Fall 2007 Movie Preview: Watch Peter Travers Take on "American Gangster," "Sweeney Todd," Steve Carell, Tom Cruise and More

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Watch Rolling Stone's Peter Travers talk about the biggest releases coming out in the "freaky-deaky fall" of 2007 as Hollywood tosses aside its summer Nanny Diaries for serious, Oscar-contending work like the Coen brothers' No Country for Old Men starring Tommy Lee Jones and Javier Bardem and American Gangster, featuring Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe. Don't miss Travers' take on the rest of the bruality-themed fall lineup, which includes everything from David Cronenberg's gritty Eastern Promises to the six films focusing on Iraq or Afghanistan (like The Kingdom and Lions for Lambs starring Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep) to the season's bigtime comedies (Steve Carell in Dan in Real Life and Noah Baumbach's Margo at the Wedding starring Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Jason Leigh) to musicals (Johnny Depp in Tim Burton's bloody Sweeney Todd, the Todd Haynes' Bob Dylan film I'm Not There). And to read Rolling Stone's Fall Movie Preview — which includes a first look at Wes Anderson's The Darjeeling Limited and George Clooney's Michael Clayton, among many more films — click here.