Summer may be almost over, but that does not mean summer movies have to end. Plus, with the new slate of films due out in September, fans are going to have a hard time staying out of the theaters.
There is something for everybody in September, including blockbusters – “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” “The Transporter Refueled” – some frightening new horror flicks – “The Visit,” “Before I Wake” – highly anticipated indies – “Mississippi Grind,” “Black Mass,” – and even something for the kids – “Hotel Transylvania 2.”
Here are the biggest movies premiering in September 2015:
"A Walk in the Woods," Sept. 2
Last year Reese Witherspoon hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in "Wild," this year Robert Redford takes on the Appalachian Trail as Bill Bryson, a recent retiree at a crossroads in his life who makes the soul-searching trip with buddy Katz (Nick Nolte).
"The Transporter Refueled," Sept. 4
The show must go on for martial artist/courier driver Frank Martin, though Ed Skrein takes over for Jason Statham as Martin in the franchise's fourth film.
"The Perfect Guy," Sept. 11
First things will get hot, then they will get dangerous as Carter Duncan (Michael Ealy) seeks revenge against the woman (Sanaa Lathan) who ended their romance.
"The Visit," Sept. 11
There is nothing scary about going to visit your sweet, old grandparents in rural Pennsylvania, unless of course you are M. Night Shyamalan, who directed this creepy thriller.
"Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials," Sept. 18
Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) and the Gladers continue their fight against WCKD in the sequel to 2014's dystopian action film, "The Maze Runner." This time the journey takes them to a harsh, barren landscape known as the Scorch.
"Black Mass," Sept. 18"
The word is that Johnny Depp as infamous Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger is the actor's best performance in years. He sure seems on his game in the trailer. Plus, Benedict Cumberbatch with a Boston accent can not be missed.
"The Intern," Sept. 25
Director Nancy Meyers ("Something's Gotta Give," "It's Complicated") brings Robert DeNiro and Anne Hathaway together, but makes Hathaway the boss in this lighthearted comedy. Throw in "Workaholics" star Adam Devine and this one should get interesting.
"Hotel Transylvania 2," Sept. 25
Legendary comedian Mel Brooks joins the cast this time around to help Adam Sandler's Dracula teach his son how to be a proper monster. These monsters, though, will make you laugh.
"Before I Wake," Sept. 25
A young orphan is haunted by physical manifestations of his scary dreams in this nightmare of a film by "Oculus" director Mike Flanagan.
"Mississippi Grind," Sept. 25
Emmy nominee Ben Mendelsohn ("Bloodline") teams up with Ryan Reynolds in this underdog indie about two gambling addicts joining forces to play poker in New Orleans.
"The Green Inferno," Sept. 25
Remember when Eli Roth made "Hostel" and nobody ever wanted to backpack through Europe ever again? Well, now the horror director is taking aim at South America with the story of an activist couple whose plane crashes on their way to save the Amazon, leaving them to fend for themselves in Peru against a tribe of hungry cannibals.