise buzzing, it is hardly the only big movie ready to pack theaters this fall. Here are some of the films that will arrive before the snow flies:
"Frankenweenie": Leave it to Tim Burton to bring Frankenstein to the pint sized audience! The master of oddities is back with his take on the Mary Shelley book in this black-and-white stop motion animated film. In the film, a boy named Victor brings the family pet back to life with the help of science and hilarity ensues. It arrives in theaters on October 5th.
"Alex Cross": Fans of the James Patterson book series will be treated to a new take on the sleuth in the upcoming Tyler Perry project. The funnyman takes over the role of the title character from Morgan Freeman who last played the detective in 2001's "Along Came a Spider". "Lost" star Matthew Fox takes on the role of the bad guy for a change in the film which was adapted from the twelfth book in the series titled, "Cross". The film hits theaters on October 19th.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2": The film's stars Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart may no longer be a love match off-screen, but that won't stop fans of the film series to flock to theaters to take in the final chapter in the "Twilight Saga". Despite the current cheating scandal surrounding the young stars, it is only a few months before they will have to put on their happy faces and hit the publicity circuit to support the film which arrives in theaters on November 16.
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