Fall Movie Preview 2017: Bring On the Oscar Movies, 'Blade Runner' and 'Star Wars'

From the studio's Academy Award hopefuls to superhero blockbusters, a 'Blade Runner' sequel to a brand new 'Star Wars'

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'All the Money in the World' (Dec. 8th)

After Ridley Scott left the Blade Runner sequel to another director (Denis Villeneuve), he focused his attention on this true-crime drama set in 1973. That's when tycoon J. Paul Getty (Kevin Spacey) first refused to pay the ransom demanded by the kidnappers of his teen grandson (Charlie Plummer). It was left to the boy's mother (Michelle Williams) and an ex-CIA agent (Mark Wahlberg) to work out a deal. Talk about family values! The moral quagmire at the core of this tale can be found in a Getty quote at the time: "I don't believe in paying kidnappers. I have 14 grandchildren and if I pay one penny now, then I will have 14 kidnapped grandchildren."

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