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Yes, the season’s biggest moneymaker by far will no doubt be “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” a sequel set in that much-loved galaxy long ago and far away. Not a test of moviegoers’ collective endurance — although maybe that, too — but a history quiz in which we’ll hopefully come out enlightened, educated, even entertained by true stories from the distant and recent past.
Screenwriter Dean Devlin (“Independence Day”) makes his directing debut. HUMAN FLOW A documentary about the worldwide refugee crisis, directed by the acclaimed Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.BATTLE OF THE SEXES The famous 1973 tennis match revisited, with Emma Stone as Billie Jean King and Steve Carell as Bobby Riggs. LUCKY The great Harry Dean Stanton plays a nonagenarian atheist who lives in the desert.Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (“Little Miss Sunshine”) directed. 6 BLADE RUNNER 2049 In this sequel to the science fiction classic, Ryan Gosling goes in search of replicant hunter Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) three decades after his disappearance. The happily unusual cast includes David Lynch, Ed Begley Jr., and James Darren (that’s right, Moondoggie).We’ve entered the starting gates of the annual movie awards race, though, and nothing so quickens the hearts of serious audiences and Oscar voters as the sight of famous stars playing real-life heroes.Most are heroes who are no longer with us: US Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in “Marshall” (star Chadwick Boseman completes his biopic hat trick, after previously playing Jackie Robinson and James Brown); Watergate’s own Deep Throat (Liam Neeson) in “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.” Gary Oldman’s Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour” is already being touted as a career peak.
At least one hero is local and still living: Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, played by Jake Gyllenhaal in “Stronger,” from eclectic director David Gordon Green, which opens Sept. Some could hardly be called heroes at all, What did Tommy Wiseau do to be played by “The Disaster Artist” star-director James Franco except make “The Room” (2003), widely held to be one of the most ineptly made movies of all time?